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Luis Concepcion Angry: "Daiki Kameda is a Coward!"

By Aurelio Ortiz G, notifight.com

Luis “El Nica” Concepción is very upset that his Japanese counterpart Daiki Kameda officially renounced the WBA's regular flyweight. Kameda left his title on the grounds that he had trouble making 112 pounds and with this decision it rules out the chance for Kameda to face Concepcion, the interim champion, in a fight that would define and overall winner of that organization in that division.

"That Daiki Kameda is a coward. Saying that he's leaving the crown for not making weight is an excuse to avoid fighting me," said Concepcion.

Concepcion, who now looks to be the regular WBA champion of that weight, said that his next title defense could be in Japan in late February or early March.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Shadows on 01-05-2011

[QUOTE=hitking;9909927]I want to see Sergura move up to flyweight anyway. [B]Outside of a Calderon rematch, nothing for him at 108 gets me excited[/B]. And even a Calderon rematch doesn't get the juices realy flowing. It will be the same as…

Comment by hitking on 01-05-2011

[QUOTE=Shadows;9909879]I think that both Concepcion and Segura are dangerous fights for Wonjongkam at this stage of his career.[/QUOTE] I want to see Segura move up to flyweight anyway. Outside of a Calderon rematch, nothing for him at 108 gets me…

Comment by Shadows on 01-05-2011

[QUOTE=hitking;9909542]Wonjongkam is the real flyweight champ. Concepcion should be targeting him.[/QUOTE] I think that both Concepcion and Segura are dangerous fights for Wonjongkam at this stage of his career.

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 01-05-2011

luis should fight a top fighter that brings money then fight segura

Comment by hitking on 01-05-2011

[QUOTE=MXboxingfan;9909373]Luis Concepción should challenge Iván Calderón for the vacant 112 pound WBA title.[/QUOTE] Calderon is too small for the 108 division. No way in hell should he try and campaign as a full flyweight. But why not Sergura? I think…

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