What is Nate Robinson's net worth? Former NBA player loses to mighty YouTuber Jake Paul in fierce boxing match

Paul got an upper hand early on, he knocked Robinson down two times in the first round. He knocked him down once more at the start of Round 2 and eventually delivering the knockout blow


                            What is Nate Robinson's net worth? Former NBA player loses to mighty YouTuber Jake Paul in fierce boxing match
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The news of former NBA star Nate Robinson taking on Jake Paul in a boxing match as an undercard fight to Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr was known. Now, the results of this match have created quite a buzz. As reported by Sporting News, Paul carried out a fierce knockout of Robinson in the second round of their six-round fight.

The Sporting News report says Paul got an upper hand early on, he knocked Robinson down two times in the first round. He knocked him down once more at the start of Round 2 and eventually delivering the knockout blow. Robinson was down on the mat for a few minutes before getting up. He had received immediate medical attention as the broadcasting booth was concerned for the former NBA player. With the win, Paul’s score is now 2-0 as a professional boxer. He won the first fight with the help of TKO (technical knockout) and got a KO in his second fight.

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What is Nate Robinson’s net worth?

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According to Celebrity Net Worth, his net worth is supposedly $13 million. However, The Wealth Record claims, aѕ оf 2020, Rоbіnѕоn’s nеt wоrth іѕ calculated tо bе оvеr $15 mіllіоn. The website further claims that it was еѕtіmаtеd thаt hе mаdе $1.1 mіllіоn during his first year as a player. Іn 2011, his net worth wаѕ еѕtіmаtеd to be $4.5 mіllіоn. A Sporting News article claimed that Robinson earned over $24 million in salaries during his NBA career. He earned those remunerations through eight different teams over the course of 11 seasons.

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People reacted to the news of the fight result on Twitter. One user said, “I just watched a moronic youtuber knock out a retired basketball player with snoop dog commentating, I think i’m gonna go to bed now. See you in 2021.” Another commented, “YouTuber Jake Paul just dribbled Nate Robinson’s head like a basketball.” A user tweeted, “Imagine getting KO’D by a youtuber named Jake Paul.”

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One commented, “Imagine running up and down an NBA court for 11 years and playing against the best players just to get knocked out by a YouTuber that does pranks.” Another said, “Alright. Now put @jakepaul against a REAL boxer. Not another YouTuber, not a basketball player, not some other clown. Set him up against a REAL boxer and see how fast he gets knocked out. Give him a reality check.” One shared, “I can’t believe I’m about to witness a real Mike Tyson fight an hour after Nate Robinson got knocked out by a YouTuber. 2020...”

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Recently, Paul was in the news for his controversial statement on Covid. As reported, in an interview with The Daily Beast, on November 25, Jake Paul voiced his stand on the pandemic. He said it is a “controversial subject” and that the country needs to “open up and go back to normal.” When the 23-year-old was asked if he believed it was time to move away from lockdowns, said he was “100%” certain, before elaborating on his stance.

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Paul said in the interview, “There are people losing jobs, there are small businesses who are going bankrupt, there are millions of people who are unemployed right now, people are turning to alcohol and drugs to cope with everything that’s going on. This is the most detrimental thing to our society,” He went on and said, “Covid cases are at less than 1%, and I think the disease is a hoax.” Paul continued, “You know, 98% of news is fake, so how do we know what’s actually real, and what we’re actually supposed to do?” Paul was then told by interviewer Marlow Stern that the virus has killed nearly 260,000 Americans to which the boxer said “so has the flu”.

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But later, in an interview with The Verge, he claimed he was “misquoted”. When the interviewer asked him, “Do you stand by the idea that Covid is a hoax?”, Paul replied, “No, no. Covid is very, very real. Covid is very real, like, it’s killed so many people. It’s killed people I know. It’s killed someone very, very close to me. So that’s what I’m saying. I don’t even know where that came from.”

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These remarks were made by a third-person, the Internet and individual organizations, MEAWW cannot confirm them independently nor does it support these claims. The respective references are linked in the article.