Floyd Mayweather challenged to attend heavyweight boxing level by Peter Oboh

Floyd Mayweather challenged to attend heavyweight boxing level by Peter Oboh

January 19, 2019 0 By gospel

Floyd Mayweather challenged to attend heavyweight boxing level by Peter Oboh

Floyd Mayweather challenged to attend heavyweight…Former British and Commonwealth light heavyweight champion Peter Oboh has uttered mean words at Floyd Mayweather Jnr, the undisputed boxing lord who recently added to his victims a 20-year-old Japanese kickboxer, Tenshin Natsukawa.

Floyd Mayweather challenged to attend heavyweight boxing level by Peter Oboh

Natsukawa, who, prior to his combat with Mayweather on New Year’s eve, had championed all four of his MMA fights, was reasoned to be the main man that could break or disappoint the undefeated Mayweather’s status as one of the world-renowned boxers of all time fell at his feet in the first round of their much-hyped fight.

However, Peter Oboh who is also a former WBA light heavyweight is moved or impressed by Mayweather’s choice of opponents in his current combats. The British-Nigerian former boxer challenged the American never-lost-a-fight guru, thus stating;

“to stop deceiving the boxing world by taking on a reputable opponent that can give credibility to his acclaimed invincibility.”

This statement has the capacity to call for a fight to prove who is the “god” of the game. And as such, Oboh has even told Mayweather to move to the heavyweight class if he has no more fights in his current weight class. Which suggests he should prove his worth as the never-defeated boxer he claims to be over the decades. He further said;

“I seriously would suggest that either Mayweather retires from boxing to enjoy his fortune and give back to the society through great charity works and also support in the development of younger generation of sportsmen/women or if he desires to break the sporting record of all time, he should move up to the heavyweight and fight boxers like Anthony Joshua (WBA,IBF heavyweight champion) Deontay Wilder WBC heavyweight champion and Tyson Fury, former undisputed heavyweight. These three boxers are the most vicious and dangerous  heavyweight boxers alive today.”

He said,  comparing Mayweather’s fight against the infant Japanese as “boxing child abuse” lol!

Still feeling upset about Floyd, Peter mentioned;

“I truly believe that if Mayweather moves up to heavyweight he would never last up to 6 rounds against Fury, Wilder or Joshua. I know Anthony Joshua would likely not hesitate to knock him out.”

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