Get ready for a thrilling showdown on July 13th with Jaron “Boots” Ennis!

Jaron “Boots” Ennis: “July 13th It’s Gonna Get Nasty.”

Get ready for a thrilling showdown on July 13th with Jaron “Boots” Ennis!
03 May 2024, 09:02 PM
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Jaron Ennis' Homecoming Fight

“July 13th its gonna get nasty,” IBF welterweight titlist Jaron “Boots” Ennis posted on social media Friday. Indeed, on that day the uber talented Ennis will be entering the ring for the first time in close to a year. The fact Ennis will be facing challenger Cody Crowley in front of a hometown Philly card that evening no doubt makes things even more exciting for the 31-0 world titlist. “I’m excited for my homecoming,” Ennis claimed in a Matchroom Boxing press release, “especially being the first to fight at the Wells Fargo Center, the biggest arena in Philly.”

Needless to say, Ennis is eager to impress. “I can’t wait to show out,” he added, “and put on a beautiful, dominating, crushing performance in front of my family, friends and supporters while defending and retaining my IBF World title in spectacular fashion. I’m ready to step on any and everybody that’s in my way!”

Canada's Crowley Seizes Opportunity of a Lifetime

Canada's 22-0 Crowley views the upcoming match as the chance of a lifetime. "A decade ago, I landed in Las Vegas with a vision of becoming a world champion, unshaken by the sport," he declared. "All that remains is to demonstrate to the world in the City of Brotherly Love that I am an undefeated champion, my determination is indomitable, and I will fight for those who are too afraid to step into the ring." However, Crowley emphasized that his ambitions extend beyond just facing Ennis.

"I will rise to the pinnacle of the world for my father," the contender affirmed, "whom I cherish and dearly miss, my homeland of Canada, and for global harmony, so that others do not have to undergo the same hardships. Nothing can shatter me. I am prepared for anything. The next chapter has already been scripted."

Eddie Hearn Praises Ennis as the Future of American Boxing

Matchroom head honcho Eddie Hearn, the fight's promoter, is eager to highlight Ennis as the future of American boxing. "I am delighted to arrange a homecoming defense for Boots," Hearn remarked. "Jaron is the upcoming American boxing sensation, and athletes with the full range of skills he possesses should be the main attraction in their hometown." Hearn also expressed his desire for Ennis to continue competing in Philadelphia.

"This marks just the start for Jaron in Philadelphia," he added. "A city that truly adores its sports, and with Jaron, they can proudly claim that their local hero is the best in the business. July 13 will be a monumental evening – we are eagerly anticipating our return to Philadelphia for the first of many extraordinary nights with Boots."