British-Nigerian boxer, Anthony Joshua, did not take his second defeat to Oleksandr Usyk well after he questioned the win.
The Ukrainian had a rematch with Joshua in Saudi Arabia on Saturday night, after he defeated the brits in his Wembley home in 2021.
Usyk was declared the winner of the bout by unanimous decision for the second time in their meeting.
Joshua, popularly called AJ, stormed out of the ring after the result was announced and almost left the arena.
The livid brit took the microphone and said to Usyk, “You’re not strong, how did you beat me? I had character and determination.”
He went to take hold of two belts, threw them down and left the ring in anger but came back to the ring and praised Usyk after a moment’s discussion with his team.
Joshua said, “Usyk is one hell of a fighter. That’s just emotion. If you knew my story, you’d understand the passion. I’m not an amateur boxer.
“I was going to jail and I got bail and I started training. If I got sentenced, I wanted to be able to fight.
“It shows the passion we put into this. For this guy to beat me tonight, shows the levels of hard work he must have put in so please give him a round of applause as heavyweight champion of the world.
“They said that I’m not a 12-round fighter. I ain’t 14 stone, I’m 18 stone, I’m heavy. It’s hard work. This guy here is phenomenal.”