George Foreman Says He’ll Train Nate Robinson To Beat Jake Paul In Boxing Rematch

George Foreman Says He’ll Train Nate Robinson To Beat Jake Paul In Boxing Rematch

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“[Jake Paul] had too much talent for Nate Robinson. I’d like to get Nate down here for a few weeks and train him and get a rematch.”

That’s 71-year-old boxing legend George Foreman — fresh off watching 23-year-old Paul DOMINATE Robinson on the TysonJones Jr. undercard last weekend — offering to train the ex-NBA star for a rematch with the popular YouTuber.

Most people say 36-year-old Robinson — who was finished with a devastating KO punch in the 2nd round — should NEVER fight again.

Not Foreman — the 2x World Heavyweight Champ who faced Muhammad Ali and beat Joe Frazier (and so many other heavyweights) — who says Robinson has untapped talent.

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

“He may not want to box again, but I wouldn’t want him to leave without doing a better show than he put on. You don’t wanna go on like that.”

Of course, it’s highly unlikely Nate would get an immediate rematch. Paul wants to fight Conor McGregor … and everyone from Antonio Tarver to Evander Kane has called out the YT star.

Down the road … why not?

If it happens, real talk — does Foreman actually believe he can train Robinson to beat the dude who just whooped him??

We asked George.

“I can. I can.”