- A Nigerian young boxer has warmed hearts on social media with his skills after a video of him sparring with his trainer went viral online
- The video was shared on social media by tweep with the handle @osaro_osula and sighted by Legit.ng
- Nigerians commended the boy's skills and pointed out where he needs to improve himself
A Nigerian boy has got social media talking after a video of him sparring with another boxer went viral on social media.
The little boxer could be seen in the video showing amazing skills and speed while sparring with his trainer.
@osaro_osula which was shared by tweep with the handle @osaro_osula has shown that Nigeria is home to numerous talents and the little boy is one of such.
@osaro_osula captioned the video:
"Please don't just retweet, we need to tag as much people as we can if they can get this boy out of this country. I can't believe my eyes."
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Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Tweep with the Twitter handle @iamsopade wrote:·
"The boy needs a better trainer. I think his awareness is good and of course his speed and recovery are top notch. Sadly, grassroots sport development in Nigeria is poor. I hope he gets the opportunity he deserves. RT."
"His movement (body and leg) is near perfect for sure. He needs a better trainer to work on his hands."
"Good stuff but the girl had a much better Jab. The boy will be dangerous in the clinch but from range he loses badly. However, he is young and can be groomed but great work."
In similar news, a video of an unknown young Nigerian boxer showing intense and speedy boxing skills made rounds on social media.
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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.
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