Starting his career in December 2003 at the age of 17, orthodox boxer Koki Kameda has now been pro for 11 years and has built up a career of 33-2-0. Kameda now moves into the final stages of his career. The longest win streak that Kameda has ever recorded was between December 2003 and November 2009 when it totaled 22 wins. Kameda's longest KO streak is 7 fights long.
An explosive pro debut saw Kameda face Dennarong Sithsoba in a 6 round debut fight. Koki became only the 2nd person to stop Sithsoba shy of the full distance, stopping him in the 1st. Continuing on from his successful debut, Kameda continued his winning streak by winning his next 18 fights. In this time he fought and beat Juan jose Landaeta, Saman Sorjaturong and Marino Montiel to name just a few, fighting once in 2003, 4 times in 2004 and 13 times between 2005 and 2008.
Kameda then went on to fight and beat Noel Arambulet on November 26th, 2005 maintaining his unbeaten record. Kameda was the first person to stop Noel Arambulet and he did it in the 7th round via RTD. Fights against Daisuke Naito, Marino Montiel, Juan jose Landaeta and 10 others followed where he won all 13 fights taking his winning streak to 22 wins.
On March 27th, 2010, Kameda took on and was defeated by Pongsaklek Wonjongkam in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 22-1-0. Coming into the fight with high confidence Kameda fought his next fight against Pongsaklek Wonjongkam on March 27th, 2010. Unfortunately, Kameda was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 22-1-0. Racking up wins against Cecilio Santos and Alexander Munoz, Kameda went on to fight and win these next 2 fights.
Pushing his career further, Kameda fought Daniel Diaz on May 7th, 2011 adding to his winning record. Diaz was a worthy challenger but Kameda was too much and became the first person to stop Diaz via RTD during round 11.
Kameda kept his losses at 1 by beating David De la mora on August 31st, 2011. Kameda showed his superior boxing skills to become the first person to beat De la mora. The judges scored the bout in favour of Kameda by UD over the full 12 rounds. 6 wins followed where Kameda went on to be the 3rd person to go the distance with Hugo Ruiz, 2nd person to beat Panomroonglek Kaiyanghadaogym and 4th person to stop Mario Macias.
Omar Salado was Kameda's next fight on November 1st, 2014 and also the next win in his career via KO. This took his record to 33-1-0 showing a mainly successful career to date. The win happened in the 4th round of a 10 round fight via KO.
The next defeat of Kameda's career came against Kohei Kono on October 16th, 2015. This took his career record to 33-2-0. A blow for Kameda confidence, Kameda was taken the full distance by Kono and was handed a UD loss on the judges decision. A tough technical fight that leaves Kameda unsure on where his career will head next.