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Photos: Selcuk Aydin, Jo Jo Dan Make Weight For Battle

The weights are in for the big welterweight rematch which is scheduled to take place in Trabzon, Turkey on Saturday night. Welterweight rivals Jo Jo Dan (29-1, 16KOs) and World Boxing Council silver champion Selcuk Aydin (22-0, 17KOs) had no issues with the scale, as both boxers made weight for their anticipated fight. The first meeting took place 17 months ago, with Aydin winning a controversial twelve round split-decision in Istanbul. Two judges gave the fight to Aydin with indentical cards of 114-113, while Dan was well ahead on the third with a score of 116-111. Photos by Sumio Yamada.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Imatroll on 11-25-2011

Go Selcuk. Knock that gipsy out

Comment by Alx. on 11-25-2011

ionut got robbed in the first fight. WAR JO JO

Comment by any craic lad? on 11-25-2011

If Aydin can win and win impressively then he should fighter Zaveck or Bailey then if he geats past them go for Ortiz Berto winner although he would have to show a considerable improvement for me to give him a…

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