Watch: Floyd Mayweather’s Uncle Helps Young Female Boxer to Find Her Rhythm While Training on a Hotel’s Rooftop

Published 07/16/2023, 9:52 AM EDT

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Floyd Mayweather‘s family is full of talented people, and together they form the Mayweather Clan. They have established the legacy of the ‘Mayweather’ name over the years. This clan mainly consists of Floyd Mayweather Sr, the former Welterweight boxer, the former two-division champion, Roger Mayweather, and the former IBO Super Featherweight titlist, Jeff Mayweather.

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The man who’s made headlines this time is Jeff Mayweather, who’s had a great professional boxing record of 32-10-5. He now works as a full-time boxing and MMA trainer. Recently, his skills as a trainer came in handy for a young female combat sports athlete. The boxer gave her some pointers on how to find her rhythm.

Floyd Mayweather’s uncle gives a female athlete some boxing tips

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The ‘Quiet Mayweather’ has trained a lot of legends: Celestino Caballero, Sultan Ibragimov, and Floyd Mayweather Jr for some time. He was also the team advisor of the YouTube sensation, KSI, in his second bout against Logan Paul back in 2019. The man is definitely a brilliant trainer. His recent interaction with Meaghan Penning, a young MMA athlete, proves the same.

Mayweather was at a hotel rooftop to shoot a Youtube video with Master Ken for his channel, EnterTheDojoShow when he met Penning. The latter is a young fighter out of Albuquerque and currently stands at 231st in Women’s P4P rankings in the United States In a recent video uploaded on The Mayweather Channel, Jeff Mayweather can be seen teaching a basic boxing style to Penning.

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In the video, Jeff Mayweather talks about the importance of rhythm during boxing and starts his teachings with the southpaw stance. He educates her about a basic combination and movement, then goes on to teach her defensive techniques. Mayweather tells Penning how to defend a face punch, and body punch from the inside and outside as well. He also explained why defensive boxing wouldn’t be a great idea during street fights.

Although Jeff Mayweather doesn’t speak much, his immense knowledge about the sport comes through in the video. He’s the exemplar of a great trainer and has followed well in the footsteps of his older brothers. Recently, Floyd Mayweather’s father also taught boxing to a woman, just like Jeff Mayweather did in Master Ken’s video.

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A month ago, Floyd Mayweather Sr helped a 50-year-old woman, Erica, who wanted to celebrate her birthday at the home of the legendary 50-0 boxer, Floyd Mayweather Jr. From her punches in the video where she interacts with Floyd Mayweather Sr, it’s quite apparent that she’s a beginner.

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In the video posted on The Mayweather Channel, his dedication to being a teacher and mentor is evident. Even Jeff Mayweather was present at the venue. They made sure that Erica always remembers her lesson at the Mayweather Gym.

Despite being retired professional boxers, the Mayweather brothers are still active, showing the world that they’ve still got it. They’ve dedicated themselves to exploring boxing, helping new boxers along the way.

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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.
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