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“I Ain’t Gonna Lie He’s Snappy”: Post the Floyd Mayweather Sparring Drama, World Champion Shows His Admiration for Rapper Blueface

Published 05/27/2023, 6:05 PM EDT

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The renowned rapper, Blueface stepped inside the ring against the TikTok star, Ed Matthews during a celebrity boxing event on April 22. Blueface dominated the fight as the rapper thwarted his opponent with a salvo of blows, and one of those punches even knocked down Matthews. But by the fourth round, Blueface was able to break down every defense put up by Matthews and that’s when the referee decided that it was enough punishment for the social media influencer. Hence, Blueface was declared the winner by TKO. Well, before this bout, he was wished luck by none other than Mike Tyson.

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But Blueface isn’t satisfied yet, and he has decided he needs to do more. And recently, he engaged in a sparring session with the legendary boxer, Floyd Mayweather and he described it as “Sparring with Floyd in may weather“. Well, the boxing champion, Rolando Romero expressed his thoughts on Blueface as a boxer and as a person as well.

Rolly Romero gives his honest thoughts on Blueface

Rolando Romero went on Instagram Live with his fans, and there he was being bombarded with questions from his fans. And then one of the fans, exotic3dwin, asked Romero about his thoughts on the famous American rapper in the Live Chat. At first, Romero didn’t acknowledge the question but then later he answered it.

Romero said, “I ain’t gonna lie, Blueface snappy. I ain’t gonna lie he’s snappy. He’s snappy.


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And not only Romero, even his sparring partner, Floyd Mayweather praised Blueface for his boxing skills. And even gave him a free pass to the gym, and offered to help him improve his skills as his personal mentor. So, Blueface has started to get recognition in the world of boxing.

Floyd Mayweather’s honest opinion on Blueface’s boxing skills

After their sparring, Blueface caught Floyd Mayweather on camera, where ‘Money’ appreciated Blueface “putting in work” to improve his skills as a boxer. Then Blueface asked for Mayweather’s opinion on his boxing skills.


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To that, Mayweather replied, “You’re gonna be okay. But you gotta come to our camp, we’re gonna sharpen you up.” Blueface instantly agreed to that offer and promised Mayweather that he will also visit his gym the next day.


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Mayweather is working hard for his upcoming exhibition fight against John Gotti III, and for that reason, he’s sparring against various opponents. Well, Blueface was one of them, and to Mayweather’s surprise, he managed to impress him. What are your thoughts about Blueface as a boxer? Tell us in the comments section.

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Chirag Radhyan

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Chirag Radhyan is a Boxing Writer at EssentiallySports. He has authored over 300 articles and loves to talk about the animosity between athletes, leading up to a fight. His coverage of the off-court drama between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury received widespread appreciation from readers.

Edited By: Arijit Saha