Michael B. Jordan dubbed "Michael B Handsome" by Jonathan Major

Majors and “Black Panther” director Ryan Coogler delivered heartfelt speeches paying tribute to their friend and colleague.

They couldn’t resist making a “shameless plug” for the trio’s new movie out Friday, “Creed III,” while accepting the honor.

“First, I love my brother,” Majors said.

"When I move around Mike or Creed or Donnie or Michael B. I’m reminded of the tale of Hercules.

The story of a young man who was born as a mortal ... Michael, to me, represents a mythical character". he added.

Directed by Jordan and produced by Coogler, the latest installment in the “Creed” franchise stars Jordan and Majors as childhood friends-turned-boxing foes.

Jordan and Majors also both play villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Majors also recalled Jordan rushing to his aid and telling him, “Everything’s gonna be OK,” after he injured himself on the set of “Creed III.”

“That’s the guy I know, and that’s the guy I’ve come to love,” Majors said.

Coogler has worked with Jordan on multiple projects, including the “Creed”, “Black Panther”, “Fruitvale Station”.

Coogler said  “the luckiest director on the planet” while collaborating with the “Friday Night Lights” alum and the late Chadwick Boseman on “Black Panther.”