Floyd Mayweather teaches NBA YoungBoy and Yaya Son Kentrell Jr. how to box
Floyd Mayweather began teaching his grandson, Kentrell Jr., the son of NBA rapper YoungBoy and Yaya Mayweather, his boxing secrets and how he remains an elite athlete.
He might not be walking yet, but that doesn’t mean he can’t learn to pack a punch, especially if his famous grandpa has something to say about it. In a short video clip posted to social media, retired boxer Floyd Mayweather can be seen walking backwards in oversized boxing gloves, having fun teaching his grandson Kentrell Gaulden Jr. how to train and train. throw a jab. The baby, who is still too young to walk, was held in front by an unidentified man who walked with him as the trio seemed to be having fun creating memories.
Boxing can indeed be a part of the baby’s legacy because his grandfather is not only arguably one of the greatest fighters to have graced the ring, but if DNA and Mayweather have something to do with it. , he’ll be in the ring once he’s out. layers. Mayweather has stated on several occasions that boxing has been a part of him since he was a child and that once he put on those gloves he never really considered another career path.
Described as arrogant, especially after May 2021 when he ranked as the greatest boxer of all time by pound for pound, Floyd Mayweather is a boxing promoter and former professional boxer. He was named “Fighter of the Decade” for the 2010s by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA) and, in 2016, was ranked by ESPN as the greatest boxer of the past 25 years. As an amateur, he won a bronze medal at the 1996 Olympics and later three United States Golden Gloves Championships in the flyweight, flyweight and featherweight divisions.
With a streak of wins and titles, Mayweather is one of the most decorated boxers in history. Now a boxing promoter, he still travels across states in America looking for new young talent, so after the video went viral fans said he won’t have to look very far because he may have local talent right under his nose. He and the baby’s dad, NBA YoungBoy, may even tie in with the music, as Mayweather himself is known to visit studios on occasion, and even created the rap song “Yep” in 2008 when he made his debut. stint in the wrestling world where he used as an introductory song for a match he had with wrestler The Big Show.
While some may confuse “NBA” with the National Basketball Association, the acronym has another meaning for the rapper. To him that means “Never Broke Again,” a mantra that he insists he will live and hopefully not die.
Born Kentrell Gaulden, NBA YoungBoy gained both fame and cult following after releasing a regular series of indie mixtapes over two years. In 2017, he signed to Atlantic Records and produced several Billboard 100 hits, including âOutside Todayâ.
Fans were happy with the male bonding session that unfolded, and while many questioned whether the man in the clip was Youngboy, others took it upon themselves to point out some of the conditions of his house arrest. Youngboy was released from prison on October 26, after serving seven months in prison. YoungBoy’s condition of release includes confinement to his Utah home, where he is being watched by law enforcement. So clearly, it’s not him in the video.
One fan noted, “With the aggressiveness of NBA Young Boy mixed with Floyd’s boxing skills, this kid is going to be a legend,” while another added, “Baby is ready for life in all its forms. “
Kentrell Jr, affectionately known as “KJ”, has been observed having fun with all the activity and the attention he receives. Although her grandfather was not dressed for a boxing workout, they had their play faces to make the baby laugh and stay engaged. Although he is only twenty-two years old, KJ is the 7th child of rapper “Bandit”.
By the way, these are the biggest boxing gloves you’ve ever seen.