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Jo Jo Dan Eyes Joel Julio on Khan vs. Judah Undercard

By Mark Vester

Last week, boxing manager Chris Ganescu informed BoxingScene.com that welterweight contender Jo Jo Dan (28-1, 15KOs) is willing to face Joel Julio (37-4, 31KOs) for the right to challenge WBC champion Victor Ortiz. Julio recently returned to 147-pounds and challenged Ortiz during a BoxingScene interview. Dan, who is ranked #4 by the WBC, is willing to give Julio a shot to secure a top five ranking and get close to an Ortiz shot.

Julio is being positioned for a slot on the Amir Khan-Zab Judah undercard on July 23 in Las Vegas. Dan is ready to face Julio on the Vegas card.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by deadbeat hero on 06-02-2011

[QUOTE=RINGG;10634605]What about Selcuk Aydin who just beat Jo Jo Dan? The WBC going to bypass him the way they bypassed mandatory junior middleweight contender Angulo when they gave Saul Alvarez the title?[/QUOTE] I don't know, but I wouldn't complain if…

Comment by RINGG on 06-02-2011

What about Selcuk Aydin who just beat Jo Jo Dan? The WBC going to bypass him the way they bypassed mandatory junior middleweight contender Angulo when they gave Saul Alvarez the title?

Comment by onechance87 on 06-02-2011

Make it happen,Hbo should televise this.The winner could get a shot at mike jones,berto puto,And victor ortiz.

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