Ennis Targets A Dominant Win Over Avanesyan

Jaron Ennis aims to dominate David Avanesyan in his IBF Welterweight Title defense on July 13.

Ennis has his first fight since signing with Matchroom in his hometown at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His last appearance in his hometown was in 2018, stopping Raymond Serrano. Boots enters the fight with a 31-0 record with 28 KOs. He stopped Roiman Villa last year in the tenth round.

He was meant to box Terence Crawford as he was the IBF mandatory. However, Bud chased the Errol Spence Jr. rematch, meaning he was stripped, with Ennis becoming the full champion. Ennis’ preparation was hampered since he was scheduled to fight Cody Crowley. But Crowley withdrew with an eye problem as Avanesyan stepped in.

Avanesyan knows what it takes to face Crawford. He was knocked out in round six when they squared off in 2022. However, he has had two wins since then. His last fight was a win over Serge Ambomo. This is by far Avanesyan’s biggest test. Both fighters know a win takes them a step closer to unifying, with a possible Mario Barrios fight, who has the WBC belt. Ennis wanted to give his fans a performance to remember.

“It’s a very big deal. This is the first fight at the Wells Fargo Center. It’s a blessing to be able to fight at the Wells Fargo Center….Like I said I’m excited to be back in the ring. That’s my main thing, being back in the ring, putting on a show for my friends and family. Throwing in a big statement with a big knockout. I’m going in to have fun and put on a show.“I really don’t care about what these other guys be doing,” Ennis said


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