Tomoki Kameda’s recipe for success
Tasty interim WBC super bantamweight champion Tomoki Kameda went to the Food Market in Mexico City, to sample the delights of his just desserts, won when the title was a stake on November 12 at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, defeating Abigail Medina.
Tomoki, who came to Mexico City at the age of fifteen to learn about Mexican boxing, was thrilled to win the belt of which he has dreamed, since beginning his career. He now built on that early promise, winning the WBC youth belt. And then more triumphs with the international, NABF, and silver belts.
The champion born in Japan, is considered a true Aztec warrior, as he learned and nurtured his boxing trade plus principles in Mexico with trainer Rubén Lira, who took him to the final of the famous amateur tournament “Guantes de Oro” where he coincidentally faced Rey Vargas…now the WBC super bantamweight champion.
With this title in his hands, Tomoki has become the challenger of Vargas. This will be a graduated fight that offers great expectation and anticipation. Kameda is absolutely determined to avenge that defeat.
Rey Vargas , who joined the conference via telephone, congratulated Tomoki telling him must make way to arrive at, and earn that fight.
WBC President Mauricio Sulaimán honored Tomoki’s Father, Mr. Shiro Kameda, who received the trainer’s belt, an award that recognizes the quality of exceptional coaches.
Mr. Kameda Is in the Guinness Book of Records for having developed three boxing champion sons at the same time.
Tomoki thanked the WBC, for this award presented to his Father, saying Dad has been absolutely fundamental and instrumental in his learning curve, culminating in success.