CARL FROCH hilariously picked up his phone and started recording when a brawl broke out at the end of Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin.
The former boxer was part of the BBC 5 Live commentary team for Joshua’s win at the O2 Arena.
That gave him the perfect view ringside to capture the chaos after the final bell.
Franklin’s strength and conditioning coach Lorenzo Reynolds sparked an altercation when he appeared to go for AJ at the end of the fight.
That provoked a furious reaction from ex-fighter Tony Bellew, who was also at the O2 in a professional capacity working for DAZN.
Bellew confronted Reynolds and could repeatedly be heard shouting “oi!” at the American to stop him reaching Joshua.
He revealed he almost came to blows with Reynolds as Froch captured the incident on his phone.
Froch beamed from ear to ear alongside BBC commentator Ronald McIntosh, who kept his composure and detailed the chaos going on around him.
Meanwhile Steve Bunce quickly got up to diffuse the situation and calmed Bellew down, all while Froch was busy recording.
Fans were amused by how much the 45-year-old appeared to be loving the mayhem.
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One reacted saying: “Froch is absolutely loving the drama.”
Another added: “Froch has firmly established himself as a national treasure as far as I’m concerned 🤣”
And a third said: “Froch you legend 🤣👊”