JAKE PAUL obliterated former NBA basketball star Nate Robinson with a brutal second-round KO.
Robinson faceplanted after a looping proper within the second spherical and was out chilly because the struggle was lastly waved off.
Jake Paul delivered a brutal KO of Nate Robinson within the second spherical
Medics and the referee rushed to Robinson’s help earlier than after greater than a minute he made it onto a stool.
Such was the brutality of the end, music legend Snopp Dogg likened it to a ‘hood struggle’.
Robinson had already being floored twice earlier within the embarrassingly one-sided affair.
YouTube sensation Paul launched into his boxing profession with a victory over fellow social media celeb AnEsonGib in January.
Jake Paul was far too good for Nate RobinsonCredit score: Getty Pictures – Getty
There was some severe concern for Nate Robinson after he crashed to the canvas
And now he has made it two out of two with an emphatic victory – however it can depart inquiries to be requested on how these fights are sanctioned.
The primary spherical was a dismal affair, with the referee warning each ‘boxers’ to cease wrestling and ‘throw some punches’.
It was Paul who landed essentially the most significant of those, when he floored Robinson with an enormous proper in direction of the tip of the spherical.
And Robinson was face down once more within the second spherical when Paul smashed him with the identical shot.
The third knockdown quickly got here – and it was a brutal one at that.
One other looping proper hand despatched Robinson crashing to the canvas and to sleep.
The 36-year-old was laid out for nearly a minute earlier than being hauled onto a seat by the referee.
Talking after the weigh-in, the ‘Downside Youngster’ Paul defined why he is so determined to succeed contained in the squared circle.
He added: “I really like the game, . I’m made for this. And to me, it’s a possibility to show individuals flawed.
“But it surely’s one thing I fell in love with, one thing I’m enthusiastic about, one thing I’m good at, and I’m able to take the world by storm.”
This was the chief assist for Mike Tyson’s epic comeback struggle towards Roy Jones Jr.