Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by drenlou, Nov 21, 2021.
Or contender in your eyes. Trolls will be ignored.
Ortiz for me, he's mixed it with better fighters and has a good chin up til now but that can change if Boots still performs with tougher opponents.
Ennis is better, Ortiz is one dimensional
Thought you might be a troll since i seen new member under your tag but see a join date of 2015, so its all good.
explain this dimension.
Boots with the matrix sh*t
Ortiz cause he a tough sob
I can't pick lol
Out of the two I personally like Ennis, looks ready made a couple of adjustments to make but I could see him doing really well over the next few years.
Both look extremely good though.
Ortiz. I just trust he'll be able to do what he does more consistently as he faces better and better fighters than I am of Boots Ennis.
That said, they're both really, really good.
Currently? Ortiz and it's not debatable. He fought better competition and is up next for a ranked contender. Down the line? I think when they both peak, Boots will peak higher.
I agree with this.
Ortiz base on the competition he has faced.
I also don’t get how people say Ortiz is one dimension. He has good boxing techniques, decent speed , very accurate , and game changing power. I guess the KO means he one dimension ?
Ortiz has been in with if not better, certainly a more diverse range of boxers. Ennis has beaten face first plodders, but nothing else really. We really haven't seen him face a stylistic challenge yet.
We won't really know until Ennis steps up his competition level but right now I'd lean Ortiz.
ennis 2 best wins: a 36 year old former kickboxer, and a guy that has been down 9 times in his career (who he had to hit behind the ear to drop)
cool prospect bro
Jaron could have as much upside, but through now Vergil has shown more against the higher caliber opposition.
And he's got far more star potential, given his style and willingness to call out big names and seek challenges.