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Unrest in Japan, Daiki Kameda is Still The IBF Champ
Several reports from Japan indicate unrest within the Japanese boxing press, due to a misunderstanding, in regards to IBF world super flyweight champion, Daiki Kameda, and his rights to retain his IBF crown and status as world champion - despite losing a very close split decision against former WBA champion, Liborio Solis, last week in Osaka, ... (more)
Ormond Beats Mathews: Butler, Smith, Maccarinelli Win
Stephen Ormond scored an impressive ten round unanimous decision over hard-puncher Derry Mathews to retain the WBO European lightweight title.
Photos: Solis Shocks Kameda: Tomoki, Takayama Win
Liborio Solis won a twelve round split decision over Daiki Kameda in Osaka, but there was no super flyweight unification because Solis failed to make weight on Monday.
Solis stripped of WBA title
WBA super flyweight champion Liborio Solis has been stripped of his belt after failing to make the weight for a unification title bout against IBF holder Daiki Kameda on Tuesday, the Japan Boxing Commission said.
Anchorage Daily News
At Osaka, Japan, Daiki Kameda vs. Liborio Solis, 12, for Kameda's IBF super flyweight and WBA World super flyweight titles; Tomoki Kameda vs. Immanuel Naidjala, 12, for Kameda's WBO bantamweight title; Katsunari Takayama vs. Vergilio Silvano, 12, for Takayama's IBF minimumweight title.
Vergilio Silvano Determined To Capture The IBF Crown
It will be the first title defense of Takayama who at one time was under the promotional arm of the famed ALA Promotions.