Tomoki Kameda Dominates Meraz, Captures NABF Belt
After twelve intense rounds, Tomoki "little Mexican" Kameda captured the NABF Bantamweight title with a twelve round unanimous decision over German Meraz in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. During the fight that there wer no knockdowns, although many good shots were thrown, and Kameda landed a lot of solid blows on Meraz.
Fighting at an average distance favored Kameda, who managed to land his fists effectively. The scores were 119-110, 119-109 and 119-109. Kameda raised his record to 18-0 with 12 knockouts.
In the co-feature, prospect Oscar "Mouse" Cortes continued his winning ways by knocking out Alexander Huerta in the first with a powerful cross that left him helpless on the ropes.
In other results, Paco Villanueva stopped Roberto Garcia in the second of a middleweight bout.
José "Pocholo" Osorio stopped Alexander "Smiley" Gonzalez, at super featherweight, in the first round with a powerful hook to the liver region.
Prospect Juan Alvarado and Jorge "Pylon" Lara picked up wins over Emmanuel Osuna and Carlos Avila, respectively.
[QUOTE=seal;10135691]Could we please stop hearing about these Japanese pricks. Who gives a ****?[/QUOTE] So ignorant.Comment by seal on 02-20-2011
Could we please stop hearing about these Japanese pricks. Who gives a ****?Comment by Pullcounter on 02-20-2011
cool... too bad his sparring mate got KTFOPost a Comment/View More User Comments (3)