Jake Paul almost killed Nate Robinson last Saturday during the Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. undercard with a brutal knockout.
Pro-athlete Nate Robinson got absolutely destroyed by YouTube vlogger Jake Paul in a short-lived boxing match at the Staples Center in Los Angeles last Saturday night.
Nate Robinson has had a somewhat successful career as a professional basketball player. Robinson, 36, has played for some top tier teams in the NBA, including the Chicago Bull and The New York Knicks, throughout his career.
Nate Robinson targeted Jake Robinson and challenged him to a fight because of his actions in Arizona but got killed in Saturday’s fight.
The 23-year-old YouTuber was arrested in Arizona for criminal trespassing when he attended a Black Lives Matter protest where he filmed people loot inside mall.
Is Logan Paul a Trump supporter?
Shortly after his arrest Jake Paul made an announcement on Twitter saying that he was merely documenting the riots in Arizona, further adding that he condoned the rioting and looting leading many to believe he was a Donald Trump supporter.
However, it is important to note that Jake Paul has never publicly endorsed or talking about his political views, so it has never been confirmed whether he actually supports Donald J Trump.
“We filmed everything we saw in an effort to share our experience and bring more attention to the anger felt in every neighborhood we traveled through; we were strictly documenting, not engaging,” Paul wrote in a statement posted to Twitter. “I do not condone violence, looting, or breaking the law; however, I understand the anger and frustration that led to the destruction we witnessed, and while it’s not the answer, it’s important that people see it and collectively figure out how to move forward in a healthy way.”
Nate Robinson slammed Jake Paul for his comment saying that he had no right to criticise the actions of Black Lives Matter. “He’s racist for appropriating our culture,” Robinson claimed.
Robinson later added a bit of extra context to his beef with the YouTube content creator and explained that he wanted to fight Jake Paul after he saw him demolish AnEsonGib with a TKO.
“I want all the smoke,” Robinson said to TMZ Sports. “I’m a top-tier athlete. You beating me would probably be the biggest accomplishment for your boxing career, or social media influencer – whatever. That’s your biggest claim to fame right now is knocking out Nate Robinson, so come do it. I’m putting my everything on the line for you. Let’s get it done. It’s that simple.”
Jake Paul defeats top-tier athlete.
Well, in that case, Jake Paul can certainly claim his biggest achievement after he absolutely killed top-tier athlete Nate Robinson in the ring on Saturday in the Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. undercard.
Jake knocked Nate on his butt twice in the first round. Nate argued that one of the hits, which struck him in the back of the head, was illegal but the judges said it was a clean strike.
The fight ended only seconds into the second round when Jake Paul ended Nate Robinson’s career as a top-tier athlete with a mean right hook. Nate was out cold and even the fight officials were worried that the punch had done some permanent damage as he was out cold for a long time!
Jake Paul v Nate Robinson knockout memes are hilarious!
Twitter sh*tposter, Poe’s Law, was quick to compare the fight to the infamous scene from Rocky 4 where Apollo Creed gets punched to death by Evan Drago.
They’re the same picture pic.twitter.com/w8kAWEleYg— Poe’s Law = The Supreme Gentleman (@undeadscribe) November 29, 2020
Suffice to say the memes were delicious.
Although Nate Robinson needed immediate medical attention fortunately he is not dead. The ex-NBA player got back on his stool after a minute or so.
He will be going in for a further medical examination to ensure that he has no permanent brain damage and will his health will be closely monitored for the remainder of the week.