by Miguel Rivera
The weights are in for Saturday's card in Cozumel, Mexico. Former world champion Daiki Kameda of Japan will make his debut in Mexico. He came off the plane and went straight to the weigh-in. Both Kameda and his opponent, Raul Hidalgo of Mexico, weighed 52,200 kilos [115-pounds]. Kameda (21-2, 13 KOs) vs Hidalgo (13-3, 10 KOs) will have the WBA's international super flyweight title at stake. Daiki, brother of Koki and Tomoki, was accompanied by his father Shiro Kameda. The card will be staged at the Convention Center and promoted by Canelo Promotions.
Also on the card, José "Sugar" Salgado, who will defend the NABA super flyweight against compatriot Ricardo Armenta, who both weighed 52,200 kg. Salgado (26-1, 23 KOs) was scheduled to change blows with the Ghanaian Isaac Quaye, who didn't get his medicals in time, so Armenta (15-6-1, 7 KOs) steps in on late notice.
Jesus "Destroyer" Jimenez and Carlos "Olympic" Tamara of Colombia are set to clash for the IBF's Latino title. Jimenez (33-7, 24 KOs) weighed 50,500 kg, while Tamara (22-6, 16 KOs) was 50,200 kilos.
Oscar Blanquet will face Panamanian Ricardo "Mathematician" Nunez for the WBA's Fedelatin title. Blanquet (29-3-1, 20 KOs) and Nunez (21-2, 18 KOs) both weighed 50,500 kilos.
Filipino southpaw Denver Cuello faces Sebastian Arcos of Mexico over six rounds.
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