The former WBA Flyweight and Super Flyweight champion claimed his 6th straight victory since losing to Tepparith Kokietgym back in December 2011 by stopping the over matched Aaron Bobadilla (9-3, 7). This bout, at Bantamweight, seems to be indicating that Kameda will be looking to the 118lb division for his next title.
With Daiki's older brother Koki Kameda currently holding the WBA belt at Bantamweight it could well be that the two will attempt to become simultaneous champions in the division. Though this will be a tough ask with the other champions all being solid fighters it would certainly be an interesting target for the Kameda family.
The Kameda promoted show also featured 6 other bouts, all scheduled for the 4 distance. Those bouts saw stoppage victories for Ryo Shirakawa (5-4-2, 2), Yusuke Nakagawa (4-2-1, 3), Shohei Fujimoto (5-2-3, 5) and Masami Moriizumi (4-0-1, 4) as well as a decision victory for Masato Oike (2-0-1). The card also featured a draw bawteen Atsushi Komatsu (3-7-1, 2) and Hironaka Hachisuka (2-1-1, 1).
There was low profile action in Indonesia as Espinos Sabu (9-0-1, 3) and Marten Kisamlu (1-0) both claimed victories over debutants. For Sabu his victory came over Jack Langoadi (0-1) whilst Kisamlu beat Yani Benu (0-1)
And there was also actionin China. The details of what happened in Kumming are scare but what we do know is that there victories for Xiang Jing (4-3), Qiu Xiao Jun (7-2, 3), Yang Xing Xin (5-1-2, 4), Wang Xin Hua (9-6-1, 1)-who defeated the most recognisable name on the card in the form of Falazona Fidal (21-36-1, 7) and Li Yun Ting (1-4, 1). There was also a draw in a bout between Xian Wei Qian (2-1-1) and Neeraj Goyat (0-1-2)
In Britain, the Qatar born Abdul Barry Awad (14-0, 7), better known as Kid Galahad, became the first man to stop Ghana's tough Isaac Nettey (21-9-1, 11) forcing a stoppage in the 5th round against the former Commonwealth Super Bantamweight title contender.
In the US the often fun to watch Yoshihiro Kamegai (22-1-1, 19) suffered his first professional loss as he was thoroughly bamboozled by former "world champion" Johan Perez (17-1-1-1, 12). Perez moved excellently and landed some brilliant combinations as Kamegai struggled to get close and land his own shots suffering a nigh on shut out over 10 rounds.
Things weren't much better in Mexico as the gutsy Hiroshi Nakamori (33-6-1, 20) was stopped by multi-weight world champion Humberto Soto (61-8-2-1, 35). Nakamori showed his toughness but unfortunately he was too brave and was left with his left eye in a bit of a mess by the time of the stoppage. There was however a victory for the Mexican based Shoky Sakai (13-2, 9) who has been based in Mexico his whole career.
There was also a victory on international soil for Zhankhozh Turarov (10-0, 5) who stopped David Martinez (2-5-1, 1) in the Dominican Republic. This was Turarov's 3rd successive fight in the Dominicn Republic after claiming the Kazakhstani Light Welterweight title last December.