According to Craig Daly, Jaron ‘Boots’ Ennis, the present interim IBF welterweight champ, is going for a blockage success over Roiman Villa in their approaching fight on July 8. Ennis is positive that he will have the ability to score a knockout against Villa, unlike his previous fight against Karen Chukhadzhian. Villa, nevertheless, will not pull back and will be aiming to trade power shots with Ennis.
The concern on everybody’s mind is whether Ennis will have the ability to stop Villa. Rashidi Ellis stopped working to do so in their fight last January, where he was dropped two times and lost by means of a bulk choice after twelve rounds.
The undercard defend the occasion consist of Yoelvis Gómez vs. Marquis Taylor, Edwin De Los Santos vs. Joseph Adorno, Euri Cedeno vs. William Townsel, Steven Torres vs. James Evans, Dwyke Flemmings Jr vs. Henry Rivera, and Ismail Muhammad vs. Parker Gregory Bruno.
Ennis is presently awaiting the result of the Errol Spence Jr vs. Terence Crawford battles to identify his future as the IBF champ. However, it is not likely that the winner of that fight will face him, as they both have strategies to go up to the 154-pound weight class.
In an interview with Fight Hub TELEVISION, Ennis mentioned that Villa is an excellent fighter however absolutely nothing unique. He thinks Villa is a pressure fighter who tosses wild shots without using a jab or defense. Ennis anticipates that Villa will encounter a great deal of shots which his power will shock and shake him.
Ennis’s objective for the fight is not always a knockout, however rather to have a good time, be sharp, and fight at his own rate. He wishes to make a declaration by stopping Villa and hopes that either the referee or Villa’s corner surrenders. Ennis thinks that when he does not search for a knockout, whatever forms naturally.
The fight will be transmitted live on Showtime at 9:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. PT.