Boxing Legend George Foreman Offers to Coach Nate Robinson in Jake Paul Rematch: “You Don’t Wanna Go Out Like That”

Boxing legend and former heavyweight champion George Foreman offered to train Nate Robinson if he decides to rematch Jake Paul.

Image of George Foreman via Youtube screenshot
Image of George Foreman via Youtube screenshot

Could Jake Paul and Nate Robinson face each other again in a rematch? If things go the way Paul plans, he’ll be short-tracked into facing high profile UFC fighters in a boxing ring for big paydays. But, if it’s up to boxing legend George Foreman, Robinson would be well equipped to face Paul in a rematch. Especially with George in his corner giving advice as his primary trainer. 

Youtube star Jake Paul is no stranger to the world of exhibition boxing. On the very same night that Mike Tyson returned to take on Roy Jones Jr, Paul viciously knocked out Ex-NBA player Nate Robinson. However, Paul doesn’t want his boxing career to be smoke and mirrors. After posting countless training and sparring videos, Paul wants to get inside of the ring with the likes of Ben Askren, Jorge Masvidal, and Conor McGregor.

George Foreman on Training Nate Robinson

Recently, George Foreman spoke with TMZ Sports. During the conversation, Foreman explained his willingness to train Nate Robinson so that he will be prepared if he and Jake Paul square off again. 

“I can turn him into a 5, 6 round fighter in no-time flat. Make him do what I say,” Foreman says.

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