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Photos: Koki and Tomoki Kameda Train in Freezing Japan

By Miguel Rivera

WBA "regular" bantamweight champion Koki Kameda (29-1, 17KOs), and 21-year-old Tomoki Kameda (26-0, 17KOs), who fights at super bantamweight,  are training very hard in the freezing weather of Japan. Both fighters are looking forward to their first outings of 2013. Late last year Koki won a close decision over mandatory challenger Hugo Ruiz. Younger brother Tomoki fought four times in 2013 and stopped three of the four opponents.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by croz on 02-01-2013

[QUOTE=Fetta;12979529]I hear Japan, freezing, and training pics and the image of a Kill Bill fight scene pops in. Set myself up for dissapointment[/QUOTE] They should have set up a scene like that. Name another country where snow looks THAT good.

Comment by FuriousStyles on 02-01-2013

I know this cat isn't rockin the pink snow suit.

Comment by Fetta on 02-01-2013

I hear Japan, freezing, and training pics and the image of a Kill Bill fight scene pops in. Set myself up for dissapointment

Comment by Ray* on 02-01-2013

Bukakke right after training lol..

Comment by Hougigo on 01-31-2013

With all those body shot drills, I'll be surprised if any three of them are ever KO'd or even KD'd by body shots

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