Boots Ennis: I’m a dangerous man

Rising welterweight star Jaron “Boots” Ennis says he’s ready for former world champion Sergey Lipinets on Showtime Saturday from Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

“Whatever he brings, I’m going to be ready for it,” stated Ennis. “We don’t look at anybody as a stepping stone but this fight is going to take me to the next level. I can do a bunch of different things and my opponent doesn’t know how I’m going to come out. He just needs to know I’m ready and this is the hardest I’ve ever worked to get ready for a fight. I’ve been waiting for this opportunity for a very long time and I finally got a guy with a name and now it’s my time to shine and show the world my talent and show them that I’m not to be played with. I’m a dangerous man and they will see on April 10.

“Every time I fight, they always say it’s a step-up. And then when I do what I do, they say I need to fight somebody better. At the end of the day, I just work for myself and my family and my team. I’m just focused on getting better each and every fight and I just work harder and harder every time so I can perform to the best of my ability and show the world that with each fight, I’m getting better, stronger and smarter.

“Beating Lipinets would take my career to the next level because he’s a former world champion at 140 pounds and he fought a lot of top guys. Making a statement against him is definitely a whole different level and it would boost me all the way up the rankings. I feel like after this fight, it’s on to bigger and better things. But we have business to handle on April 10 first.”

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  • I read that headline to the melody of “dangerous woman” by Ariana Grande. I hope that was Ennis’ intention 🙂

  • First let see how he does against Lipinets to have an idea how he will against the real top guys at 147. If he does great with Lipinets, I think that a fight against Josesito Lopez should be the last test, before a title fight.

  • An unbelievably stacked division. Reminds me of the 90s with Oscar, pernell, Tito, quartey, Mosley, Jose Luis Lopez, Oba Carr, and plenty of others who could fight. Only difference is those guys fought each other. Hopefully they can make some big fights in this division. The talent is there, would be a shame if they didn’t.

  • Ennis is a confident young cat with solid physical skills. I now want to see his mental skills during a challenging moment(s).

    I want to see how Ennis reacts to a fighter who can provide solid pressure, solid inside fighting and solid punching. If it occurs, let’s hope Ennis does not mentally fold by excessive holding and/or by ineffective movement(s).

    I hope Lipinets can provide some challenges to Ennis because I know young cat Vergil Ortiz, Jr. will provide the previously summarized challenges to Ennis in a future scrap.

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