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Thomas Dulorme, Lenin Castillo Pick Up Stoppage Wins in Santo Domingo

Former world title challengers Thomas Dulorme (26-6) and Lenin Castillo (23-4-1) picked up much needed wins Friday night at the Coliseo Carlos “Teo” Cruz in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Dulorme entered the fight having lost three fights in a row versus the likes of Jaron “Boots” Ennis, Eimantas...
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Robert Brizel Editorial: Thomas Dulorme Appeal Highlights Danger of Rabbit Punches

Robert Brizel Editorial: Thomas Dulorme Appeal Highlights Danger of Rabbit Punches. Editorial By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent. Welterweight contender Thomas Dulorme’s appeal for a reversal to the Nevada State Athletic Commission regarding his first-round knockout loss to Jaron “Boots” Ennis is unlikely to result in the “No-Contest” outcome he is seeking, regarding their October 30, 2021 bout at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las, Vegas, Nevada. However, Dulorme’s appeal is a good argument for highlighting the dangers of rabbit punches, whether intentional or unintentional.
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Thomas Dulorme files appeal to overturn loss to Jaron Ennis, claims rabbit punch

Jaron “Boots” Ennis impressed virtually everyone with his October beating of Thomas Dulorme, but the Puerto Rican veteran claims foul play. Per a press release, he’s “officially submitted a letter to the Nevada State Athletic Commission” asking the fight be overturned to a no contest on the grounds that Ennis initially dropped him with a rabbit punch.
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Thomas Dulorme airs hematoma rabbit punch proof, eyes Jaron Ennis ND

After offering proof of a rabbit punch, Thomas Dulorme pushed the Nevada State Athletic Commission to overturn the Jaron Ennis result. The welterweight contender, who is 25-6-1, 16 KOs, has officially submitted a letter to the NSAC disputing the result of his bout against Ennis (28-0, 26 KOs). He claims...

Jaron 'Boots' Ennis crushes Thomas Dulorme, calls out division's best

Jaron "Boots" Ennis is a can't-miss fighter, and Saturday's performance was the best proof yet. The Philly welterweight needed less than two minutes to dispatch veteran gatekeeper Thomas Dulorme by knockout in the first round Saturday in Las Vegas, a PBC on Showtime co-feature. Ennis, 24, dropped Dulorme (25-6-1, 16...
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Jaron Ennis vs. Thomas Dulorme - LIVE BoxingScene Scorecard

WBA Welterweight Champion Jamal “Shango” James will defend his title against unbeaten contender Radzhab Butaev in a 12-round duel that headlines a night of action live on SHOWTIME Saturday, October 30 in a Premier Boxing Champions event from Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. (photos by Esther Lin)

Jaron “Boots” Ennis Scores 26th Career Knockout Against Thomas Dulorme

Rising welterweight Jaron “Boots” Ennis made an emphatic return on the undercard of Jamal James-Radzhab Butaev. In the opening round, Ennis struck Thomas Dulorme with a thunderous anchor punch that put him down. Dulorme was able to beat the count, but Ennis finish the job with a powerful pair of right hands before finishing the job with the left.
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James vs Butaev results and highlights: Radzhab Butaev scores stoppage over Jamal James, Jaron Ennis impresses with first round KO of Thomas Dulorme

During tonight’s Showtime main event Radzhab Butaev (14-0, 11 KOs) scored a big win, beating Jamal James (27-2, 12 KOs) by forcing a ninth round stoppage in a good action fight. Butaev came out ready to battle James with jabs, except Butaev was steadily targeting the body with his, and after a couple of rounds it was clear that Butaev was starting to do real damage downstairs with James’ body language languishing. Butaev showcased a new wrinkle in his game, spending a lot of time attacking James from the southpaw stance, landing a leaping right hand to the head of James.
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Photos: Jaron Ennis Crushes Thomas Dulorme in One Round

Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas - In a welterweight bout, Jaron Ennis (28-0, 26 KOs) got a sensation win with a first round knockout of veteran Thomas Dulorme (25-6-1, 16 KOs), who had suffers the third stoppage loss of his pro career. (photos by Esther Lin, Sean Michael Ham) Dulorme is...
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Boots Ennis Knocks Out Thomas Dulorme In First

Philly’s James “Boots” Ennis entered the ring at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas Saturday night to battle Thomas Dulorme in a scheduled 10 round welterweight affair broadcast live on Showtime. The 27-0 Ennis was looking to move on to bigger things, while the 25-3-1 Dulorme, who had lost three of his last five fights, was looking to make a comeback statement.
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Jaron Ennis Destroys Thomas Dulorme in One Round

LAS VEGAS – Jaron Ennis eliminated any doubt Saturday night as to the identity of the best young boxer in the world. The electrifying Ennis didn’t even need one round to annihilate veteran welterweight Thomas Dulorme in their scheduled 10-round fight at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino’s Michelob ULTRA Arena. Philadelphia’s Ennis (28-0, 26 KOs, 1 NC) dropped Dulorme twice and knocked out the native Puerto Rican in just one minute and 49 seconds in the second of three fights Showtime televised.

Jaron ‘Boots’ Ennis Vs. Thomas Dulorme: Odds, Records, Prediction

In Jaron “Boots” Ennis’ mind, you can forget the neverending discussion surrounding Terence Crawford and Errol Spence and who’s the better welterweight or if Spence could have beaten Manny Pacquiao like Yordenis Ugas did or if Shawn Porter can prove himself to be the best by taking down Crawford. It doesn’t matter, Ennis said. That’s because he thinks he’s the best welterweight in the world, and he apparently plans to show it on Saturday night. Here’s everything you need to know about Jaron “Boots” Ennis vs. Thomas Dulorme, including the odds, their records and a prediction on who will win.
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You Can Bet Your ‘Boots’ Jaron Ennis Is Ready For Saturday Night’s Fight Against Thomas Dulorme

In the seven years he has known Jaron Ennis, Stephen “Breadman” Edwards never has seen the unbeaten welterweight lose a round in sparring or in an actual fight. “Jaron is a nice kid who doesn’t curse or anything, but he’s very violent in the ring. Rarely have I ever seen him not get the better of two sparring sessions in a row. Jaron is an extremely talented fighter who is very consistent in every single fight of every single gym session,” said Edwards, who has trained former junior middleweight champion Julian Williams.

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