Asian Boxing reports that former bantamweight champion and tremendous bantamweight title challenger Tomoki Kameda, out of motion for practically two years, will return to the ring on Could twenty second in Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan. The bout was initially scheduled for the fifth earlier than Osaka’s state of emergency, which also postponed the excellent flyweight title fight between Junto Nakatani and Angel Acosta, compelled a delay.
The 29-year-old Kameda (36-3, 20 KO) made three defenses of the WBO bantamweight title earlier than a pair of slender losses to Jamie McDonnell despatched him to 122 kilos. There, he defeated Abigail Medina for the interim belt en path to a conflict with world champ Rey Vargas, who soundly outboxed “El Mexicanito” en route to a unanimous decision.
You’ll discover I’ve averted mentioning Kameda’s opponent, and that’s as a result of it’s Hironore Miyake (9-10-2, 1 KO), who’s within the midst of a four-fight dropping streak.
Kameda’s all the time entertaining and nonetheless comparatively younger; even when he can’t safe a title on this shark tank of a division, it’s good to see him again in motion.