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Kell Brook Gets Revenge, Drops and Stops Jones

Craven Park Stadium, Hull, Yorkshire - At a catch-weight of 152-pounds, Kell Brook (30-0, 20KOs) stopped Carson Jones (35-10-3, 25KOs) in the eight round. Last July, Brook barely won a twelve round majority decision over Jones, at welterweight. The rematch was scheduled for ten rounds and Brook says he plans to return to the welterweight division. After the first bout with Jones, many questioned his skills and worth as a fighter. He gets his revenge on the critics with a thrilling performance.

Brook was dominating from the first bell. He hurt Jones a few times in the second round and sent him down. Jones took a one-sided beating the third round and the referee appeared to be close to stopping it. Jones began a minor rally in the fourt and caused damage to the nose of Brook. Jones was hurt again early in the sixth, but tried to come back hard in the final minute.

Jones came on very strong in the seventh, pushing forward and landing shots to the head and body, but Brook rallied in the first ten seconds. Another knockdown was scored in the eight after a few shots had Jones in troubel and made his glove touch the mat. Brook then jumped on Jones and continued to land punches until the referee stopped the fight.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by wazaa. on 07-16-2013

Brook can f*ck off until he fights somebody of note. You're f*cking 27 years old and still haven't fought a credible opponent, you complete douche. Kell Brook, the king of bums.

Comment by Bodyshot3 on 07-16-2013

.....I am still unsure about how far Brook can go. He started off with another really nice display of accurate, heavy hitting and Jones was not at the proverbial races. But then Kell seemed to switch off and Jones picked…

Comment by londoner on 07-15-2013

Only a really cupid stunt could label Kell Brook a bum.

Comment by Roberto Vasquez on 07-14-2013

Did no one see Canelo against Matthew Hatton? 12 rounds. Brook completely destroyed Hatton over the same distance. By the logic some people here are using that means he's better than Canelo. It's false logic because boxing doesn't work like…

Comment by EvilGenius on 07-14-2013

Brook is an overrated BUM Alexander would have easily beaten him.. Khan boxes his dick off.. He better stick to UK and keep fighting Bums.

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