Jake Paul gets kitchen mat of KO'd Nate Robinson on his floor after brutally flooring ex-NBA star in fight

JAKE PAUL revealed he has a kitchen mat of a knocked out Nate Robinson after brutally leaving the ex-NBA star out cold in their fight.

Paul recorded the second of his three KO wins in November 2020 having knocked Robinson to the canvas in round two.

The YouTuber later beat retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 36, in the first round of their fight in April.

That win set-up a fight with Askren's former training partner Tyron Woodley, an ex-UFC champion, on August 28.

Woodley, 39, trained with Floyd Mayweather, 44, for the fight, which was his boxing debut.

But Mayweather also offered support to Robinson, 37, which Paul said only left the basketball point guard sent into a meme and printed out as a mat.

He wrote on Instagram: "Fun fact… Floyd was calling Nate constantly leading up to our fighting giving him pointers and advice to beat me just to be turned into a kitchen mat."

Paul, 24, has rivalled Mayweather ever since his older brother Logan, 26, boxed the American legend in an exhibition bout in June.



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He was ringside when Logan scored a surprise moral victory as he avoided a KO defeat and took the fight the full eight-round distance.

Paul took another swipe at Mayweather, who was pictured giving Woodley a masterclass in boxing.

He posted: "How is Floyd Mayweather who couldn't even get in shape or come up with a strategy enough to beat my brother gonna try and teach another old man how to come and beat me?!"

Paul then mocked Mayweather and Woodley once more by posting an edited picture of them training outside a retirement home.

Woodley reigned the UFC welterweight division from 2016-2018 and made four defences of the belt.

But he lost out to Paul who won their August bout via unanimous decision.

And Paul will be aiming to repeat that victory on Saturday when the pair meet once again in Tampa, Florida.

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