Damn ! Boy is good 🔥🥊 pic.twitter.com/aNPyoj2rtT
— SirLAMPS (@Super_Spotter) September 6, 2020
The video of the young Nigerian boxer is again a clarion call for Sport Administrators in the country to look inwards in terms of breeding young talents in the country.
There’s no iota of doubt that Nigeria is blessed with abundance of raw untapped talents in Sports and almost any other field one can ever think of
Locating and harnessing those talents located in the nooks and crannies of the country remains the major problem.
Here are some reactions from the video👇
Nobody from this side will pick him up now and make him the world champion he is already,the moment a country in Europe or elsewhere picks him up and put him on world map,then Nigerians will start telling us how his great grand father boxed during the 1st world war in okitipupa😏
— $ingula👑👑💯 (@Officialsingula) September 6, 2020
By the time he eats Gbegiri and ewedu this speed would slow down that's why he needs to leave this country so he can eat good diet and good fibres to stay connected to his instincts… good lad but our greasy foods would ruin his chances!
— MARK 'Dsoulja OTABOR (@MarkOtabor) September 6, 2020
Young and talented.. Now is the time to catch them young, encourage and harness his potentials for optimal performance, with right monitoring and good training kits and facility, this lad can be a champion in the next 5-7 years. @SundayDareSD @trboxing @RolandAhotwin @dunteeto
— Special Head🇳🇬 (@waleshabie730) September 6, 2020
The boy and his trainer are good! Our criminal rulers come and sponsor ooo so as to reduce your curses from 9jas.
— Majiebo Aku (@AkuMajiebo1) September 6, 2020
The most logical thing will be to get him away from this country as far as possible. We will famz him when he starts carrying the Nigerian flag from Australia.
— Olóyè. (@oloye__) September 6, 2020