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2:06 KG to step up ao top acid ?! You should loose your sponsorship for that !
Very nice! Spanish people is getting the top! So sick to see young kids in streets, keep it up!
that was pretty sick!
Serious question here – Are sponsorships based off where in the world you live to fuel blading promotion in certain areas?
This guy is pretty good i’m no hater but I know alot of people better than this who aren’t sponsored who would love to be.
He is improves everyday, nice to see that he is on AM! He is our Wake Schepman there in Spain!
AM, seriously? Come on Razors…
awesome. big shit for a 17 yr old. crazy
he is amateur in RAZORS SPAIN, Razors have different teams with pros and ams in some different countries, stupid haters… Some big tricks in big spots in the edit, i hope his style will be better with the years.. and the 2:06 KG to step up ao top acid is a joke haha, but why all this good spanish edits have this shit fashionable music?
@albert – How is he compared to wake schepman in any way, shut up stupid. :)
Love this one, kid have lot of potential! +1 for gordon!
wake shepman is a park rat who cant skate street. this kid kicks wake’s ass.
deff agree with steez police and maybe flow team, not even close to am level
Nice to see Razors betting for the new generation, this edit is good and he deserves this Spain AM place! Big up lluis!
Is this guy is am then i am deffo pro
#deffopro #razors #aragon #rollernews
why u hatin’? the song got me pumped tho…
Really dislike the amount of hate on this site. But this is not am level, in any country. Just another kid doing really big tricks. A lot of potential, but style really needs to be refined before I’d consider a flow spot
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