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Former world champion Daiki Kameda is currently sparring with the Japanese Olympic team which is composed of fighters with very good technique and quick hands. Daiki is sparring for a project that helps train amateur boxers. “I’m happy to help boys who are just beginning to practice the sport of boxing,” said Daiki Kameda. The left-handed boxer is preparing to enter the ring on July 8 at the Kyuden Gym in Fukuoka, Japan, where he will change blows with Chatchai Monthon, from Thailand over ten rounds.
“I will be sparring with a young and fast boxer for my next fight,” said Daiki Kameda, who has a record of 20 wins, 12 by knockout, and two losses.
Daiki will share a billboard with his younger brother Tomoki, the current WBC bantamweight youth Champion. In fact, Tomoki “El Mexicanito” will defend his title in the main event and his opponent will be the filipino Pumar D. Singwancha.