TOKYO (AFP) The father of Japanese flyweight Koki Kameda has escaped with a three-month ban imposed by the WBC for abusing match officials despite being slapped with a life ban by Japans boxing authorities. Shiro Kameda, who has two other boxer sons including World Boxing Association flyweight champion Daiki, was barred by the WBC from serving as a cornerman in its matches for 90 days, Kyodo News reported Wednesday. A day earlier, the Japan Boxing Commission banned Kameda, 44, for life for the same dressing-room outburst after a WBC title bout in Tokyo on March 27. The national commission stripped him of his cornermans licence and barred him from all bouts in Japan. It also decided to reject any application from Kameda for any other kind of boxing licence in future. In Mexico City on Tuesday, Kameda was questioned by World Boxing Council president Jose Sulaiman for 90 minutes about the incident following 23-year-old Kokis defeat to Thailands Pongsaklek Wonjongkam on points, Kyodo said. The world body earlier accused Kameda of tarnishing boxings image. Mr Kameda apologised very modestly about his mistake, Kyodo quoted Sulaiman as saying. The WBC respected the Japanese commissions decision, Sulaiman told Kyodo. Kamedas third son, Tomoki, 18, made his professional debut in Mexico in 2008 and often fights there. In the March 27 incident, Kameda was heard shouting at referee Guadalupe Garcia, WBC supervisor Edward Thangarajah and the Japanese commissions executive secretary Tsuyoshi Yasukochi. Kameda wrongfully claimed that the referee should have deducted two points from the Thai boxer for head-butting in the fifth round. The referee deducted only one point after telling Kamedas side by mistake that the Thai had deserved to lose two. Kameda also yelled at Yasukochi, who served as a WBC supervisor at the bout, telling him: You will know what happens if you make me mad. I will have your head. You hear me, stupid? He had already been indefinitely suspended from serving as a cornerman in Japan after he told his second son, Daiki, to fight dirty in his failed attempt at a world title in 2007. Daiki, now 21, was suspended for a year but came back to wrest the WBA version of the flyweight title by outpointing another Thai Denkaosen Kaowichit in Kobe in February.