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Kameda vs. Guerrero Ordered For Vacant IBF Title

By Rick Reeno

BoxingScene.com has been advised that the International Boxing Federation [IBF] has ordered Daiki Kameda (28-3, 18KOs) to face Rodrigo Guerrero (19-4-1, 12KOs) for the vacant IBF junior bantamweight title. Kameda has won six in a row since losing a twelve round decision to Tepparith Kokietgym in 2011. Guerrero has won three in a row since losing a twelve round decision to then super flyweight champion Juan Carlos Sanchez in 2011. Sanchez's belt became vacant this past weekend, when he failed to make weight for his fight with Roberto Domingo Sosa.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by cool-jupiter on 06-11-2013

[QUOTE=giacomino;13464733]Am sure they weren't going to set up Kameda in a fight for a vacant title he had a chance of losing. Kameda UD 12[/QUOTE] I guess your very right about it.

Comment by giacomino on 06-11-2013

Am sure they weren't going to set up Kameda in a fight for a vacant title he had a chance of losing. Kameda UD 12

Comment by giacomino on 06-11-2013

Am sure they weren't going to set up Kameda in a title fight he had a chance of losing. Kameda UD 12

Comment by elgranluchadore on 06-11-2013

yeah daiki is a bad style matchup. guerrero better bring his track shoes

Comment by lopez36 on 06-10-2013

guerrero can take a punch that's for sure,but he's not that fast and does get hit a lot,doesn't have that great power either,i think he loses a ud

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