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Aydin vs. Corley: More Details Regarding The Fight

By Per Ake Persson

As BoxingScene.com reported a few days earlier Turk Selcuk Aydin will face American veteran DeMarcus Corley on September 27 in Tekirdag, Turkey, in a fight made at jr welter.
 
This matchup caught many with surprise as there were indeed signed contracts for Aydin to take on Ignacio Mendoza. This became a done deal (contracts were according to boxen-heute.de signed before the show) when Aydin and Mendoza both won their respective fights July 27 in Cuxhaven on a Arena Box Promotion show. Mendoza won the vacant IBF jr welter title and his first defence would be against Aydin.
 
However, Mendoza has apparently since then made other plans will reportedly fight Viktor Postol instead. There have been no comments from his manager, Enrique Soria, Jr.
 
Promoter Ahmet Oener is happy about Corley as opponent though and feels he´s the gatekeeper at 140.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lutenco on 09-12-2013

Why AYDIN started at 30y to fight at jr.welterweight...boh??? Perhaps he will have a title shot,sooner or later!

Comment by MASTER1454 on 09-12-2013

[QUOTE=HanzGruber;13732745]1. why the fuk is chop chop still fighting 2. why the fuk is aydin fighting chop chop lol[/QUOTE] Answer to 1 - Chop Chop's $$$$ is chopped...... Answer to 2- so Chop Chop can get chopped, once again...... [QUOTE=nathan_nall;13733028]If…

Comment by Big_L on 09-11-2013

corley will fight anybody, anywhere. good luck to him.

Comment by nathan_nall on 09-11-2013

If that gate leads to an antique museum, then yeah... he's it. When I read the headline, I was really hoping to open the article and see that it was actually DeMarcus Corley Jr. No such luck.

Comment by CatchweightKing on 09-11-2013

1. why the fuk is chop chop still fighting 2. why the fuk is aydin fighting chop chop lol

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