They Cannot Stop Jaron “Boots” Ennis from a Future Title Fight!

by Ken Hesner: Yaron “Boots” Ennis undefeated welterweight Philadelphia is the most dangerous boxer in the world today! He’s about to have a world title fight in 2022, and “they can’t stop him from having a future title fight!”

Ennis is the No. 1 candidate in the International Boxing Federation. At one point, he was the number one contender for USBA, and no one, including Lamont Peterson, wanted to fight him. So the vacant title went to No. 2 and No. 7, and the winner went to the FIFA world rankings.

This must stop now!

As per www.fightnews.com Ennis is WBA No. 3, WBC No. 6, WBO No. 5 and IBO No. 3. Ennis, 28-0 (26), should be his next fight in March or April on his usual Showtime promotion which should be His last fight before a rough fight for the world title in September.

Ennis should be in line to fight WBC and IBF World Title winner Errol “The Truth” Spence, Jr. 27-0 (21) of DeSoto, Texas, and Cuban WBA Super World Champion Yordenis “54 Milogras” Ugas, 27-4 (12), Miami, Florida, in the upcoming unification game.

WBO World Champion Terrence “Budd” Crawford, 38-0 (29), of Omaha, Nebraska, who stopped in his last fight in November 2021, former champ Sean “Showtime” Porter, who was a runner-up contender at the time.

Unbeaten Virgil Ortiz Jr., 18-0 (18) of Grand Prairie, Texas, ranked No. 1 in both the WBC and WBO and would be a perfect future opponent for the Ennis if he defeated WBO No. 3 seed Michael “The Problem” McKinson, 21- 0(2), from the United Kingdom, on March 19 at the Galen Center at the University of Southern California in downtown Los Angeles.

Ennis was coached by teacher Derek “Bozy” Ennis, his father, and is one of the best if not the best coaches in the world. His two other sons are Derek “Pooh” Ennis, 24-5-1 (13), a former Pennsylvania and USBA Lightweight Champion, along with his brother Farrah “Silent Storm” Ennis, 22-2 (12), the NABF Super Middleweight Champion.

Senior Ennis is also training for Southbow “new” Ray Robinson, 24-3-2 (12), who will return on February 26 from inactivity, last fight in June of 2019 with a tie decision against Josh “Pretty Boy” Kelly, of UK, After a win he lost to David Avenesyan now WBC No. 3.

Before that, there was another draw with Egidijus “Mean Machine” Kavaliauskas of Lithuania, who was later suspended by WBO champ Crawford in 2019 in December. In February of 2018, Ojas Robinson was suspended.

A possible alternative match for Enes would be with either WBA No. 1 Emmantas Stanis, 13-0 (9), of Lithuania, or WBA world champion Radzab “No Mercy” Potayev, 14-0 (11), of Russia . Other than these two, former WBA Super World Championship and WBC No. 4 winner Keith “One Time” Thurman, 29-1 (22), of Clearwater, Florida, and Saturday’s opponent Mario “El Azteca” Barrios, 26-1 (17), ranked, From San Antonio, Texas.

In his last fight with Ennis in October 2021, he knocked out Thomas Dolorem, 25-5-1, in 1:49 of the first round. In his other fight in 2021, Ines knocked out former FIFA lightweight champion Sergei “Samurai” Lebinets, 16-1-1, of Kazakhstan.

In his previous match, his 18th-round streak ended with no contender for the vacant IBO world title with Chris “The Heat” Van Heerden, 28-1-1, of Johannesburg, South Africa, at 2:39 p.m. The first round when he hits Van Heerden with their heads hit causing Van Heerden to be unable to continue after being hit by Ennis. He has not fought since. His previous loss was to Spence in September 2015, stopping nine straight wins.

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