By Miguel Rivera
Tomoki "Little Mexican" Kameda continues to train very hard for his upcoming defense of the Youth junior bantamweight title (WBC) on July 8 at the Kyuden Gym in Fukuoka, Japan. Kameda (19-0, 12 KOs) will face Filipino southpaw Pumar Singwancha (8-1-3, 2 KOs) in the star.
"I feel very strong, and I'm ready to knock out my challenger," said the undefeated fighter who spent his entire training camp in Mexico City with coach Ruben Lira. Tomiki, the youngest Kameda brother at 19, will share the bill with his older brother Daiki, a former WBA world champion.
Daiki Kameda (20-2, 12 KOs) faces Thailand's Chatchai Monthon.