Earlier today members of the press were able to see a public work out from former WBO Bantamweight champion Tomoki Kameda (32-2, 20) [亀田和毅], ahead of his March bout with Thai Mike Tawatchai (42-9-1, 25) [ไมค์เกษตรพัฒนา].
The talented Kameda spent time at the work out sparring with Japanese fighter Daiki Yoshimatsu (6-3, 1) [吉松大樹], a talented 22 year old, who certainly took a lot of lessons from the spar. Despite the spar being a lower level one for Kameda than he has had in the past, including spars with Leo Santa Cruz, it seemed to act as a good work out for the speedster who looked stronger than he has in recent times.
The whole spar saw Tomoki looking razor sharp from the off and it seems like his jab has improved under the guidance of older brother Koki Kameda, and poor Yoshimatsu was struggling to avoid pin point right hands from the 25 year old Kameda, who looked ready to make a statement.
Those from Kameda's camp seemed to be happy of their charge, observing that he looked faster and stronger than he had in the past, and it seems the move to Super Bantamweight is genuinely helping Tomoki become a more complete fighter than he was at 118lbs.
(Image courtesy of boxmob)
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