A Boxer With Unbelievable Skill – Jaron Ennis

Jaron Ennis is a hot topic when we talk about those who may become future stars of the sport of Boxing. At 23 years old, time is on his side, and with 24 victories inside the distance, power is too. With amazing knockout wins, skills and defensive displays to his name, we make this video to overview his career so far, in anticipation for what the future may hold when we talk about Jaron ‘Boots’ Ennis.

Resource Credits:

🎵 Music:
• Martin Calberg – Cross My Heart Hope To Die ‘oomie remix’
• Jon Sumner – Double Heist
• Remodal – It’s A Trap!
• Sum It – Used Cars
• Valley of Wolves – Outlaws

🎬 Visuals:
• Showtime Sports: https://www.youtube.com/user/shosports
• Alistair McDonald: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKLnfby8DEQt8mox0MZ3hCA
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in videos I also like to make epic poetic voice overs to hype up my audience for upcoming fights, by doing this I give my videos a unique cinematic feeling that’s original to my YouTube channel. I also like to compare two boxers who have an upcoming fight by listing their strengths and weaknesses, and what I think they need to do to win their fights. All in all, the videos I post here on YouTube are aimed to make learning fun with cinematic editing and authentic commentary.

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