- Abdul-Somod Ayomide could be the next sensation in the boxing world in the nearest future
- The youngster who will clock five next month shows impressive skills in a short video clip
- MMA fighter Francis Ngannou shared the footage on his official Twitter handle
Cameroonian-French professional mixed martial artist Francis Ngannou seems to have discovered a new Floyd Mayweather.
The 33-year-old shared a short clip of young Nigerian boy Abdul-Somod Ayomide who will turn five in March showing impressive boxing skills.
Despite his young age, his movement and punches obviously show the boy has a talent that must be harnessed.
According to the information released by the MMA star, Ayomide and other prospective boxers train outside their house due to lack of proper gym.
The boy and his other students are being trained by his father probably somewhere outside of their house.
"I found the next @FloydMayweather his name is Adeyemo Abdul Somod Ayomide. He's from Nigeria and just about to turn 5 on March 23th.
"I spoke with his dad who coaches him and other students. They train outside since they don't have a gym."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Floyd Mayweather made a whopping sum of about $500,000 for every punch he landed in the boxing ring in the last decade.
According to boxing statistician, Dan Canobbio, a Compubox operator who analyzed data from Mayweather's 10 fights in the 2010s, the unbeaten American landed 1,833 punches resulting to all wins with two knockouts.
This means that Mayweather made an estimated $916 million from the punches he landed alone in the last decade as recorded by lifestyle magazine Forbes.
In another news, Floyd Mayweather stretched the biceps of his massive fortune after showing off his newly-acquired Rolls Royce Phantom dubbed "private jet of the road" to the enthusiasm of his ardent followers on Instagram.
The American sport celebrity remains one of the biggest names to have ever walked on boxing trajectory with the grandeur of championship, social prestige and the financial strength to prove it.
And usual of his extravagant personality, the 41-year-old retired boxer sets social media ablaze by bringing himself into the middle of a conversation with an eye-catching show of wealth.
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