Jaron Ennis is a rising star in the already stacked division at Welterweight. Hes 24-0 , 22 of those wins coming by way of knockout showing he has good power and the boxing skills to use that power effectively. As of right now he hasn’t faced anyone that can really test him but he has plenty of time to work with in his career. I’m glad that they aren’t rushing him as I think its important to gain experience in the ring before stepping up because once you step up a level you can’t go back down again.
Jaron Ennis has fast hands and isn’t afraid to let them go often punching in combination which for is a requirement at the top level of the sport. He has a good jab but sometimes when he gets comfortable in a fight he either abandons it for uppercuts from the outside or if he continues to use it he doesn’t put much snap on it and doesn’t pull it back leaving him open to a counter. Saying this I’ve watched where he uses this lazy jab as a method of baiting his opponents to open up so that he can counter punch their counter punch which shows how good his boxing IQ is at the young age of 22.
He has a good team behind him who are moving him along how fast they want him to go not how fast a promoter wants them to go or the fans. I see this as a good sign for his career though an increase in the level of competition in 2020 is warranted at this point. This will likely be his breakout year as he takes on better competition and I expect by the end of the year that he will be seen as one of the future stars of the sport alongside Devin Haney , Vergil Ortiz Jr , Shakur Stevenson and Teofimo Lopez.