Former international boxing judge Chuck Giampa retired from the ring to embark on a new life as a TV pundit at the weekend.
It was a big move for the veteran of over 100 world title fights - but sadly, his TV career received a knockout punch almost instantly as he froze on air after being introduced to viewers for the very first time.
Even funnier than Chuck's brainfreeze was that fact that his gaffe made it look as if there is nothing whatsover going through the mind of a top boxing judge, an assessment that may be shared by many of those who have witnessed his often controversial scoring at bouts including Bernard Hopkins v Joe Calzaghe or Floyd Mayweather v Oscar de la Hoya.
Giampa hung his head with a look of gloom after fluffing a line that he'd no doubt been practising, then managed to ensure his post-bout dressing down by his new bosses would be even worse as he blurted out a four-letter word in frustration. Sadly, our spoilsport lawyers have sadly made us edit that bit out.
None of it bothered Giampa's fellow commentators, who either hadn't been listening to a word their new colleague said or else showed admirable steel in managing not to laugh at the new boy for his blunder.