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WBC flyweight titlist Daisuke Naito and challenger Koki Kameda at Friday's signing ceremony, which...

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WBC flyweight titlist Daisuke Naito and challenger Koki Kameda at Friday's signing ceremony, which Sportsnavi deemed "tense," with the two fighters making little to no eye contact. The title fight emanates from Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan on Sunday; TBS broadcast starts at 7:58 PM local time (5:58 AM ET).

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Daisuke Naito (35-2-3) defends his WBC flyweight title against Koki Kameda (20-0) on November 29th...

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Daisuke Naito (35-2-3) defends his WBC flyweight title against Koki Kameda (20-0) on November 29th in Tokyo. The bout comes with a backstory, as Naito defeated Kameda's younger brother Daiki in 2007, in a bout which ended with the younger Kameda lifting Naito up and slamming him to the canvas after being advised by the elder (in his corner) to elbow Naito in the face. HT: Sportsnavi

Daisuke Naito successfully defended his title against Xiong Zhaozhong, the first Chinese boxer to...

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Daisuke Naito successfully defended his title against Xiong Zhaozhong, the first Chinese boxer to fight for a world title. Xiong appears to have acquitted himself better than expected, knocking down Naito in the sixth, and keeping the scores close (114-110, 114-111, 113-111). Naito's a gritty fighter, but it surprises me that he's defended his title as many times as he has. Xiong was 12-1-1 coming into the fight, without much of an amateur background, and only had one victory over a fighter with a winning record. He does have an interesting back story though, growing up on a farm in rural China, moving to Shanghai to take up boxing. Hopefully, he can contiunue to improve and we'll get to see more of him.

According to a report on Japanese site Sportsnavi, the venue for the May 26th bout between WBC...

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According to a report on Japanese site Sportsnavi, the venue for the May 26th bout between WBC Flyweight Champion Daisuke Naito and Chinese challenger Xiong Zhao Zhong has been moved from Shanghai to Tokyo on less than a week's notice due to vague "problems which cannot be cleared." This certainly takes some of the shine off the fight - Zhong is the first Chinese boxer to challenge for a world title, and it would have been nice for him to fight in front of his countrymen. Now he's just an outmatched challenger trying to take the belt on the champ's home turf.

Norifumi "KID" Yamamoto and Daisuke Naito, the two stars of the 3-hour Martial Arts Festival which...

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Norifumi "KID" Yamamoto and Daisuke Naito, the two stars of the 3-hour Martial Arts Festival which will be aired on Tokyo Broadcasting System on May 26th did a combine public training at the Boxing gym which Naito belongs to, the Miyata Gym in Tokyo, in preparation for their fights. - from Nightmare Of Battle

Daisuke Naito looks on as Tomonubu Shimizu is counted out in the 10th round of their WBC flyweigh...

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Daisuke Naito looks on as Tomonubu Shimizu is counted out in the 10th round of their WBC flyweight title bout in Tokyo. Naito (33-2-3, 21 KO) retained the title, and was down on all three official scorecards at the time of the KO (84-87, 85-86, 85-87). (REUTERS/Michael Caronna)

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