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Former NBA player to box on Tyson card

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Nate Robinson, former NBA player of eight different teams, most notably the Knicks, will join the Mike Tyson boxing card on November 28th in California. The feature fight involves legendary boxers Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr, but the undercard got a big boost as Robinson will battle famous YouTuber Jake Paul, who actually holds a professional record of 1-0 after a KO of KSI back in January. Robinson was the 21st pick by Seattle back in 2005 and only stands 5'9", which could either be an advantage or a roadblock for the first time boxer. Robinson told ESPN, after 11 seasons in the NBA, he would still love another opportunity. Unless a boxing career takes off, of course.

 

 

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Nate Robinson, former NBA player of eight different teams, most notably the Knicks, will join the Mike Tyson boxing card on November 28th in California. The feature fight involves legendary boxers Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr, but the undercard got a big boost as Robinson will battle famous YouTuber […]