Professional boxer Yusaf Mack, who has fought several world champions, claimed that he was drugged and does not remember having sex with two men for a video that is now available on a gay subscription website, but he admitted to agreeing to take part in the porn film and getting paid $4,500 for it, the Daily Mail reported, which added that Mack, who is engaged to a woman, traveled to New York to produce what he believed would be a heterosexual porn scene.

“My whole life, I've been what they call a wh–emonger. I love females,” Mack was quoted by the Daily Mail after he spoke to the Philadelphia Daily News. “The only time I touch a man is when I'm in the ring fighting.”

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For the x-rated production, Mack went to an address in the Bronx, where he said there were naked women walking around, the Daily Mail claimed.

“I needed a drink or something. They gave me a pill and a shot of vodka. I took the pill down with the vodka,” he was quoted by the Daily Mail, which added that Mack claimed he has no memory from that point.  However, between the time of taking the pill and waking up in Philadelphia, Mack appears to have engaged in explicit and extensive sex acts with two men and was filmed doing so, the Daily Mail stated.

Mack said he chose to forget about what happened, the article stated, but everything came to light on October 16, when he was in Philadelphia and realized some of his friends were not speaking to him.  Finally someone pulled him aside and explained that people had seen the video.

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He told the Philadelphia Daily News he still has not seen the video and wants to track down the people who made it, but he has forgotten his Facebook password and has not been able to contact them.

“I'm just hurt right now,” he said to the Daily News. “Everybody thinks I'm going to hurt myself. I've got to stay strong for my children.”

DawgPound USA, the website that hosts the video, did not respond to questions, the Daily Mail reported.