By Miguel Rivera
Japan's Kameda brothers - Daiki, Koki, and Tomoki - had a briefing at the Kameda Gym where they unveiled their goals for 2013.
Koki said: "One of our main objectives is to get that long awaited dream of Tomoki being a world champion, so we can go down in history as the first three brothers to be world champions and this happening will provide total happiness to the Kameda family in this 2013. For me, it is my position to continue defending my championship of the World Boxing Association (WBA) at 118 pounds and I'm ready to face any opponent who wants a shot at the WBA's title at 118."
Daiki said: "I want to become a world champion for the second time. And I want to fight the champion of the WBA super flyweight, Japan's Kohei Kono, so every day I have been preparing a great deal to reach the champion who I already know that I have the ability to beat for that belt, and for this we have to keep working inside and outside the gym - together with my team and my brothers. "
Tomoki said: "I want to be world champion in 2013, I have no problem fighting in any of the divisions. When one wants to be a world champion he has to fight under any circumstances. In my plans for this coming year is to challenge Carlos Cuadras. I want to have a fight with him, and hopefully he is not afraid to face a commitment of this magnitude and I know it would be a great fight between two undefeated boxers."