Steph and Ayesha Curry serve as viruses to comment on Jake Paul-Nate Robinson’s clash


Stephen and Ayesha Curry were ready to support former Warriors teammate Nate Robinson in their first professional boxing match. Their excitement didn’t last long.

Within two minutes, Robinson was directed by YouTuber Jake Paul, quickly closing the undercard match before Mike Tyson woke up on Saturday night. Paul, whose Wikipedia page lists his insistence in “Disputes,” COVID-19 fake news, constant horrible neighbor behavior, and occasional use of racial slander, is now a 2-0 professional boxer.

“It’s hard to judge what level of ability the 23-year-old Paul has because Robinson had no experience,” ESPN commented directly.

Robinson, 36, is a three-time NBA champion in the slam dunk race and was a teammate with Curry in the 2012 season. Although their attendance in the locker room was short, Curry was ready to support Robinson:



After Robinson lay, Curry voiced his concern:

But Robinson stood up, Curry decided it was perfectly clear to joke a little with his friend. In Robinson’s pre-fight tweet, where he stated he was “shocking the world,” Curry replied, “I don’t see a lie.” This tweet has more than 32,000 retweets.

Former fighter Nick Young was also less beneficial in evaluating Robinson’s presentation.

Meanwhile, Ayesha Curry decided to look the good side after the devastating fight.

“Don’t worry about KO, I think it’s really good to see someone try something new and step out of their comfort zone,” he wrote. “It’s doping and inspiring. You don’t have to be just one thing. I never want to live a life where I look back and say I didn’t try something I wanted.”

After bombarding her boxing with responses, Ayesha took the heat of Twitter vigorously.

“I should just delete the app,” he wrote jokingly. “I fell out … I’m 31, but I think I’m getting old. That’s amazing.”