By Miguel Rivera
The champion Tomoki Kameda, and his challenger Pumar Singwancha, had no issues with the scale. Both made weight for their scheduled fight for the Youth World Bantamweight Championship of the World Boxing Council (WBC). Tomoki weighed 53,400 kg [117.7-pounds], while Pumar was 53,500 kg [117.9-pounds]. Kameda and Singwancha will exchange blows at the Kyuden Gymnasium in Fukuoka, Japan on Friday.
In the co-headliner, former world champion Daiki Kameda faces Chatchai Monthon. Both weighed tha same, 53,500 kg [117.9-pounds].
"I'll knock him out," said undefeated Tomoki Kameda, which ignited the fans who gathered at the weigh-in which was supervised by the Japanese Boxing Commission.