Born on July 12, 1991 in Osaka, Japan. He is an undefeated Japanese Mexican boxer and the youngest brother of the two world champions, Koki and Daiki.
Tomoki Kameda, created history for his clan and Japan when he beat, WBO Bantamweight Champion Paulus Ambunda in his first defense. His clan were registered officially in The Guinness Books of Records because they are the first trio of brothers world-wide champions in the history of boxing.
Kameda in his amateur career he was training for the Beijing Olympics with a record of 35-1-1 in Japan, but he was to young to participate in the Olympics, instead of waiting he choose to turn pro. He was champion of seven regional and minor titles.
CEBU, Philippines — The WBO head office in Puerto Rico has named a panel of neutral officials for the title clash between bantamweight world champion Paulus Ambunda (20-0, 10 KOs) of Namibia and Japanese challenger Tomoki Kameda (27-0, 18 KOs) of Japan this Thursday (Aug 1) at the Waterfront Resort & Casino here in the City of Cebu, 1,000 Km south-east of the Philippine’s capital, Manila.
Ringside Judges are Thomas Miller of Ohio, Waleska Roldan of New York, and Carlos Colon of Puerto Rico. The referee is Mexican-American third man Raul Caiz Sr. of California and the WBO supervisor is Luis A. Perez of Puerto Rico. The WBO President Francisco Valcarcel, already in the Philippines, will be in attendance.
The Ambunda-Kameda fight billed as “BATTE OF THE UNDEFEATED” is a production of Cebuano promoter Rex “Wakee” Salud in association with Kameda Promotions and the Waterfront Hotel & Casino.