Hold on remember whdsat he said to Toshiro he said his falems are s troner than Yama's
He never said such a thing. This is how easily canonical statements can be twisted by fan interpretation.
I don't know which scans you guys used, but as someone who usually reads at Kissmanga, all Bazz-Bee said was that his flames could offset the flames that Yamamoto launched at him.
Key word: offset
Definition of offset: "to counteract", "place out of line"
This means that Bazz Be's flames are strong enough to somehow "counteract" Ryujin Jakka, which most likely means that it provided enough of a defense to prevent him and the other Sternritters from getting killed. However, never was it displayed in the manga that "offset" means to "equate" or to "suppress", or anything that suggests Bazz's flames are as strong as Yamamoto's. After all, how can they?
> Although Bazz's flames provided a shield to protect As Nodt, Nanana, and himself, do not forget that Yamamoto's flames still knocked them out, probably incapicitating them through heat exhaustion or maybe a small amount of flames slipped through Bazz's offsetting flames and burned them. If anything, this raises the impressiveness of just how powerful Ryujin Jakka is. Even Royd himself confirmed this.
> Also note that Yamamoto didn't even give a shit about those Quincy fodders, in fact, he didn't even glance at them. He had the same mindset against them as he did with the Halibabes. Sure the Halibabes survived, but they were incapicitated. The fire nuke that he mustered out was most likely a very casual attack, not his more powerful Shikai attacks. It didn't matter whether the Sternritters died or not.
> What would happen if Yamamoto spams his flames or sends another fire nuke? We see how Bazz-B got fodderized by one of them. How about a second attack? It's likely that he won't be able to offset another casual attack, and rather be incinerated like he should have had he not had defended himself.
The hype around Bazz-B is not a hyperbole from the author, but merely a misinterpretation.
Bazz's flames are strong, but they are nowhere remotely near as powerful as Yamamoto's flames.