‘You Just Can’t Believe Your Own Hype’ – Jaron Ennis Gets Real Ahead of His Bout Against Sergey Lipinets

Published 04/06/2021, 4:00 PM EDT


Jaron Ennis is an upcoming boxing prospect, who has a fight aligned this weekend against Sergey Lipinets. Ennis kept an active stint in 2020, and this will be his first fight in 2021. The young gun is eager to make his statement in the world of boxing, and Saturday night he’ll look to give his best shot.

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Ahead of his fight, Ennis spoke to the Pug and Copp Boxing Show on his work ethic and mentality.

He said, “After every fight, you know I come home and watch the fight within probably you know a couple of hours and check out what I’ve done wrong. To me, I don’t think I ever give myself a good grade.

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And that’s how you’re going to be a great fighter and be around this for a long time. You just can’t believe in your own hype, you got to always stay focused, stay humble, stay your own lane.”

‘Boots’ is an undefeated boxing stalwart, showcasing a track record of 26-0. He has colossal power, and that’s predominantly why he’s crushed a whopping 24 of his opponents via T/KO.

The Pennsylvania native has transitioned to multiple divisions in his boxing run, but it seems now he wishes to storm to the top in the dynamic welterweight division.

With his unmatched prowess, Ennis is a sheer threat to any and every contender in the 147-pound division. Moving to the Saturday night bout, the young gun will look to solidify his resume by beating Lipinets to the pulp.

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Is Jaron Ennis on his way to becoming a hotshot in the game?

Jaron Ennis ranks among the most eye-catchy talents of boxing at present. He is one of those few boxers who has retained his ‘O’ until now and looks ahead to do the same in all of his following bouts.

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If he continues hammering his opponents in this current way, ‘Boots’ will earn a title shot pretty soon.

More than anyone else, he is hungry to get his hands on the world title shot.

That said, it’ll be interesting to see how he fares in his Saturday night bout against Sergey Lipinets.

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What do you make of Ennis’ aforementioned comments? How excited are you to see him perform this weekend?

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan is a Boxing Author at EssentiallySports. He is a graduate from the International Institute of Sports Management who combines his love for sports, particularly combat sports, and his flair for writing and analysis to help him in his day-to-day work. He has prior professional experience with sporting organizations such as Star Sports, Khelo India, and NBA.

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