- Young Nigerian boxer shows off boxing skills in Lagos
- The youngster flaunted swift and stunning prowess during one of his training sessions with his coach
- The unidentified young boy culd become one of the very best in the world if he continues with his development
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Video of an unknown young Nigerian boxer showing intense and speedy boxing skills made rounds on social media over the weekend.
The future world champion did not only show his prowess, but he was also all focused, throwing a variety of punches and jabs.
Dressed in a Barcelona jersey with blue boxing gloves, the unidentified youngster looked ready to devour his next opponent.
Nigerian rap sensation Vector-Tha-Viper shared the post of the boy showing unbeatable skills to overcome the world on his official social media account.
Meanwhile, another Twitter user, @QapoRidwan, commented under the post to identify the coach as TIPO.
He wrote in his post: "This is Ebenezer school in Egbeda....name of the coach Is TIPO so glad to see this here."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Abdul-Somod Ayomide Adeyemo may be a young boxing prospect, but for the 4-year-old Nigerian prodigy, the sky is the limit after he said that his dream was to become a world champion - a dream which has already manifested in him.
Dubbed as the new Floyd Mayweather because of his incredible punching power and natural boxing talent, everything about Ayomide clearly betrays his age.
The young boy was a delight to watch when he exhibited his boxing skills, and no wonder, Cameroonian-French professional fighter Francis Ngannou was left impressed at his rare show of talent.
Legit.ng also reported that Nigerian boxer Raphael Akpejiori has stated emphatically that his desire was to fight his fellow countryman Anthony Joshua in what would be a big duel.
The 29-year-old who was born in Lagos explained to SuperSport that he has what it takes to dethrone Anthony Joshua who was only defeated once in his career. Raphael Akpejiori who is now based in the United States has been unbeaten in his six fights so far winning all via knockouts.
4-yr-old boxer: I want to become a world champion | Legit TV