Photos: Tomoki Kameda Sparring Hard, Wants a KO Win
After ten rounds of boxing with two sparring partners, undefeated Tomoki "Little Mexican" Kameda said he felt very strong and believed he was in the best physical condition possible to allow him to secure a knockout win. Kameda is ready to defend his World Junior Bantamweight Title (WBC) against the Filipino southpaw Singwancha Pumar on July 8 at the Kyuden Gymnasium in Fukuoka, Japan. The younger brother of popular Kameda brothers, Koki and Daiki, he prepared himself in Mexico City under the supervision of his coach Ruben Lira, who like Tomoki is confident they will win by knockout.
Tomoki Kameda, 19 years old, won the belt in August of 2010 with a close decision over Jamoye Stephan. Older brother Daiki will also fight on the card against Thai opponent Monthon Chatchai.