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Brook Vows To Prove Doubters Wrong With Porter Win

Kell Brook insists he will fulfil his world title destiny when he faces IBF welterweight champion Shawn Porter on August 16 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California - live on Sky Sports.

'The Special One' has landed in Las Vegas to complete his preparations for his clash with the unbeaten Ohio star in Los Angeles.

The Sheffield man has shrugged off the disappointment of having three world title dates with former champion Devon Alexander cancelled through injury to both men as he homes in on taking 'Showtime's' title.

"It feels unbelievable knowing that all my dreams are going to come true in two weeks' time," said Brook.

"I am focusing on my dream. People have been writing me off but that has just made me push on even more.

"All the injuries and speculation was frustrating - but I was taking it one day at a time and listening to my team around me.

"They were telling me that my time would come so I kept moving forward and believing in my team and ticking over in fights - and now I'm in the position I want to be ... the big one.

"I was worried in a way that it wouldn't happen, but I was constantly talking to [promoter] Eddie [Hearn]and the fact is there's no way they could've boxed anyone else for the IBF as I was mandatory.

"I know nothing is ever nailed on until you are in the ring but I believed in my team and they told me it was going to happen."

While Brook was waiting for his shot at the title, he exacted revenge on Carson Jones, stopped former world champion Vyacheslav Senchenko and swatted aside Alvaro Robles.

He was also watching with interest as the IBF crown was changing hands in the States, with Porter taking the title from Alexander in December and then stopping Paulie Malignaggi in April.

Malignaggie, the popular New Yorker, has spoken to Brook ahead of his bout.

"It was good of Paulie to call me up and have a chat," said Brook. "He gave me some knowledge about Porter and we take all that with open arms.

"I know he'll bring it all because he is up against it. I'm expecting a dog fight, expecting to box and fight - every different situation possible in the ring.

"I was 100 percent confident of beating Devon Alexander but Shawn beat him and beat him well. I have watched him in action - he's determined, aggressive, he comes forward and he wants to win.

"He possesses power and has all the ingredients of a dangerous man, but he's facing someone in me that is a lion, who wants something he's got and is coming to take it.

"I have been in camp for about 13 weeks - I've been to America, in Sheffield and over in Spain. No stone has been left unturned for this, no corners cut.

"I feel great, my weight is great, I'm fuelled up for training and I have never been at a better weight."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by londoner on 08-03-2014

Brook got shaken up by Senchenko and Carson Jones and if Porter gets him hurt you can't help but feel he has the tools to force a stoppage but Kell is a sharp boxer with sting in his own shots…

Comment by dan_cov on 08-03-2014

[QUOTE=knockoutkid;14821086]he needs some tough sparring partners out there, and what gym is he training at? he could do with sparring jones or abregu, someone tough.[/QUOTE] Hes been out sparring in Macklins gym against unbeaten Russian Roman Belaev among others

Comment by knockoutkid on 08-03-2014

he needs some tough sparring partners out there, and what gym is he training at? he could do with sparring jones or abregu, someone tough.

Comment by Mr. Punch-Out!! on 08-02-2014

[QUOTE=mrbigshot;14818807]brook will get rag dolled by porter, [B]porter has fought better competition [/B]and is more proven. brook got wobbled by senchecko - no way he does not get lit up by porter TKO FOR porter[/QUOTE] What better competition?

Comment by Wicky on 08-02-2014

[QUOTE=CubanBox;14818687]Porter is gonna walk right through this mf[/QUOTE] Yeah, right. Turkey. Porter ain't walking through anyone unless they're as feather fisted as Paulie. Learn about boxing.

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