YouTuber Jake Paul knocks out Nate Robinson in Los Angeles

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

YouTube personality Jake Paul knocked out Nate Robinson on Saturday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Robinson was making his boxing debut.

Paul knocked out Robinson in the second round. The former NBA player looked like he was out of his league by competing in his bout.

YouTube personality Jake Paul prepares for his boxing bout against Nate Robinson
Jake Paul prepares for his boxing bout against Nate Robinson (Photo by Jake Paul/Instagram)

The 23-year-old Paul is now 2-0 in his boxing career. The Crusierweight also knocked out AnEsonGib by TKO in January.

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He needed just three of the 12 rounds to get two knockouts. Paul knocked out AnEsonGib in the first-round at The Meridian At Island Gardens in Miami, Florida.

Following his win, Paul called out Conor McGregor and Dillon Danis. He said that he could knock them both out.

The 36-year-old Robinson – who called out Paul before the fight – found out that it’s tough being a boxer. He got knocked down once, before the fight was called.

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Robinson was down on the mat for some time, before getting up.

Due to the beating that he received, Robinson may not want to try another fight in combat sports. He may want to return to basketball, where he last played in 2018 with Homenetmen Beirut.

The Seattle, Washington-born player last played in the NBA in 2015 with the New Orleans Pelicans. During his career in the Association, he played for the New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Clippers, and the Pelicans.

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