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Photos/Weights: Koki Kameda 117, Daniel Diaz 117.9

Osaka, Japan - WBA "regular" bantamweight champion Koki Kameda, and his challenger Daniel Diaz, topped the scales at the official ceremony held on Friday at the Hotel Nikko. Kameda, came in at a reported 117.9 pounds, while Diaz scored 117-pounds - both in their first attempt. This time there were no hars words exchanged as their battle will be held on Saturday night at the Prefectural Gym in Osaka. The WBA appointed an impartial referee in the ring: Mark Nelson (EU). And the judges will be Levi Martinez (USA), Dave Paris (England) and Tom Miller (EU). The fight will be broadcast in this country by TVS.

Also on the card, the youngest of the fighting Kameda brothers, Tomoki “Mexicanito” Kameda, will face Filipino boxer Nathan Bolcio.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by trazom_j on 05-07-2011

■Impression from Diaz This boxer is not at all in the level by which it can fight world title bout. He is very tall and reach is also long. But he's hand and foot speed is slow. He was loss…

Comment by Pullcounter on 05-06-2011

i need a stream for this fight

Comment by ksan on 05-06-2011

Man Diaz has a lot of reach advantage, but Koki looks a lot stronger at this weight, he's looking good. And GO MEXICANITO knock that fool cabron! :boxing:

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