The World Boxing Association (WBA) Championships Committee approved the super bantamweight eliminator fight between Japan’s Tomoki Kameda and Venezuela’s Yonfrez Parejo, to be held on December 4, in Hermosillo, Mexico.
The bout promoted by MP Boxing Promotions and will have the Asian, who is ranked number 6, against the South American, who is ranked 10 in the pioneer organization.
They are two opponents of much experience and known worldwide. The bout will be exciting because it will bring a title opportunity for both boxers.
Kameda, 30, based in Mexico, has already been WBO world champion and has fought for the title several times. He reappeared this year with a victory after a two years of inactivity and he is looking for a new opportunity in his career.
Parejo’s case is very similar to the Japanese’s. The Venezuelan was also a world champion in the past, in fact, he fought Brandon Figueroa in 2019 for the WBA bantamweight belt. After that loss, the 35-year-old fighter has won his last two fights in a row and comes into this eliminator motivated to get another title shot.
Kameda has a record of 37 wins, 3 losses and 20 knockouts, while Parejo has 24 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw and 12 knockouts.