Thailand's Pungluang Sor Singyu gave a big effort and had some success with Tomoki Kameda tonight in Las Vegas, but was knocked out with a vicious left hook to the liver, sending Singyu down in a heap and out, as Russell Mora stopped the count at six to give Kameda the win.
Kameda (30-0, 19 KO) was successful with his jab and his power shots, landing 54% (74/137) of his power shots over the course of the fight, and had a dominating edge in jabs landed. Singyu was competitive and very game, but once Kameda landed one of his trademark vicious body shots, the fight was over in an instant. This is a very impressive, very talented young fighter who will be back on U.S. TV. He's got the style and the goods.
Official scores at the time of stoppage were 58-56 Kameda, 58-56 Singyu, and 57-57. BLH had it 58-56 for Kameda when the fight was stopped.