Elite welterweight expertise Jaron Ennis seems to have a sky-high ceiling as a fighter. Having brushed apart the often sturdy Sergey Lipinets in simply six rounds earlier this month, the flashy Philadelphian is angling for one of many world’s best 147-pounders in his subsequent battle.
Ennis (27-0, 25 KOs and 1 NC) hopes a 2021 bout in opposition to the likes of former champions Shawn Porter or Keith Thurman will show his menace to the 147lbs division is a direct one as he targets a world title alternative on the finish of the 12 months or early 2022 on the very newest.
The good, 23-year-old switch-hitter seems a kind of uncommon abilities who is actually prepared for anybody.
“I can field, I battle on the within, I’m robust, quick, highly effective, all the pieces you want I’ve it and I’m nicely rounded in all the pieces. I believe on this division, they’re solely good at one factor or two issues, however I’m good at all the pieces,” Ennis instructed Brian Custer on ‘The Final Stand Podcast’.
“I need a prime three or prime 5 man (the Keith Thurmans, Shawn Porters, Yordenis Ugas) that manner it would put me in line for a world title by the tip of the 12 months or the start of 2022. I simply need all the good fights and battle all the very best fighters and that’s the aim.
“I haven’t proven the world my full potential, I’ve proven like 30%, 40%. I really feel like I actually haven’t had to enter my bag but to point out my full potential and in my final battle I used to be simply warming up and I find yourself getting a knockout.
“That’s the aim, battle the very best, work my manner up, I do know I started working my manner up, I do know they’re not simply going to select me and battle me and I respect it. I’m going to proceed to work my manner as much as the world title, hold beating all people they put in entrance of me and finally I’ll be a world champion. I determine it will likely be the tip of this 12 months or starting of 2022.”
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