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David Avanesyan Optimistic As 9/1 Underdog Vs. ‘Susceptible’ Jaron Ennis

9/1 Underdog David Avanesyan Says He’s Totally Assured Going Into Battle With “Susceptible To Being Hit” Jaron Ennis

Make zero mistake about it, it’s alleged to be the Jaron “Boots” Ennis hometown celebration present this Saturday evening in Philly. As followers know, red-hot future star (some say celebrity) Ennis will defend his IBF welterweight title in opposition to robust and skilled Russian David Avanesyan. And one take a look at the betting odds lets a struggle fan know why this struggle is considered by (nearly) all as a popping out celebration for “Boots,” this his first large struggle in Philadelphia and his first struggle there since 2018.

Avanesyan, 30-4-1(18) is presently listed as a 9/1 underdog. Regardless of this, the 35 12 months previous who has been in there with quite a few large names (Terence Crawford, “Sugar” Shane Mosley, a previous his greatest model little question, and Egidijus Kavaliauskas) is coming throughout as assured he can pull it off. Ennis, 31-0(28) and for some the very best welterweight on the planet now that Crawford has (maybe quickly) left the division, says he plans on doling out a beating, and he might properly achieve this.

However Avanesyan, who has been stopped twice, spoke to about the truth that, in his opinion, Ennis is “susceptible to being hit.” Ennis has but to be totally examined, the 27 12 months previous switch-hitter having regarded particular in numerous his fights, and most followers do see him scoring a KO win on Saturday.

Apparently, each males might be combating after having had a reasonably lengthy inactive spell – “Boots” final seeing motion final July, Avanesyan final boxing in December.

“He’s all-round superb however he’s susceptible to being hit,” Avanesyan advised The Bible of Boxing. “Why is [the inactivity] an issue? No drawback, I’m hungry. I simply need to beat him. It’s my final probability. Crawford is number-one on the planet for me. It’s a giant expertise for me, now in opposition to Ennis it’s a giant step for me. I do my greatest. I give every part to win this struggle for my household.”

Guys like Avanesyan are really easy to root for, and it might be a large ‘really feel good’ story if the veteran managed to derail the recent star within the making. It received’t occur. As a substitute, search for a gritty effort from the challenger, and a few extra particular stuff from “Boots” as he goes by means of his appreciable repertoire.

“Boots” to get the stoppage win inside eight rounds.

John Anderson
John Anderson
John Anderson is a seasoned sports journalist with over 15 years of experience covering the NFL, NBA, and MLB. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, John has worked with ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and The New York Times. His insightful analysis and in-depth reporting have earned him multiple awards in sports journalism.


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