Las Vegas – Vegas Sports Daily recently caught up with rising American heavyweight prospect Hasim Rahman Jr., son of former Undisputed heavyweight Champion of the World and newly-minted Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame inductee (to go along with the same accolade that he received in his home state of Maryland) Hasim “The Rock” Rahman. Rahman Jr was very candid in revealing his time table for making a run towards the title, and how his thinking runs counter to the sentiments of most when it comes to father-son training teams. Watch the exclusive interview to find out why he thinks that two generations of Rahmans can’t be beat.
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