Camera crew burst out laughing at Eddie Hearn’s ‘cheesy’ act during filming of Anthony Joshua v Jermaine Franklin advert | The Sun

A CAMERA crew was left in stitches after Eddie Hearn's "cheesy" act during filming.

Hearn was promoting Anthony Joshua's bout against Jermaine Franklin at the O2 Arena on Saturday.

The promoter took part in a DAZN video to tell fans where they can watch the heavyweight clash.

It started with Hearn saying: "Tyson Fury tells porky pies, Simon Jordan got dealt with and I was a bit harsh on Roman Kemp.

"But, you already know that. What you may not know if how to watch Britain's finest, Anthony Joshua fight Jermaine Franklin at the O2, this Saturday, April the 1st."

After Hearn gave all the details about the fight, he then picked up a mug of tea before taking a sip and winking at the camera.


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He then remarked: "That was a bit f***ing cheesy weren't it."

This saw the crew behind the camera burst into laughter before the video ended.

Two-time heavyweight champ AJ believes he is fighting for his boxing career, and has taken on his fourth trainer in three fights in the hopes of getting back to winning ways after back-to-back defeats to Oleksandr Usyk.

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He said: "I think Eddie’s right [last chance to rebuild]. Because how long can this run go on for, three or four years? And you know how quick time goes.

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"We’re saying this now and we can look back in two years, three years, and be like f***ing hell where’s the time gone?

“So, if I was going to do another run after this, you’re talking about fighting into my forties and I believe boxing is a young man’s sport.

“It takes a real solid character like Bernard Hopkins, George Foreman, Wladimir Klitschko or Alexander Povetkin to go on into their forties.

"But this is a run I want to make successful and then, hopefully, go out on top."

The fight itself is expected to get underway at around 10:30pm UK time.

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