MATCHROOM promoter Eddie Hearn admitted he 's*** himself' when heavyweight ace Dereck Chisora came at him.
Hearn was speaking on the panel of A League of Their Own when he recalled the hilarious story.
Cricket legend Freddie Flintoff asked him: "Has a boxer ever come at you?"
And Hearn responded: "Chisora's come out at me a couple of times… I absolutely s*** myself.
"It was after that incident, after I had told him to calm down."
Although it is unclear which incident he is referring to, Hearn got caught in the eye of a storm in the build-up to Chisora's British title fight with rival Dillian Whyte in December 2016.
During their press conference tempers reached boiling point when Chisora launched a table in the direction of Whyte.
Hearn also joked how his voice went high-pitched out of fear when he asked Chisora to calm down.
Meanwhile, Hearn was recently on the end of a verbal bashing from Tyson Fury – with the Gypsy King calling him a 'w***er', believing he is favouring Saul Alvarez over Billy Joe Saunders.
Saunders is scheduled to face the WBA and WBC champ on May 8 at the AT&T Stadium in what has he potential to be the Fight of the Year.
And WBC heavyweight king Fury has been left outraged at how the two-weight world champion has been treated in the build-up.
Fury claimed: "I think Matchroom Boxing and Eddie Hearn are absolute w***ers.
"They're up Canelo Alvarez's ring piece a million miles. Look on the f***ing web page, all Canelo, Canelo, Canelo.
"Do you promote Billy Joe or what you little w***er p***y?"
Saunders then interjected, as he quipped: "You're a lying b*****d Eddie."
Fury then added: "Frank Warren is worth ten of you Eddie, you little sausage.
"He knows how to promote fighters, that's why he is a Hall of Fame promoter."
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