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Having recently watch Pongsaklek Wonjongkam v Daisuke Naito I I decided to have a look at wait Naito has been up to in recent years.

Amazingly what I found was that Naito had been as busy outside of the ring since he first faced Wonjongkam as the Thai had been inside the ring.

TV, radio, advertising, books and most interestingly a single.

Released in 2009 Naito's single, a duet with Kato Natsuki, was used as the theme tune to "Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 4: Gekishin Dragon Warriors".

Although the "Sgt. Frog" (or "Keroro Gunsō") series is beyond me it's apparently a very popular manga in Japan which has also received some attention in the US. From the theme tune it certainly sounds like it could be a fun show and at the time of writing all 5 of the "Super Movie's" are available online with English subtitles.

For those interested in listening to the track, you can watch the opening of the movie-with the song, below, thanks to OceanxPlushie and my buddy @asianboxing.

 
 
As I've mentioned in a previous post I've been busy the past few weeks with other projects including an Asian boxing project. Whilst catching up on some recent action from the Orient I was "treat" to something shown on TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System).

In Japan TBS are the broadcasters behind 3-weight world champion Koki Kameda and his brothers (Daiki and Tomoki). Whilst Koki is certainly the most well known the other two both have their fans. Tomoki has really created a fan base in Mexico with his "Mexican" style whilst Daiki has created an unusual following thanks to his unusual post-fight celebration.

Unlike the big names in the States who call out their next opponent and big themselves up (see Adrien Broner's disgraceful interview after the recent Paul Malignaggi fight) Daiki has been singing to the fans.

Whilst we all know Manny Pacquiao has a reputation as a singer and Tyson Fury has also been trying to impress with his voice, Daiki has been doing his in-ring post-fight sing for years as this clip from 2006 shows.

We need to say thanks to togikame for unloading the clip