Eddie Hearn reveals hilarious story of 's***ting himself' when Chisora made move to attack him on A League of Their Own

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.

The 41-year-old was also quizzed on the highly-anticipated showdown between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury.

Joshua must beat Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev in December while Fury is still waiting to fight Deontay Wilder for a third time.

Hearn admits only then will the two giants of the ring collide with two fights set up for next year.

He said: "We had a bit of success (during lockdown) with AJ and Tyson Fury planning for 2021.

"Both agreed to fight in 2021, two fights, no doubt you'll be on me for tickets! It's a big fight, undisputed heavyweight championship of the world.'"

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