Last weekend’s Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. pay-per-view exhibition bout was far more watchable than most fans expected–from Jake Paul’s meme-worthy knockout of former NBA star Nate Robinson on the undercard to the surprisingly competitive main event. Tyson/Jones may have resembled hard sparring more than an actual boxing match, but was lively enough for many observers to score it for the 54-year-old Tyson, even though the celebrity judges charitably called it a draw.
Here’s a video clip that may give you extreme envy if you’re a basketball player who’s always wanted to dunk but never could overcome the crappy genetics that were handed down to you by your parents. It’s Nate Robinson, all 5-foot-9 of him, tossing down a dunk on a 12-foot hoop. While you’re already well aware that 12 feet is a daunting, utterly absurd, altitude for a rim, the elevation that was necessary for Robinson is probably best appreciated at the end (after Robinson hits the floor) where you can compare/see just how high he had to literally go to rack up likes on Instagram.