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Jake Paul dominates Nate Robinson with vicious KO in an undercard match at Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr

Jake Paul has been known to push all the wrong buttons, putting him in the middle of some ridiculous controversy.

But the Vine alum recently found just the right button, going toe-to-toe with former NBA star Nate Robinson.

He dominated Robinson in the ring on Saturday, winning their second round undercard match with a vicious knockout, on Mike Tyson’s much-anticipated return to boxing, against Roy Jones Jr.

KO! Jake Paul dominated Nate Robinson in the ring on Saturday, winning their second round undercard match with a vicious knockout, on Mike Tyson's much-anticipated return to boxing, against Roy Jones Jr.

KO! Jake Paul dominated Nate Robinson in the ring on Saturday, winning their second round undercard match with a vicious knockout, on Mike Tyson’s much-anticipated return to boxing, against Roy Jones Jr.

Winner Winner: The 23-year-old took the win over Robinson, 36, by hitting him cold with a right cross that left him face-down on the mat

Winner Winner: The 23-year-old took the win over Robinson, 36, by hitting him cold with a right cross that left him face-down on the mat

Winner Winner: The 23-year-old took the win over Robinson, 36, by hitting him cold with a right cross that left him face-down on the mat

The 23-year-old took the win over Robinson, 36, and hit him cold with a right cross that left him face down on the mat.

Although Robinson started hot, Paul remained in control, landing eight punches throughout the match and knocking out his opponent once in the first round and twice in the second.

Robinson needed a little help getting up after the third and final knockdown, but he came anyway.

Paul later praised Robinson in an interview with Jake Gray: ‘He was better than I expected … I wanted to thank Nate. It takes a lot of balls to get into the ring and I don’t want to take anything from that. ‘

Eight punches: Although Robinson started hot, Paul remained in control, landing eight punches throughout the match, knocking out his opponent once in the first round and twice in the second.

Eight punches: Although Robinson started hot, Paul remained in control, landing eight punches throughout the match, knocking out his opponent once in the first round and twice in the second.

Eight punches: Although Robinson started hot, Paul remained in control, landing eight punches throughout the match, knocking out his opponent once in the first round and twice in the second.

Cold: Robinson needed some help getting up after the third and final knockdown, but he came anyway

Cold: Robinson needed some help getting up after the third and final knockdown, but he came anyway

Cold: Robinson needed some help getting up after the third and final knockdown, but he came anyway

Worthy opponent: Paul later praised Robinson in an interview with Jake Gray: 'He was better than I expected ... I wanted to thank Nate. It takes a lot of balls to get into the ring and I don't want to take anything from that '

Worthy opponent: Paul later praised Robinson in an interview with Jake Gray: 'He was better than I expected ... I wanted to thank Nate. It takes a lot of balls to get into the ring and I don't want to take anything from that '

Worthy opponent: Paul later praised Robinson in an interview with Jake Gray: ‘He was better than I expected … I wanted to thank Nate. It takes a lot of balls to get into the ring and I don’t want to take anything from that ‘

Trash talk: It comes after he talked some shit to Robinson during the weigh-in: 'Nate's kids, if you're watching, please don't watch the fight'

Trash talk: It comes after he talked some shit to Robinson during the weigh-in: 'Nate's kids, if you're watching, please don't watch the fight'

Trash talk: It comes after he talked some shit to Robinson during the weigh-in: ‘Nate’s kids, if you’re watching, please don’t watch the fight’

It comes after he talked some shit to Robinson during the weigh-in: ‘Nate’s kids, if you’re watching, please don’t watch the fight.

‘I don’t want … I don’t want to embarrass your father for you. Please, Nate’s kids, don’t watch the fight. It will get bad; it gets bloody. ‘

The YouTuber defeated AnEsonGib earlier in January, in his first ‘professional’ bout, stopping the fellow influencer / aspiring boxer in the first round.

He has also challenged two-time UFC champion Conor McGregor BT Sport Boxing: ‘Jake Paul vs Conor McGregor will happen. People think that’s crazy and Jake gets his a ** kicked out, but we’ll see. ‘

Bad and bloody: he added, 'I don't want ... I don't want to embarrass your father for you. Please, Nate's kids, don't watch the fight. It will get bad; it gets bloody '

Bad and bloody: he added, 'I don't want ... I don't want to embarrass your father for you. Please, Nate's kids, don't watch the fight. It will get bad; it gets bloody '

Bad and Gory: He added, ‘I don’t want to … I don’t want to embarrass your dad in front of you. Please, Nate’s kids, don’t watch the fight. It will get bad; it gets bloody ‘

Babyboxer: The YouTuber defeated AnEsonGib earlier in January, at his first 'professional' match, stopping the fellow influencer / aspiring boxer in the first round (pictured January 2020)

Babyboxer: The YouTuber defeated AnEsonGib earlier in January, at his first 'professional' match, stopping the fellow influencer / aspiring boxer in the first round (pictured January 2020)

Babyboxer: The YouTuber defeated AnEsonGib earlier in January, at his first ‘professional’ match, stopping the fellow influencer / aspiring boxer in the first round (pictured January 2020)

Meeting His Match: He also challenged two-time UFC champion Conor McGregor, telling BT Sport Boxing, 'Jake Paul vs Conor McGregor will happen. People think that's crazy and Jake gets his a ** kicked, but we'll see '

Meeting His Match: He also challenged two-time UFC champion Conor McGregor, telling BT Sport Boxing, 'Jake Paul vs Conor McGregor will happen. People think that's crazy and Jake gets his a ** kicked, but we'll see '

Meeting His Match: He also challenged two-time UFC champion Conor McGregor, telling BT Sport Boxing, ‘Jake Paul vs Conor McGregor will happen. People think that’s crazy and Jake gets his a ** kicked, but we’ll see ‘

Paul is still facing backlash for calling COVID-19 a “ hoax ” in his recent interview with The everyday beast, from which he has since returned.

It’s a pretty privileged position for someone who gained notoriety over the summer for his super spread parties at his $ 6.9 million Calabasas mansion.

He then told it The edge: ‘So this man, this reporter, misquoted me. He took what I said out of context, and I told him that. I’ve been telling him that all along. ‘

But Daily Beast reporter Marlow Stern returned with receipts Twitter with a recording of the interview, which he later posted a second time, claiming that Paul’s team had removed the original SoundCloud link.

Covidiot: Paul still faces backlash for calling COVID-19 a 'hoax' in his recent interview with The Daily Beast, which he's since gotten back to

Covidiot: Paul still faces backlash for calling COVID-19 a 'hoax' in his recent interview with The Daily Beast, which he's since gotten back to

Covidiot: Paul still faces backlash for calling COVID-19 a ‘hoax’ in his recent interview with The Daily Beast, from which he has since come back

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