Clayton does sometime start slowly, so I imagine he'll be defensive and may drop some of the early rounds. But, since his defense is sound, and because he's pretty durable, I don't see him getting blasted out or overwhelmed in the opening stages. He's not going to be as open or accommodating as fighters like Lipenets or Dulorme. Ennis has never been past six, and Clayton likes to surge in the second half. The more I think about this fight, the more I kinda like Custio's chances. Wouldn't say that about every welterweight out there, but I do think he matches well against Ennis.