Less than two weeks before he climbs into the ring, Tomoki "Little Mexican" Kameda is stronger than ever and plans to provide a great show on May 7 at the Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium in Japan. Kameda, who is undefeated in the professional ranks, will be measured against Filipino Nathan Bolcio in a co-featured bout to his world champion brother Koki Kameda. The "Little Mexican" offered a public workout in the "Kameda Gym of Tokyo which was attended by dozens of journalists who witnessed the speed and strength of undefeated boxer from Asia.
"I've prepared pretty well, my physical condition is extraordinary, and I feel very strong and I think it will offer a great fight," he said. "I want to give a great performance to my audience."
Tomoki Kameda, who for trained three weeks in the Philippines, boxed three rounds with different sparring partners and had two rounds with mitts.