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“Oh Lord, have mercy”: LeBron James loves Snoop Dogg’s hilarious commentary for Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson fight

Amulya Shekhar
|Sun Nov 29 2020


Snoop Dogg brought a ton of joy to LeBron James and viewers of the heavily one-sided boxing match between Jake Paul and Nate Robinson.

Hailing from Long Beach, California, legendary West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg has quite a cult following. Apart from providing comic relief, Snoop Dogg portrays the ‘Cool uncle’ image like few others.

Jake Paul’s sickening knockout punch to former NBA guard Nate Robinson in the second round of their bout went viral. Snoop Dogg singing on commentary as Robinson fell in a heap made it an absolutely golden highlight.

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The internet reacts to Snoop Dogg’s hilarious commentary for Nate Robinson knockout

Snoopy already started his goodbye hymn after Paul had Robinson down on the canvas a few seconds before the actual knockout. It looked like Robinson was out of it right then. The former Dunk Contest champion valiantly opted to continue fighting.

Snoop Dogg knew that the end was near for Nate Rob. He perfectly “Good night, Irene” as Jake Paul delivered the knockout blow.

NBA and Lakers legend LeBron James was in fits listening to Snoop Dogg describe the mauling Nate Robinson was receiving from Jake Paul.

Stephen A Smith, who has hosted Snoop on several occasions on First Take, could not contain himself.

The other Jordan – Michael B. Jordan – had high praise for the ‘Doggystyle’ hitmaker.

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It’s safe to say that Snoop Dogg has given us a clip that will go down in gif and meme history.


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