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Nate Robinson Receives His Own Branded Cannabis Pack “Night Night Nate”

by | Dec 1, 2020 | Sports

NBA player Nate Robinson was knocked out cold on Saturday during his fight with Youtuber Jake Paul in the Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. event. He didn’t leave the fight completely losing though. A Cannabis brand has named the Marijuana pack “Night Night Nate” after the retired player.

Paul definitely impressed the world with his skills but Robinson is coming out of this with an unexpected product. The brand Fatlyfe Stickers created the cover including the scene of his final moment on the floor with his name on the top of the blue pack, currently available on their website.

It’s unclear if Robinson will be receiving a cut from the profits made with the Marijuana pack. The disclosed win from the traumatic viral event is a mere $600 USD but luckily there was an additional $500,000 USD awarded as a pay-per-view bonus.

The biggest names in the NBA world responded to Paul’s incredible knockout on Robinson. While many started off supporting the athlete through the ordeal, things quickly turned sour as Jake Paul seemed to be taking over towards the end and ending the night with a swift win. Check them out:

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