Stjernepromotor Eddie Hearn stood nicely and waited. He almost polite out, while Sky Sports’ broadcast introduced him, and laid up for an interview at Friday's weigh-in before boksestævnet Fight Camp.
Such as the tv reporters do every day.
But then changed the term in the face of Hearn himself. He took a half step back, and exclaimed: Shamone, mother fuckers!
The few people present in the room laughed spontaneously. Over Hearns attitude and reference to a british tv program that took the piss out of Michael Jackson and his famous expression. But they laughed also of that Sky Sports was actually live.
It was not a try that Hearn with all the clarity of his thought.
In the next second cleared his throat, the reporter himself, lamented and politely explained Hearn, who had once again changed the facial expressions to the more surprised, while he asked: 'It is not live, right?' - to his gang and brimstone had just gone out to thousands and thousands of british tv viewers.
Although the Uk may not have the UNITED states in relation to the anxiety of profanity in the media, so there is still a large degree of conservatism – and certainly not the frigjorthed, which in a higher degree living in the Danish media.
Eddie Hearn photographed 29. July in a presseseance in Brentwood. Photo: Peter Cziborra/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
Nevertheless, the selected 41-year-old Hearn in the next now the smile of the in addition, also the right missed performances. There was, after all, no one had died of it.
But quite good was it now anyway.
- It was awkward...when you think it is a test, wrote Hearn even on Twitter.
That was awkward..when you think it's a rehearsal https://t.co/YtygsY1cIn— Eddie Hearn (@EddieHearn) July 31, 2020
There is no doubt that Hearn is on. There has been no real explanation as to why a grown man like him have a need to create on the way. But he has undoubtedly busy this weekend, where he arranges the layout of the Fight Camp, which is the first of several rallies organized by his promotorvirksomhed Matchroom Boxing – a boksningens counterpart to Dana White's UFC Fight Island if you will.
The whole is arranged in the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic and settled in the Matchrooms own backyard in Brentwood, Essex, where the participating boxers will be tested and isolated before their matches.
of Most interest is that for the IBF International Super-Welterweight champion Sam Eggington, who meets Ted Cheeseman in a title fight.
Eddie Hearn is a big name in the british and european boxing. He is considered along with Frank Warren as the Uk's most influential promoter, and has been behind the boxers like Carl Froch, Kell Brook and Anthony Joshua.
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