Jake Paul Brutally KOs Nate Robinson In Two Rounds
November 29, 2020
Jake Paul delivered as promised, a second round knockout of Nate Robinson on Mike Tyson Vs Roy Jones Jr. undercard on Saturday Night at the Staples Center.
The YouTube Star dropped the former NBA slam dunk Champion three times en route to a knockout victory with the stoppage coming at exactly 1:35 of the second round. For Jake Paul, this is his second knock out victory in as many fights.
Robinson has been a versatile Sport athlete that has propelled him into stardom but his knowledge of Boxing is totally limited to his preparations for this fight with Jake Paul and it was evident from the opening bell as the YouTube Star went straight into smothering him.
Paul sent Robinson crashing to the Canvas late in Round One and the Referee was well generous enough to give the NBA Star a slow count as a motivation to get back into the fight. He survived but only to finish the round as the second round spelled more trouble than the first.
It wasn’t long before Paul sent Nate Robinson crashing again to the canvas and this time to the bottom rope. The battered NBA Slam dunk champion was give another 10 seconds to recover with the referee pausing his count at nine before allowing the fight to continue.
Paul however senced the end and having his composure on check, faked a right hand then followed it up with an over-right hand punch that sent Robinson crashing headfirst to the canvas, bringing the fight to an abrupt end. Medical attention was brought in for the former NBA Slam Dunk Champion, who later regained his strength and was able to walk out if the ring on his own.
Jake Paul now goes 2 – 0 as a professional Boxer having already defeated AnEsonGib in his professional debut, which took place during the Super Bowl clash earlier this year in Miam. He was able to knockout AnEsonGib in the first round.
The fight between Jake Paul and Nate Robinson served as a chief support for a four fight Triller Pay-per-view Card, which is headlined by the return of long retired Boxing Heavyweight Legends Mike Tyson (50-6, 44KOs) and Roy Jones (66-9, 47KOs), who collide in an eight round exibition bout.
Jake Paul quickly called out former UFC two division champion Conor McGregor and his stablemate Dillon Danis, reiterating he will knock them both out and admits, he has a long future in the sport.
“I’ve been training my ass off for the past year,” Paul said. “I’m taking this seriously. I have a long list of opponents I want to fight. Conor McGregor, Dillon Danis: I will knock both of them out. There’s my brother (Logan Paul), Austin McBroom.
“I want to be in the sport for a long time. I’m in love with it. Why not?”
“I’m willing to be patient,” he said. “I’m only 23 years old. Deontay Wilder started boxing at 21. I have a long future ahead. I’m just getting started. I talk a lot of s— but I back it up.