By Miguel Rivera
Daiki Kameda (28-3, 18KOs) and Rodrigo Guerrero (19-4-1, 12KOs) made weight for a second time, as they are eager and ready for their upcoming showdown at Sun Messe Kagawa in Kagawa, Japan for the vacant IBF super flyweight world title. The IBF requires a second weigh-in on the day of the fight [already Tuesday in Japan]. Kameda weighed in at 123-pounds, while Guerrero was 124.5. IBF President Daryl Peoples, Sean Gibbons of Zanfer, and IBF ratings chairman Lindsey Tucker were present.
The event is historical from several points. It is the first IBF championship fight in Japan in over 30 years. Daiki also stands to make history, as his other two brothers are currently titleholders. Koki Kameda is the WBA's "regular champion at bantamweight and Tomoki Kameda holds the WBO's title at bantamweight. If Daiki wins, it would make them the first trio of brothers to hold world titles at the same time.