By Bombo Ponciano ‘John’ Melo Jr -May 30, 2020 | 9:17 AM
Former NBA player Nate Robinson wanted to fight Jake Paul, a known YouTuber, in a boxing match after getting sick of its “bully” methods.
According to Robinson, Paul is luring his foes in the industry into a boxing match where he could dominate.
Paul, who stands at 6’1″ defeated two fellow vloggers inside the ring.
“I want all the smoke. I’m a top-tier athlete. I’m putting my everything on the line for (Jake). Let’s get it done. It’s that simple,” Robinson said to an interview with TMZ Sports.
The 5’9″ guard was known for his athleticism and enegry during his NBA years where he also won three slamdunk titles.
Hoping for a nod to initiate the fight, Robinson plans to get a boxing superstar for his training.
“If I get trained with somebody like a [Mike] Tyson, [Floyd] Mayweather, [Terence] Crawford, [Vasyl] Lomachenko, if I fight and I train with some of the best of the best in the world, like please, I don’t think he stands a chance,” he said.