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Photos: Daiki, Tomoki Kameda Training Hard For Bouts

By Miguel Rivera

The popular Kameda brothers, Daiki and Tomoki, are training hard for their next bouts, which take place on Mexican soil. Daiki Kameda, the former WBA flyweight world champion, will return on the Canelo Promotions card "Cozumel Warsong" which is scheduled for the 24th of September at the Convention Center. Daiki Kameda, who has a record of 21 wins (13 KOs), with two defeats, will share the card with world ranked Mexicans Jose "Sugar" Salgado, Jesus "Destroyer" Jiménez and Oscar Blanquet.

For his part, Tomoki Kameda, 20, will return on the evening of October 15 at a venue to be confirmed. The "Little Mexican" is a WBC junior bantamweight champion and has not fought in Mexico in eight months.

Koki Kameda, the eldest, has won the most world titles so far.

Tomoki Kameda will share stage with world champion Janeth "Cuisillos" Perez and former world champion Yazmin "Rusita" Rivas.

The opponents for Daiki and Tomoki Kameda will be released soon.

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