Jake Paul's boxing career continues to gather pace, with the social media star set to make his second pro appearance on Saturday as part of the Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr undercard. Read on for full details on how to watch a Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson live stream, no matter where in the world you are.
The younger brother of YouTube celebrity Logan will this time face former NBA player Nate Robinson who will be making his pro boxing debut, having retired from basketball in 2018.
The Paul vs Robinson showdown is set to take place on Saturday, November 28 at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California - the home of MLS club LA Galaxy. The night's undercard is set to get under way in the US at 8pm ET / 5pm PT and will be shown on FITE TV (that's 1am GMT in the UK and 1pm AEDT on Sunday in Australia), followed by the main card at 9pm ET, meaning ring walks for the Paul/Robinson fight are expected to be around 9.30-10pm ET. You can access the same coverage you would at home from wherever you are with a reliable VPN in your corner.
The fight follows Paul's round one victory over fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib in Miami at the start of the year.
While Paul now has some big fight experience under his belt, former New York Knicks point guard Robinson has admitted that he hadn't even sparred up until this year.
While boxing purists are likely to frown on the fact that this fight is sharing a card headlined by two boxing's greatest ever fighters, it should nevertheless provide an intriguing warm-up to the main event.
Below you'll find all the options for watching tonight's fight. No matter where you are in the world you can watch a Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson live stream with the help of our guide.
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How to watch the Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson fight if you're away from your country
Below we've listed all of the best places to live stream the Tyson vs Jones fight online in the US, UK, Canada and Australia.
If you're abroad and discover that your usual coverage is geo-blocked, then the only alternative that we know is to use a VPN to dial in to a country that does have one. The software is perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address and appear to be in a completely different location - and all through a safe, encrypted connection.
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How to watch Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson: live stream the fight in the US
Boxing streaming service FITE has nabbed the rights to show Paul vs Robinson along with the full card in the US via its website, mobile and smart TV streaming apps.
The complete PPV is priced at $49.99, and can also be accessed via the TysonOnTriller.com website, which is set to serve as the central hub for Saturday's much-anticipated event.
For those looking to go down the linear route, the fight can also be ordered via major cable operators in the US - check with your local provider to see if the fight is available.
Not in the US? Remember you can watch the same services you would at home with the help of a VPN.
Paul vs Robinson live stream: how to watch the fight, UK time and more
British fight fans looking to watch a Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson live stream will need to go down the pay-per-view route, with BT Sport Box Office holding exclusive broadcast rights to the main event and its undercard.
It's priced at £19.95 to purchase - the cheapest option we're aware of. With that you'll get reruns of the fight as well, so you can even watch it again – if it's as good as it's looking it will be. Build-up and coverage of the undercard is set to begin at 12am GMT Saturday night /Sunday morning.
Not in the UK? Then you'll need a VPN to watch this live stream as if you were back at home
Paul vs Robinson live stream: how to watch the Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson fight in Canada
As is the case in the US, FITE has the PPV rights to the Paul vs Robinson fight. Pricing is also the same, with access costing CAD$49.99.
As well as being able to access the fight via the streaming services website, and apps, the fight can also be ordered via major Canadian cable operators such as Rogers.
Outside of Canada? Don't worry, all you need a reliable VPN and you can watch the fight just like you would at home.
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How to watch a Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson live stream in Australia
Paul vs Robinson is a PPV event Down Under and therefore available on Main Event , which Foxtel cable subscribers will find available through their package.
Those without cable or simply looking for a different way to get a Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson live stream in Oz should look no further than sports streaming service Kayo Sports, which offers Main Event coverage of the fight for the same $59.95 price.
An added benefit of getting the fight with Kayo is that it essentially bags you a FREE Kayo trial with your purchase, as you get full access to Kayo Sports through Thursday, December 3 in addition to this weekend's full card.
The four-hour event is set to kick off at 1pm AEDT on the afternoon of Sunday, November 29.
Not in Oz? Don't forget that with a good VPN you can tune in to the same coverage you'd watch at home.
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How to watch Paul vs Robinson: live stream the fight in New Zealand
Sky Sports has the rights to tonight's full Tyson vs Jones card in New Zealand, and that includes the Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson clash. As in other countries, it's a PPV affair, which for Kiwis means heading to Sky Arena.
Tyson vs Jones costs NZD$39.95 and can be ordered on the Sky Sports website now, with the main card set to get under way at 3pm NZDT on Sunday, November 29 and the main event expected to start around 5pm.
Sky Arena is channel 065 in New Zealand, but if you don't have Sky, you can also purchase the Tyson vs Jones fight through Sky Sports Now.
The fight isn't available for mobile streaming on Sky Go in New Zealand, however.
Who is Jake Paul?
One of the most controversial figures in the YouTube community, Jake Paul is the younger brother of fellow social media influencer Logan.
With now over 20 million subscribers to his channel on the video streaming service, Paul and his brother initially rose to prominence on the now defunct short clip site Vine, thanks to their brand of brash humor and stunts.
This lead to Paul landing a role on the Disney Channel, however he was dropped from the show Bizaardvark amid complaints from neighbours over alleged partying and pranks at his West Hollywood rental house.
Subsequent controversies have seen him draw criticism over his views on the coronavirus, while the 23-year-old was charged earlier this year with criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly for entering a mall in Arizona after it was closed amid protests surrounding the death of George Floyd.
Paul's first foray into boxing came against Deji Olatunji on the same bill that saw Logan Paul fight KSI (Deji Olatunji's brother).
Having won that fight in convincing style, Jake focused his attention on turning professional, and made his pro debut with a first round TKO against British YouTuber AnEsonGib.
Who is Nate Robinson?
Thirty-six year old Nate Robinson will be making his boxing debut tonight, following his retirement from basketball in 2018.
A versatile athlete, Robinson went to Washington on a football scholarship, before switching sports as a sophomore.
In 2005, he was a first-round draft pick by the Phoenix Suns, kickstarting a pro career that saw him play for eight different teams over the course of 11 seasons.
While the highlight of his career may be the four seasons spent as point guard for the New York Knocks, Robinson can also boast that he is the first-ever 3-time winner of the NBA Slam Dunk contest.
Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson: What are the rules for the fight?
There has been some controversy surrounding a "no knock-out" directive issued for the Mike Tyson vs Ray Jones Jr headline fight.
While there has been no official confirmation as to whether this will also be the case for the Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson fight, the bout is being billed as a professional fight, suggesting that regular boxing rules will be in place for this undercard encounter.
Tonight's full card
Saturday's unique event in LA isn't just about the two boxing legends, or even the intriguing clash between former New York Knicks guard Robinson and Jake Paul. KSI's trainer Viddal Riley is set to for a boxing bout against MMA fighter Rashad Coulter, while the main support fight is a slightly more conventional super-middleweight pairing between former champ Badou Jack and Blake McKernan.
- Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr.: 8 rounds exhibition at heavyweight
- Jake Paul vs. Nate Robinson: 6 rounds at cruiserweight
- Badou Jack vs. Blake McKernan: 8 rounds at light heavyweight
- Viddal Riley vs. Rashad Coulter: 6 rounds at cruiserweight
- Jamaine Ortiz vs. Nahir Albright: 8 rounds at lightweight
- Irvin Gonzalez vs. Edward Vasquez: 8 rounds at featherweight
- Juiseppe Cusumano vs. Nick Jones: 8 rounds at heavyweight
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