Dunno where the idea that Ennis is markedly larger than Clayton is coming from. Ennis is only about an inch taller, though he has about a four inch reach advantage. Plus, Clayton's the one who has spent more time at junior middle and middleweight in fights. There's regional bias on my part, but viewing this through as objective lens as possible, I'm still thinking more and more that this might be something of a trap fight for Boots. Clayton's slick, defensively sound, has good timing, and is a pretty sturdy guy. He tends to start slowly, but I don't see him getting blown out early by virtue of his defense and composure, and I do see him coming on as the fight progresses, since that's generally what he does in most of his fights. He's a very good second half fighter. Boots better be on point and tighten up his D, because if he doesn't, he's in a for a long and unpleasant evening.