September 25th 2010-Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, Japan
Daiki Kameda (17-1, 11) vs Takefumi Sakata (36-5-2, 17)
In 2010 we saw the final bout to feature former WBA Flyweight champion Takefumi Sakata [坂田健史] as he attempted to reclaim his title from the then champion Daiki Kameda [亀田大毅].
February 7th 2010-World Memorial Hall, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
Denkaosan Kaovichit (48-1-1, 20) vs Daiki Kameda (15-2, 11) II
In 2009 Japan's Daiki Kameda [亀田 大毅] challenged WBA Flyweight champion Denkaosan Kaovichit [เด่นเก้าแสน เก้าวิชิต] from Thailand. That bout saw Denkaosan retain his title by narrow decision and lead to a rematch the following year.
December 7th 2011-Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Tepparith Kokietgym (18-12, 2) vs Daiki Kameda (22-2, 14)
In 2011 Thailand's Tepparith Kokietgym [เทพฤทธิ์ ก่อเกียรติยิม] went to Japan to face well known Japanese fighter Daiki Kameda [亀田 大毅], in what was Tepparith's first defense of the WBA Super Flyweight title.
December 3rd 2013-Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Daiki Kameda (29-3, 18) Vs Liborio Solis (15-3-1, 7)
The Kameda brothers have been involved in numerous controversies over the years, one of the most significant was the one that followed Daiki Kameda's [亀田 大毅] bout with Liborio Solis. The bout, which was supposed to unify the IBF and WBA Super Flyweight titles, saw Solis fail to make weight and the Japanese fans, and boxing commission both felt frustrated and deceived after the bout by a decision from the IBF. It later resulted in the Kameda gym having their license taken and non of the brothers have fought in Japan since, in fact both Koki and Daiki have since retired from the sport.
December 26th 2010-Super Arena, Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Daiki Kameda (18-2, 11) Vs Silvio Olteanu (11-3, 5)
In 2010 Japanese fans saw "second son" Daiki Kameda [亀田 大毅] battle against Silvio Olteanu in a defense of the WBA Flyweight title, a title that Kameda had won 8 months earlier.
June 5th 2006-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Daiki Kameda (3-0, 2) Vs Yoppie Benu (6-5-3, 3)
Japanese fighter Daiki Kameda began his career with a lot of promise and by fight #4 he was seemingly a star in the making. Sadly whilst he was showing promise some of his opponents were less than testing, as seen when he faced Yoppie Benu of Indonesia, who had gone 0-4-2 in his 6 fights coming in to this one according to boxrec.com.
August 20th 2006-Bunka Gym, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Daiki Kameda (4-0, 3) Vs Wido Paez (3-1-2, 1)
The rise of Daiki Kameda wasn't the most exciting but at times he was really fun to watch, especially early in his career when he fought with an aggressive mentality that saw him hunt stoppages. It was during this stage of his career that he fought Indonesian fighter Wido Paez, a very over matched visitor who had no answer to Kameda's aggression.
Note-On screen graphic lists Paez as 18-4-3 (7)
December 20th 2006-Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo, Japan
Daiki Kameda (6-0, 4) Vs Mohammed Sadik (0-6-1)
Japan's Daiki Kameda is known for a number of things. He is of course known for being the second Kameda brother, following Koki Kameda, but he is also known for his singing after his fighters. That singing was on show following his short bout with the horribly inept Mohammad Sadik. Although the fight is a short one the video goes on and includes Daiki's singing, just for those who haven't him before.
Note-On screen graphic has Sadik listed as being 27-11-4 (11)
February 23rd 2007-Prefectural Sogo Gym, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
Daiki Kameda (7-0, 5) Vs Vicky Tahumil (33-0-2, 12)
When you see a record like 33-0-2 (12) you tend to get excited, especially when they are facing a 7-0 prospect. That was the case when a then promising Daiki Kameda faced experienced Indonesian Vicky Tahumil. Interestingly Tahumil went on to fight Zolani Tete, Veeraphol Sahaprom and Poonsawat Kratingdaenggym in 3 of his 4 subsequent bouts, all of which were future or former world champions.
*The onscreen graphic has Tahumil at 30-0-5 (9)
February 26th 2006- Pacifico, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Daiki Kameda (0-0) Vs Samart Sithsaithong (0-3)
In 2006 Japanese fans had the chance to see the debut of the second Kameda, Daiki Kameda, who took on Thailand's Samart Sithsaithong in a blink and you miss it bout.
Here we include some of the best, most interesting, most exciting or most eye catching videos from around the Asian boxing world.