Nate Robinson found himself trending yet again over the weekend after Jake Paul put down another opponent in the boxing ring.
The former NBA star is reportedly working on a rematch with Jake Paul after his infamous loss to the YouTube star in November that saw him go super viral for getting knocked out.
Stephen A. Smith had this to say:
“Nate walked out the arena [on Nov. 28 and] realized he was not trained well. [He] apologized for not listening and collected a little over $2 million for that fiasco. He’s fine.”
“They are trying to get him to fight in a rematch, if you can believe that. Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather wants to train him, if he agrees. Crazy but true.”
The source said he advised Nate “not to do it” — “but if he does, it needs to be for more money and he needs to train with a pro for a very long time.”
Stephen A. and his First Take co-host Max Kellerman both thought it would be a huge mistake for Robinson to jump back into the boxing ring with Jake Paul.
After Askren’s defeat, Robinson posted a meme of Smith on Instagram and was pushing for another chance at Paul.
“I still want that rematch,” Robinson wrote.