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Who will win between Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes in their rematch?

Aldo. He's the pound-for-pound best and his first win over Mendes was no fluke. - 25%
Mendes. He would've won that first fight if he didn't get knocked out so early! - 75%
Neither. This fight will be a draw because both guys are equally skilled. - 0%

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