Jaron Ennis Says No One Calls Him Out At 147lbs

Jaron Ennis

Jaron Ennis says no one at 147lbs is interested in fighting him and no one calls him out anymore.

Ennis is looking to defend his title against David Avanesyan on July 13 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on DAZN. Although it is an opponent change, Ennis is still ready to fight.

“It wasn’t really too much of a change. It’s just another body in front of me. I am going to do whatever I do regardless,” Ennis told reporter Kayla Rivera (via BoxingScene). “It’s a blessing. I can’t wait to put on a beautiful show and make a big knockout statement. I can’t wait to put on a show and display my talent. I am ready. I am super-prepared. I am in phenomenal shape. I am ready to rock and roll.”

Heading into this fight, Jaron Ennis is the sizeable favorite, and he says this could be one of his last fights at 147lbs. He believes no one wants to fight him at this weight class and is ready to secure big fights.

“I’m not trying to be down here playing at 147 for too long,” Ennis said. “After this fight, I want to face everyone who has a belt. I want them all. I’ll fight anybody. I don’t care who it is. I’m going to do my thing regardless. I want to show the world my skills and abilities. I haven’t gotten into my bag yet. Nobody has seen the best of me. My advantage is everything. I can box and bang, fight orthodox or southpaw, have a great jab and defense. Whatever you need, I got it. I’m like a variety pack of chips.

“I am the only name that nobody calls at 147. I don’t think no man is scared of another man, but when you hear other people call everyone out, they don’t call me out. The only people that really call me out is somebody that’s irrelevant that nobody cares about,” Ennis added. “I want to have a great legacy and beat all of the best guys. I’m just getting started. I feel like I am getting in my prime. I know I can beat anybody they put in front of me.”

Ennis is 31-0, 1 NC as a pro and is coming off a KO win over Roiman Villa.

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