Former boxer claims he was drugged for gay porn romp BY Carl Stoffers NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, October 27, 2015, 1:07 PM A A A Share this URL Eric Jamison/AP Yusaf Mack, (L) fought professionally for 14 years, retiring with a record of 31-8-2. Yusaf Mack remembers everything except for the gay threesome. Last June, when the Philly-born retired boxer found himself short on cash, an anonymous Facebook offer to film a heterosexual scene for a porn flick seemed to be the answer to his financial woes. Mack said he hopped a train and eventually found his way to an apartment in the Bronx where there were naked women milling around, preparing to film. "I think, 'It's about to go down.' I needed a drink or something," Mack, who said he signed up for the role after he was contacted by an anonymous Facebook user, told Philly.com. "They gave me a pill and a shot of vodka. I took the pill down with the vodka." RELATED: Yusaf Mack plans run to light-heavy title Mack told the website that he remembers nothing after taking the pill until waking up as his train pulled into Philadelphia's 30th Street Station later that day. But he had $4,500 in his pocket and his financial troubles were over. Mack said he didn't think about what transpired in the Bronx — and the blank spot in his memory — until a friend informed him that people found an adult video online showing the prize fighter having a threesome with two other men. dawgpoundusa.com Mack claimed he was drugged and doesn't remember anything about performing with two other men for a gay porn website. But Mack, a father of 10, denied any knowledge of making the adult film. "My whole life, I've been what they call a whoremonger. I love females," Mack told the website. "The only time I touch a man is when I'm in the ring fighting." Mack said he does not remember the location in the Bronx where he went to film the scene, and he cannot reach the account that contacted him on Facebook because he forgot his password, according to Philly.com. He is convinced that the pill he took upon arriving at the apartment was a drug, possibly GHB — but it wasn’t immediately clear if he was preparing to take any legal action. "I'm just hurt right now," he told the website. "I can't really sleep at night, but I'm getting by. Everybody thinks I'm going to hurt myself. I've got to stay strong for my children." Scott Heavey/Getty Images Yusaf Mack weighs in prior to a bout in 2012.