Boots Ennis: “Crowley Is Going To Get The Beating Of His Life”

jaron ennis sends a strong message to team crowley

Jaron Ennis is looking to put a serious beating on Cody Crowley
Jaron Ennis is promising to seriously hurt Cody Crowley (Credit: Amanda Wescott)

Jaron Ennis Wants To Put The Hurt On Cody Crowley

IBF welterweight champion Jaron “Boots” Ennis (31-0, 28KO) has promised to inflict serious harm on challenger Cody “The Crippler” Crowley (22-0, 9KO) in a heated press conference.

On July 13, Boots and The Crippler will finally step into the ring after Crowley walked away from the fight back in 2023. Yet, his decision came at a price when Ennis was later elevated from interim to full champion. With the fight firmly set to take place, both sides got into a heated exchange of words in the press conference.


An upset Ennis issued a stern promise to on the challenger, after being called an email champion by Crowley’s manager

“He [Crowley] got to get in that ring, it’s going to get bad for him. It’s going to get nasty, you hear me…keep talking, he’s going to get the worst beating of his life, I promise you that.”

Jaron Ennis

It’s probably not a good idea poking at the undefeated Philadelphian, especially with Crowley’s below-average knockout percentage. In addition,he’s been sidelined for over a year since defeating Abel Ramos in March 2023.

Ennis has left several bodies in his path of destruction en route to becoming the champion. He rocked the boxing community by signing with Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing. Despite being out of the ring for almost a year, Boots is still viewed as the divisions next kingpin.

After such a heated press conference, Ennis is out to make a statement in his Matchroom Boxing debut.

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."