Eddie Hearn surprised his crew at Matchroom Fight Camp with a bit of karaoke ahead of the final card on Saturday.
Hearn, 41, has but on four weeks of fights in the back garden of his childhood home in Essex.
Eddie Hearn covered the Bill Withers classic at Matchroom Fight Camp
The coronavirus pandemic caused most sporting events across the globe to be postponed or cancelled over the recent months.
To get boxing back on our screens, Hearn has held fights at the Matchroom HQ in a ‘bubble’ where everyone must pass a COVID-19 test before being allowed out of their room.
The curtain call for Fight Camp will be a clash between Dillian Whyte and Alexander Povetkin for the WBC diamond belt. Katie Taylor is also defending her world titles against Delfine Persoon.
Dillian Whyte takes on Alexander Povetkin on Saturday night
Hearn provided the entertainment on the eve of the much anticipated fight card with a cover of Bill Withers’ 1971 hit Ain’t No Sunshine.
Hearn said: “I’m going to sing a song that represents the pain and suffering we suffered under lockdown without boxing, Ain’t No Sunshine.”
The Matchroom Fight Camp has been a huge success serving up fight of the year contender in Ted Cheeseman’s unanimous decision win over Sam Eggington in week one.
Terri Harper and Natasha Jonas shared a thrilling draw in the week two headliner while Felix Cash retained his commonwealth middleweight title against Jason Welborn in week three.