Floyd Mayweather Starts Training Career Holding Pads

Floyd Mayweather started out his boxing training career holding the pads for none other than Orlando Romero who gave Ryan Garcia such a hard time in sparring less than one year ago.

Floyd looked sharp and slick holding the pads and he was in the right position to catch every punch perfectly as the American born Romero cracked the pads.

Romero himself is of Mexican heritage and is a big prospect in the Mayweather gym and he currently fights in the light weight division with 10 wins and no losses.

Floyd will certainly be looking to replace his late uncle Roger as one of the top trainers in the gym and it looks like we will be seeing Floyd in the corner for more and more fighters as we get back to action in the boxing ring after the pandemic.


Anyone who questions whether Floyd will be a good trainer should get their eyes checked. Floyds been around the game his whole life and this is just a natural progression for the greatest boxer of the modern era.

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Romero will look to replicates Floyd success as much as possible as TBE retired 50 and has looked sharp recently hitting the bags and training himself at 43 after what has been a difficult year for the champ.


We could see Floyd returning to the ring fighting this year once everything gets back to normal and


Aidan Lehane has been involved in the fight game for well over 10 and has trained in some of the leading boxing gyms around the world including Sinbi Muay Thai and MTK Global Marbella. He wants to offer as much advice to beginners and pros as possible.

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