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Jaron Ennis will face Thomas Dulorme on Showtime on either October 23rd or October 30th.

Jaron Ennis will face Thomas Dulorme on Showtime on either October 23rd or October 30th.

According to Max Schramm: A 12-round fight between unbeaten and highly ranked welterweight contender Jaron “Boots” Ennis (27-0, 25 KOs) and former 140-lb world title challenger Thomas Dulorme (25-5-1, 16 KOs) will be broadcast on SHOWTIME on either October 23rd or October 30th.

Ennis’ team attempted to entice many of the higher-ranked welterweights to fight Jaron, but they were turned down by the fighters. The always tough Dulorme, 31, agreed to step up to the plate and engage in combat as a result of this decision.
Jaron’s father, Derrick Bozy Ennis, told Showtime’s Stephen Espinoza that 15 fighters had turned down the opportunity to fight with ‘Boots.’

YSM Sports Media reports that Boots Ennis will compete for a world title in 2022. “We wanted the best guys, guys who were ranked 5, 6, 9, 9,” Derrick Ennis told YSM Sports Media. “With the IBF, we were really interested in the #1 guy [Kudratillo Abduqaxorov]. That would have put us in a good position, but I’ve heard he’s not interested in fighting.

“We were looking for David Avanesyan, Ugas, and Abel Ramos. We’ve set a date for the following year. Boots is going to fight for a title [at 147 pounds],” Derrick Ennis stated further.

According to a guy who is connected, it came straight from the horse’s mouth. He told us that we should fight one or two fights and then we could compete for the world title. As a result, someone is stepping down from their position. I’m not sure who’s giving it up, exactly. Someone is stepping down from their position.”

Derrick claims that they wanted to fight the best fighters at 147, naming Vergil Ortiz Jr. as one of the fighters they wished to face in addition to WBA ‘Super World’ welterweight champion Yordenis Ugas as one of the opponents they desired.
According to Mike Coppinger, Dulorme and the 24-year-old MMA fighter ‘Boots’ Ennis have verbally agreed to engage in combat.

Due to Dulorme testing positive for COVID-19 eight months before the fight, the fight was postponed until later in the year in December.

 

It’s good that Ennis is finally about to finish this match so that he can gain more experience and be promoted to the top of the rankings, which he deserves. That’s where he needs to be in order to be considered for a title shot.

A knockout victory over former IBF light welterweight champion Sergey Lipinets in the sixth round on April 10th in Uncasville, Connecticut, has put Ennis in a good position. Ennis put in a strong performance, dropping the normally steel-chinned Lipinets in rounds four and six of their fight.

Despite the fact that Dulorme has lost three of his last five fights, he still possesses strong punching power and could pose a threat to Ennis if he manages to get his hands on him.

Dulorme Has Suffered a Setback Lately
In the last four years, Dulorme has been defeated by Yordenis Ugas, Eimantas Stanionis, and Jamal James, among others. Dulorme has a strong chin, as evidenced by the fact that he went the distance with all three of those opponents despite losing by decision.

Terence Crawford and the now-retired slugger Luis Carlos Abregu are the only two fighters to have knocked out Dulorme during his professional career.

Dulorme’s most recent victory came two years ago when he defeated previously undefeated Terrel Williams by unanimous decision in the tenth round. The tragic fight between Williams and Prichard Colon occurred six years ago in 2015, and it ended badly for Colon, who suffered a brain injury during the contest, effectively ending his professional wrestling career.
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