Moment of ex-heavyweight boxer Julius Francis knocking out reveler while working as a bouncer

Moment ex-heavyweight boxer Julius Francis who once fought Mike Tyson kills reveler while working as bouncer

  • Video shows former British heavyweight champion knocking out man with one blow
  • Man pushed bouncer and yelled obscenities before raising fist at Julius Francis
  • Francis hit the man with a single right punch and knocked him unconscious
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A former British heavyweight boxer now working as a security guard has been filmed taking out a reveler with a single blow in front of shocked bystanders.

Julius Francis, who once fought Mike Tyson, showed he still knew how to pack a punch during the incident outside BOXPARK at Wembley Stadium.

Footage of the incident shared on social media shows how difficult it is to get out of the venue onto the street as a group of men argue as the bouncers try to move them.

A man, dressed in a blue du-rag, can be heard yelling profanity at Francis “Hope you’re having a heart attack, you fat ****” before then pushing a smaller guard.

The scuffle moves away from the front of the venue as the man in the blue du-rag continues to confront other revelers while onlookers can yell “chill.”

Julius Francis, a former British heavyweight boxer who now works as a security guard, is filmed knocking out a rowdy reveler with a single punch in front of shocked bystanders

Former heavyweight boxer Julius Francis drives a group of rowdy revelers from BOXPARK at Wembley

Former heavyweight boxer Julius Francis drives a group of rowdy revelers from BOXPARK at Wembley

Pictured: Former heavyweight boxer Julius Francis herding a group of rowdy revelers from BOXPARK in Wembley (left) as a man, wearing blue du-rags, confronts (right)

Pictured: Julius Francis (left) and Mike Tyson exchange blows during the heavyweight match at the Manchester Evening News Arena in Manchester.  Tyson won by a second round stoppage

Pictured: Julius Francis (left) and Mike Tyson exchange blows during the heavyweight match at the Manchester Evening News Arena in Manchester. Tyson won by a second round stoppage

The man can be seen pushing multiple people and yelling obscenities as the incident appears to escalate.

As the man turns to Francis and appears to be raising his fist, the former pro boxer punches the man’s head with his right hand.

Bystanders reacted with a mixture of shocked breathing and cheers as the stricken man’s friends came to his aid.

The man falls unconscious to the ground as his friends confront Francis, who ran away from the incident, and ask why he hit him.

The man appeared to raise a fist at Francis before being knocked out by the former British champion

The man appeared to raise a fist at Francis before being knocked out by the former British champion

The man was left unconscious after the right-hand blow from former champion Julius Francis

The man was left unconscious after the right-hand blow from former champion Julius Francis

The man is then rolled into the recovery position as his friend is told, “It wasn’t necessary, it wasn’t necessary.”

Francis, now 57 years old, hung up his boxing gloves in 2006 with a professional record of 23-24-1.

The former British heavyweight champion had notable fights against four future or former world heavyweight champions, including John Ruiz in 1994 and Mike Tyson in 2000 – both of which he lost.

The condition of the man who was knocked unconscious is unknown at this time.

Former British boxer Julius Francis (left) takes on Mike Tyson (right) prior to their fight

Former British boxer Julius Francis (left) takes on Mike Tyson (right) prior to their fight

A Met Police spokesperson told MailOnline: “Police are aware of images circulating on social media of an incident involving security personnel and a member of the public outside Boxpark in Wembley.

An investigation is underway into the circumstances, including to establish the identity and well-being of those involved.

“No arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information is requested to contact police at 101 or tweet @MetCC and cite CAD1194/14 June.

“You can also anonymously pass information to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

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