Mike Tyson’s return to the boxing ring after 15 years served as a star attraction on television over the weekend. Prior to Saturday’s (November 28) main event, former NBA player Nate Robinson was brutally knocked out in the second round by YouTube star Jake Paul and he quickly became the latest meme to overtake social media.

50 Cent, a noted boxing fan, was watching along with other boxing enthusiasts and got a few jokes off at Robinson’s expense. On Monday (November 30), 50 posted a meme featuring a KO’d Nate Rob fit into an altered version of the NBA logo.

“Damn Cuz get the strap!” he wrote. “LOL.”


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Robinson managed to take the second-round knockout and all of the social media banter in stride. He thanked everyone for their support in an Instagram post after the fight.

“Thank you everyone for all of the well wishes, I’m OK,” he wrote in the caption. I appreciate @triller for the opportunity as well as everyone that has backed me during the fight. To my coaches, trainers, fans, and teammates, I appreciate all of the time and support you guys put in with me…it wasn’t the outcome that we wanted, but I’m thankful for the opportunity to fight on the biggest stage that there has been.”


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Hip Hop was definitely in the building for the highly anticipated bout. In addition to performing a hit-filled medley with a blunt in his hand, Snoop Dogg came away with rave reviews for his work as an announcer and was one of the night’s big winners outside the Staples Center ring.

“Oh my GOD!” Snoop exploded after Paul’s first knockdown of Robinson. “Lord have mercy! Oh, Jesus! Oh, Lawd! Precioussss Lawwdddd … take my handddd… lead my onnnnn … let me standdddd…”

Snoop was part of the all-star broadcast, which included boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, former WWE announcer Mauro Ranallo and UFC fighter Israel “Stylebender” Idesanya.

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With Lil Wayne bailing at the last-minute, SAINt JHN and Snoop to came to save the day with performances alongside Wiz Khalifa, Swae Lee and French Montana. Check out a clip of Snoop’s performance below.