WBC super bantamweight champion Rey Vargas isn`t remotely interested in all the payback banter of challenger Tomoki Kameda, promising he`ll wade through the bluster to deliver a blockbuster cluster!
It`ll be July 13 in Carson, California, where Rey Vargas will defend his crown versus “Mexicanito” Kameda, the Interim division champion, in a rematch for the Japanese fighter, who lost when they fought as amateurs.
“The truth is that I don`t get hooked on what my opponent says or does. My only concern is to prove why I`m the champion and we have to show that against Tomoki or whoever my rival is,” Rey said.
Regarding his victory over Kameda in amateurs, he said that it can give a special touch to the fight, as well as a warning to him. “If I defeated you once, I can do it again.”
Vargas, who`s trained by wily Hall of Fame Coach Ignacio “Nacho” Beristain in Mexico City, will continue with his intense workload at the Romanza gymnasium and also at his home base of Otumba, to categorically prove he`s by far the best super bantamweight in the world.