June 20th 2005-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Koki Kameda (6-0, 5) vs Saman Sorjaturong (46-7-1, 34)
Back in 2005 Japanese fans had the chance to see Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅] take a huge step up in class, as he battled against former world champion Saman Sorjaturong, who was well past his prime and almost 10 years removed from his sensational war with Humberto Gonzalez for the IBF and WBC Light Flyweight titles.
November 29th 2009-Super Arena, Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Daisuke Naito (35-2-3, 22) Vs Koki Kameda (21-0, 14)
In 2009 WBC Flyweight champion Daisuke Naito [内藤 大助] battled against former Light Flyweight champion Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅]
July 25th 2010-Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Koki Kameda (22-1, 14) vs Cecilio Santos (24-14-3, 14)
In 2010 Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅] suffered his first loss, losing to Pongsaklek Wonjongkam. In his first bout following that loss he took on Cecilio Santos.
April 4th 2012-Arena, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Koki Kameda (27-1, 17) vs Nouldy Manakane (24-10-1, 15)
The Bantamweight world title reign of Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅] was disappointing to say the least. In his 4th defense of the WBA title Kameda took on Indonesian visitor Nouldy Manakane. Incidentally Kenji Kubo would debut against Manakane just 7 months later.
May 7th 2011-Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Koki Kameda (24-1,15) vs Daniel Diaz (18-2, 13)
Back in 2011 Japan's Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅] made his first defense of the WBA Bantamweight title as he took on Daniel Diaz.
December 4th 2012-Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Koki Kameda (28-1, 17) vs Hugo Ruiz (31-1, 28)
Although Japan's Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅] is a 3-weight world champion few really regard his Bantamweight reign with much respect due to the fact that his competition, on the whole, was poor. One of the few exception to that was Mexican banger Hugo Ruiz, who fought Kameda in December 2012 for the WBA Bantamweight title.
December 26th 2010-Super Arena, Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Koki Kameda (23-1, 15) Vs Alexander Munoz (35-3, 27)
During his excellent career Alexander Munoz fought 8 times in Japan. He won the first 7 of those bouts before running into Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅] in 2010, more than 8 years after he made his Japanese debut against Celes Kobayashi
April 7th 2013-Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Koki Kameda (29-1, 17) vs Panomroonglek Kaiyanghadaogym (36-1, 19)
Japan's Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅] certainly had a memorable career as he became Japan's first 3 weight world champion. Sadly for him his reign at Bantamweight was very forgettabale as almost every bout seemed to be close and tough such as his bout with experienced Thai Panomroonglek Kaiyanghadaogym [พนมรุ้งเล็ก ไก่ย่างห้าดาวยิม].
September 16th 2015-UIC Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Kohei Kono (30-8-1, 13) Vs Koki Kameda (33-1, 18)
Earlier this year we saw history being created courtesy of the PBC who put on the first ever all-Japanese world title to be held in the US. The bout saw WBA Super Flyweight champion Kohei Kono taking on Japanese bad boy Koki Kameda in what was an excellent and highly anticipated bout. If you missed this one it's worth catching now, and if you saw it, you will likely want to watch it again!
March 4th 2009- Super Arena, Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Koki Kameda (19-0, 12) Delores Osorio (0-5)
In his 20th professional bout Japan's Koki Kameda faced the little known Delores Osorio in a stay busy fight as the oldest of the Kameda brothers continued to prepare for a long Flyweight world title bout, which would come 8 months later against compatriot Daisuke Naito.
*Note the graphic on screen lists Osorio as being 21-8 (19) coming into this bout.
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