Enough amplfier?

I have a pair of Monarchy Audio SE-100 Delux Class A mono blocks. The specs are as follows - -
The SE-100 Delux is a single-ended Class-A monoblock amplifier that employs 8 matched power MOSFETs per chassis and can deliver 100 Watts into 8 ohms, 200 Watts into 4 ohms, and higher power into 2 ohm loads with forced-air cooling. A 450VA toroidal transformer with 60,000 MFD of filtering capacitance is housed within each precision-machined aluminum chassis.
Did not see a spec for current or damping though.

I'm considering having a pair of speakers built using the drivers, cross over from the Usher 8571, different cabinets. These apeakers are rated at 87db. I read comments that they do require considerable power to sound their best.

Can these amps power these speakers properly?

Thanks for your time and comments.
I don't see any reason why not. However, it will depend on the size of your room. Also, the furnishings,(does the room have a lot of overstuffed furniture, curtains, carpeting etc, that would absorb sound), and how loud you like to play your music. You obviously won't know for sure until the speakers are built and broken in.