Bookmark Website  | Free Registration  | The Team

Boxing Champions |  Boxing Schedule |  Boxing Video  |  Boxing History   |  Pound For Pound  | The Wire |  Audio  |  Arcade
Aydin's Trainer Feels Selcuk is Ready For The Best at 147 - Boxing News
 
Follow BoxingScene
 
Advertisement
BoxingScene Archive
• Boxing Articles
• Boxing Interviews
• Breaking News
• Boxing Press Releases
• Boxing Results
• World Boxing News
Search BoxingScene

>>>Advanced Search<<<
                                                                                                                                                            ...............

 Last update:  11/11/2011       Read more by Arena Box         
   
Aydin's Trainer Feels Selcuk is Ready For The Best at 147
Mobile Version Share Click Here To Email   Search BoxingScene Database 

On November 26th WBC Silver welterweight champion Selcuk Aydin and Canada based Romanian Ionut "Jo Jo Dan“ Ion square off in Trabzon (Turkey) in a rematch of their 2010 title fight. The show is labeled as "Unfinished Business". Aydin won the first bout by controversial split decision. Now Jo Jo Dan wants to avenge his only career loss while Aydin wants to prove that he can not only beat Dan decisively but that he can knockout the slick southpaw. He winner will be mandatory challenger for WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather jr. No. 1 rated Devon Alexander will also watch the fight closely after he had already called out Aydin to a possible fight in the USA in January or February.

"This is a very important fight for Selcuk", comments his coach Conny Mittermeier. "Probably the most important one of his career so far. He has to win clearly. Of course, a knockout win would be ideal but you cannot force the knockout. We have to make sure that Selcuk controls his temper and doesn’t get hectical in case Jo Jo Dan survives the first couple of rounds. Selcuk has to stay calm and focused. He is working very hard for this fight and I am sure that he will win it as long as he keeps his focus."

In the first bout Aydin had Ismael Salas in his corner. They had done the training camp in Miami. "I can’t really comment on that because I haven’t seen it but from what I heard the preparation for the first bout was far from perfect", says Mittermeier. "I heard that they sparred with orthodox guys although Jo Jo is a southpaw. These are mistakes you just cannot afford in our business. This time wes et up a great camp here in Stuttgart. Everything is going smoothly and according to plans."

Aydin is sparring with fromer European amateur champion Khavazhy Khatsyhau and former US Olympic team member Demetrius Andrade (15-0) who is still unbeaten as a pro and who helped Glen Johnson to prepare for Lucian Bute before coming to Aydin’s camp.

"Selcuk looks excellent in sparring", says Mittermeier. "He has so much power and he is also fast and moving well. If he stays as focused as he is right now he is a force to be reckoned with in the welterweight division. I know that 147 is the hottest division right now with megastars Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather jr and people like Devon Alexander, Victor Ortiz or Andre Berto right behind that. I would be interested to see if these guys can handle Selcuk’s power. He’s a fighting machine and I’m sure that he can knock out every possible oppinent out there. But first of all we only concentrate on our work for Jo Jo Dan."

Tags: Selcuk Aydin , Jo Jo Dan , Aydin-Dan , Aydin vs Dan



 User Comments and Feedback (must register to comment)

comment by nycsmooth, on 11-11-2011
hope there's a different judges,all neutral... 1st decision was terrible...as soon as he steps up to someone in top ten, his little tyson mentailty gets him a beating...Dan has a better style to succeed, though I doubt either will win a world title shot...

comment by Rome-By-Ko, on 11-11-2011
[QUOTE=any craic lad?]It is the time to step up maybe Zaveck but i doubt when if he gets to the Ortizs and Bertos he will be good enough.A good performance against Dan might change my mind on how he would do but ultimately i think he is just not on the elite level[/QUOTE] I totally agree with ...

comment by vxrandall, on 11-11-2011
aydin was berto's mandatory for some time and never got a shot. maybe not a big enough fight for HBO/Berto but nonetheless he should have got a shot. if he comes through jo jo then he should get his due. but dude has gotta come outta turkey if he wants the dollar!

comment by any craic lad?, on 11-11-2011
It is the time to step up maybe Zaveck but i doubt when if he gets to the Ortizs and Bertos he will be good enough.A good performance against Dan might change my mind on how he would do but ultimately i think he is just not on the elite level

comment by Rome-By-Ko, on 11-11-2011
I would not have mind seeing him fight Berto or Ortiz tbh,how bout Jones or he could be Bradley's first fight at 147lb...But it's certainly time for this kid to step up already...

Post A Comment/View More User Comments (6) 

   
 Top Headlines
 Advertisement
 
 MMA Headlines
 
 Related Articles
  Adeniyi, Dilks To Collide in Li...
  Joshua McLaren Making a Quick R...
  Emmanuel Rodriguez Demolishes M...
  LIVE STREAM: Golovkin-Rubio, Do...
  Takashi Uchiyama-Israel Perez S...
  Joe Smith Jr.; Cletus Seldin Up...
  Jose Ramirez Faces David Rodela...
  Liam Williams: I'd Fight and Be...
  British Boxing: Ajisafe; Adaway...
  Algieri in Good Spirits, Traini...

 Latest Active Forum Threads
Latest Active Threads
 Advertisement

 


Advertisement



Privacy Policy - Submit News - Feedback - Site Map - Advertise with Us

Copyright © 2003-2014 BoxingScene LLC. All rights reserved.