Floyd Mayweather gets five-year-old fan on stage during UK tour and gives brilliant advice

Floyd Mayweather shared a touching moment on stage with five-year-old boxing fan Rocco during his Legendary Icon tour in Essex. Mayweather retired from the sport with a perfect 50-0 record.

Mayweather hasn’t been in the ring since 2017 when he TKO’d Conor McGregor in Las Vegas.

But on his tour in the UK, ‘Money’ has been talking in front of audiences about his career as a whole, including how he became one of the richest athletes in sports history.

At one point during his show in Brentwood, Essex, Mayweather spotted young boxing fan Rocco in the crowd and pulled him up onto the stage.

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Mayweather high-fived Rocco, who performed some shadow boxing for the crowd before being lifted onto the chair to listen to the legendary boxer’s sermon.

Floyd went onto talk about a potential boxing career for Rocco.

“Absolutely not,” he said after being asked whether he wanted his children to be boxers.


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“Remember I’ve talked about this before. I don’t know about you guys, but in my home, education is first.

“My children always knew that I’ve never wanted them to be like me, I want them to be better than me.

“Boxing is a lot of wear and tear on the body.

“If you look at a guy like Muhammad Ali, a guy that’s unbelievable, a legendary champion.


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“He opened up so many doors for people – his health throughout his career, I thought ‘I have to keep my defence tight’.

“I didn’t want to end up in the same position as Muhammad Ali, that can happen to anyone.

“Whoever Rocco’s trainer is, make sure he gets an education first.

“If he’s boxing five days a week, make sure he’s getting an education seven days a week.

“Education is more important.”

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