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Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan: Fight date, ring walk time, how to watch, undercard and odds

IBF welterweight champion Jaron Ennis puts his belt on the line in his hometown against David Avanesyan on July 13.

Here, we have all you need to know about the fight including how to watch, odds, undercard and fighter information.

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan date

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan will take place on Saturday, July 13.

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan start time

The July 13 boxing card in Philadelphia is scheduled to begin at 6:05 PM ET. As Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan is the main event, fans can expect the match to begin after 11 PM ET.

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan ring walk time

As Ennis vs. Avanesyan is the main event, the ring walk time depends on how long the preceding matches take to finish. Fans can expect ring walks for the main event to begin around 11 PM ET.

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan venue

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan will take place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The arena is the home of the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers and the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers. Ennis vs. Avanesyan will be the first boxing event at the arena since it opened in 1996.

How to watch Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan, streaming

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan will be streamed exclusively on DAZN.

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan title at stake

Jaron Ennis and David Avanesyan will fight for Ennis' IBF welterweight title.

Jaron Ennis record

Philadelphia native Jaron Ennis is 31-0 with one no contest in his professional boxing career, which began in 2016.

Ennis won his first five fights via knockout or technical knockout, with three of those finishes coming in the first round. He had his first unanimous decision win in his sixth fight, a four-round bout against Eddie Diaz in Philadelphia.

He followed up his first decision win with three consecutive knockout wins before picking up another unanimous decision win in his 10th fight, a six-rounder against James Winchester.

Ennis then finished his opponents inside the distance in 16 straight fights. Those performances got him a shot at the vacant IBO welterweight title against Chris van Heerden, but that bout ended in a no contest.

The Philly native bounced back with three straight KO wins, including his first-ever bout in Las Vegas in which Ennis knocked out Thomas Dulorme in the first round.

In January 2023, Ennis won a 12-round bout against Karen Chukhadzhian via unanimous decision to win the vacant IBF welterweight title. He retained the belt against Roiman Villa via 10th-round knockout in July 2023.

David Avanesyan record

David Avanesyan began his professional career in 2009. His first six fights all went the distance, and he won five of them.

He lost his second-ever pro bout, but it should be noted his first three bouts took place within a three-month span.

After that loss, Avanesyan won 12 consecutive fights between 2009 and 2012. The streak ended with a draw against Aslanbek Kozaev in a 12-round bout for the WBC Baltic and WBC-CISBB welterweight titles.

Avanesyan followed the draw with a nine-fight winning streak, during which he won the WBC Baltic welterweight title and the WBA interim welterweight title. During that span which stretched from 2013 to 2016, he fought outside of his native Russia for the first time, beating Laszlo Fazekas in Liverpool, England.

In February 2017, Avanesyan lost the WBA welterweight title to Lamont Peterson in Cincinnati, Ohio. He followed that with a decision win over Serge Ambomo in England, but then he lost to Egidijus Kavaliauskas via TKO for the WBC-NABF welterweight belt.

Avanesyan's next fight was against Kerman Lejarraga for the European welterweight title, and he won via ninth-round TKO. He won the rematch sixth months later via first-round TKO.

He has successfully retained the European welterweight title four times since the rematch against Lejarraga. He lost his most recent fight against Terence Crawford via sixth-round KO, but held onto his European title as that bout was for Crawford's WBO welterweight belt.

Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan odds

Jaron Ennis

David Avanesyan

Money Line



Win by KO, TKO or DQ



Win by Decision or Technical Decision



Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan full card

  • Jaron Ennis vs. David Avanesyan; for Ennis' IBF welterweight title
  • Skye Nicolson vs. Dyana Vargas; for Nicolson's WBC women's featherweight title
  • Henry Lebron vs. Christopher Diaz-Velez
  • Jalil Major Hackett vs. Peter Dobson
  • Khalil Coe vs. Manuel Gallegos

Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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