Boots Ennis: I’m coming for all the belts

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Exciting unbeaten welterweight Jaron “Boots” Ennis will look to make it 26 knockouts in 28 fights when he faces Thomas Dulorme in a 10-rounder on Showtime October 30 in Las Vegas. Ennis is currently ranked IBF #3, WBO and WBA #5 and WBC #8 at 147 pounds, and he believes that a title shot isn’t far away. He sees Dulorme as just another obstacle in the way of reaching his ultimate goal.

“Dulorme is a good fighter and I don’t take anything away from him,” Ennis said. “He’s fought a lot of great guys, world champions, but I’m on a different level right now. I’m coming to take over the welterweight division and he’s in my way. He’s got to go. I’m coming for all the belts.”

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  • How about crawford next? Well, after Porter. Something tells me Crawford wants no part of this hungry lion!

    • He’s not proven at the world class level. Regardless of the sanctioning bodies ranking. The champions don’t gain anything beating someone who hasn’t earned his rank but grief that he wasn’t ready.

  • Another overhyped and protected African-American fighter…lmao…let Boots go after Vergil Ortiz next, so he can expose him…this kid is very good.

  • The Ortiz vs. Ennis trains will collide in due time, and I can’t wait for that explosion.

  • Problem is that Boots is still fighting the same level of opposition. Whereas Ortiz has moved on to fight live contenders with championship mentality. Beating former champion Hooker and live Kavaliauskas shows he’s ready to move on to challenge for a title. Beating limited Lipinets and no hope Dulorme doesn’t do much for him but add another comfortable clear cut victory to his resume. Both have started the same year and both have been groomed differently.

    • I agree with you about Dulorme, I’m actually disappointed that’s his next opponent. But I think Lipinets was a decent one. Former world champion who’d never been stopped and had only loss to Garcia. I think he’s as good of an opponent as anyone Ortiz has fought, at least on paper.

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