Jamie McDonnell in line to face Tomoki Kameda

Jamie McDonnell celebrates his victory over Tabttimdaeng Na Rachawat during their WBA World Bantamweight Championship bout at Wembley Stadium on May 31, 2014
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British bantamweight Jamie McDonnell will face Tomoki Kameda in a world title unification clash should he overcome Walberto Ramos on November 22.

WBA bantamweight champion Jamie McDonnell will compete in a world title unification clash if he can defend his title against Walberto Ramos.

McDonnell stopped Tabtimdaeng Na Rachawat to win the vacant belt at Wembley Stadium earlier this year, and he will hope to mark his first defence with a convincing win against Ramos on November 22.

If the 28-year-old can come through that bout, promoter Eddie Hearn has lined up a showdown with WBO title holder Tomoki Kameda in the United States next year.

McDonnell has 24 wins from 27 professional matches, while Japanese boxer Kameda is unbeaten in 30 fights

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