Anthony Joshua grabbed microphone after defeat to Oleksandr Usyk to launch extraordinary two-minute rant; Frazer Clarke: “To the people around him, where were you? Someone should have jumped in there. Someone should have stopped him and saved him from himself”
Anthony Joshua’s emotional outburst after his rematch defeat by Oleksandr Usyk should have been prevented by his team, according to the Sky Sports experts.
Joshua threw Usyk’s world title belts out of the ring following his defeat and then launched into a remarkable speech in the aftermath of his split decision loss to Usyk in Jeddah.
But Frazer Clarke, a close friend of Joshua, felt that the British heavyweight star should have been given time to retain his composure.
“As a gym friend and a friend in general, for anyone that is offended by what happened, I think I can just apologise on his behalf for the outburst,” Clarke told Sky Sports