'Riverdale' star Mark Consuelos restrained after confronting son's high school wrestling opponent

'Riverdale' star Mark Consuelos restrained after confronting son's high school wrestling opponent

Mark Consuelos, best known for his portrayal of Mateo Santos on the ABC soap opera All My Children and Hiram Lodge in Riverdale, had to be restrained after confronting his teenage son's high school wrestling opponent during their match.

TMZ posted a video of the Riverdale actor rushing onto the wrestling mat during a match which involved his 16-year-old son Joaquin,

It is believed that Mark's wife Kelly Ripa, 49, was also at the sporting event which took place in Long Island, New York.

Check out Mark Consuelos's wife Kelly Ripa all the way back in 2004 filming The Regis and Kelly Show:

The video posted on Saturday shows Mark interrupting the match after things get heated between his youngest child, Joaquin, and his opponent. The teenagers appear to be fiercely slapping each other when Mark's son drops to the mat and his opponent rips off his headgear.

It is at that moment that the actor loses his cool, goes on to the mat and appears to approach his son's opponent. Concerned parents can be heard yelling at him to get off the mat, and another adult comes to push him back towards the stands.

“What are you crazy or what?” an observer can be heading saying. “Be cool, it’s a f**king high school wrestling match.”

Check out the footage below - it starts 34 seconds into this commentary video:

The two boys later shook hands and carried on with the match, which, according to TMZ, Joaquin's opponent ended up winning. TMZ also reports that TV host Kelly Ripa, “kept her cool” in the stands.

Mark and Kelly are parents to three children: Michael, 22, Lola, 18, and Joaquin, 16.

Per USA Today, Kelly revealed during her friend Andy Cohen's stint as a guest host on an episode of Live With Ryan and Kelly that Andy has "confused" her into thinking she wants another baby.

"I was putting it out there for [Mark] last night," she joked, "And [he] was like 'It's all right, let's be grateful for what we have."