Nate Robinson Went Night Night

So, to the best of my ability, I’m going to try and keep this post short today. The fact of the matter is, Nate Robinson went fucking night night, son. I mean, Jake Paul made Robinson do his best Manny Pacquiao impression, man. All in all, even though Paul has only fought once before, it was CLEAR that he was savvier in the ring than Robinson. The way I see it, Robinson needs to go work on his shooting percentage and leave this boxing shit alone, fam.

Ok, for those who missed it, Nate Robinson, a former NBA player, got slept on the undercard of Mike Tyson versus Roy Jones Jr. Now, on a night that also saw Badou Jack return to his winning ways, Robinson took on Jake Paul, a well-known YouTuber, in the penultimate fight. Side bar, Tyson beat Jones. Fuck a draw, bruh. In any case, despite having no previous experience, Robinson thought that he could get one off on Paul. Well, he was wrong as shit, brethren.

The fact of the matter is, Robinson was done before the end of the second round. Oddly enough, Paul only connected on about eight of his power punches. But, he managed to drop Robinson three times. With all of that being said, that last knockdown is why we’re all here. Like, look at that pic above, son. Shit, I KNOW a dude is finito when he doesn’t even brace himself for the fall. All I know is, Robinson kept rushing Paul with his hands down and paid for it every time. For God‘s sake, he got dropped with the same right hand thrice. THRICE, man!

In the end, I hope this teaches everyone a valuable lesson. Ultimately, I’m a firm believer that a lot of folks think they’re better fighters than they actually are. By and by, athleticism doesn’t guarantee fighting ability. At the end of the day, Robinson learned this the hard way, fam. Anyway, everyone can watch some of the highlights here. That is all. LC out.

Mike Tyson & Roy Jones Jr. Need To Relax

So, here we are, son. After 15 years and a barrage of impressive training videos, Mike Tyson is returning to boxing. Not only that, he’s about to get it cracking against Roy Jones Jr. Now, before anyone gives me the side-eye, yes, this story is real, and no, this isn’t 1995. All I can say is, as much as I fucks with the both of them, they need to sit their asses down, man. On the real, they need to just enjoy being legends and leave the fighting to the young cats.

Ok, for those who missed it, an exhibition match between Tyson and Jones is about to go down. Now, according to reports, the two men will go at it for eight rounds on September 12th in Carson, California. In addition, on the undercard, former NBA player Nate Robinson is set to fight YouTube dude Jake Paul. All in all, I don’t know what the fuck is going on out here, fam? I mean, on the same night, we have a 54-year-old battling a 51-year-old and a basketball player squabbling with a vlogger. *Sigh* 2020 is so fucking weird, bruh.

Look, I have all of the respect in the world for Tyson and Jones, son. Like, they’re literally my two favorite boxers, man. However, this fight just doesn’t need to happen, fam. Ok, yes, Tyson has been looking otherworldly in his Instagram training videos, but there’s a reason he stepped away from the sport, bruh. Shit, I think it’s safe to say that they’re both past their primes, people. So, I don’t want to see either of them get hurt, brethren. In my eyes, none of this shit is remotely worth it.

In the end, I’m all for Tyson/Jones staying in shape and getting the blood pumping. But, boxing is an unforgiving sport, son. Ultimately, the phrase “you don’t play boxing” is accurate as fuck, man. By and by, I would’ve been HYPED for this shit in the mid-90s. However, the time has passed and the greats just need to let their legacies speak for themselves. That is all. LC out.