Abreu-Ennis could steal the show

Upset-minded welterweight Juan “Merengue” Carlos Abreu (23-5-1,21 KOs) has vowed to use his experience advantage against world rated Jaron “Boots” Ennis (25-0, 23 KOs), who has knocked out his last 15 opponents in a row, when they fight this Saturday night on SHOWTIME live from a “closed” Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. Both fighters are big punchers and Abreu has never been stopped.

“I thank God, my family, and my team – Reyes Boxing and Hector Bermudez – for this opportunity to show my skills against a great fighter,” Abreu said after his workout at Salem Fitness Center.

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  • Thus far, Ennis can efficiently handle a clean outside fight. However, I need to see if Ennis can efficiently handle a physical fight under an opponent’s inside pressure/inside body punching. I also want to make sure Ennis has a decent-good chin.

    I have high hopes for Ennis at 147.

  • Ennis could be the best Welterweight in the world. He needs to get with Al Haymon now.

  • Abreu is no joke, I thought he beat Crawford’s last opponent Egidijus Kavaliauskas. He took alot of bombs and landed alot on Kavaliauskas too.
    This fight is a good test for Ennis.

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