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Khan: I'm Not Saying No To Kell Brook, Fight is Massive

Newly crowned IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook (33-0, 22KOs) is not going to be turned down any longer for a domestic super-fight, according to Amir Khan (29-3, 19KOs). Brook won twelve round majority decision on Saturday night to capture the IBF crown from champion Shawn Porter at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.

Years of bad blood and bad feelings have built up. Brook is now going to push even harder to get a fight with Khan, who previously rejected the idea of facing his countryman until he won a world title.

"A fight with Kell Brook will be massive in the UK and I am not saying no," Khan said on Sky Sports.

"Kell thought I would say no to that fight but I am agreeing to it. I will take the fight with both hands. I am a young fighter and I want to give the British fans what they want and come on, let's get it on."

A clash between the unbeaten Brook and Khan would likely command an outdoor arena, with the former's promoter, Eddie Hearn, having previously suggested Bramall Lane, the ground of his fighter's favorite football team, Sheffield United.

But if momentum for the fight builds a bigger venue could possibly be on the cards, with Hearn having said he wants to repeat his summer sell-out at Wembley for the Carl Froch-George Groves fight.

"I love these big fights. I know what it's like to have tasted them and what it's going to be like at Wembley. It would be amazing if we got it there in the UK but it's up to my team," Khan said.

"But, look, I am ready."

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by The_Demon on 08-18-2014

Iv'e said for years Brook would beat Khan if they were to fight and I stand by it,horrible style match-up for Amir,Brook would be so much stronger and would knock him out within 6 imo

Comment by FrankieBruno on 08-18-2014

[QUOTE=gmc_rfc_06;14866958]Brook and Khan will make far more against each other than they would against Mayweather. That's how big Khan-Brook is over here.[/QUOTE] depending on the split i'd say 4 to 6 mil each then also endorsements, sponsorship money etc..and whatever…

Comment by gmc_rfc_06 on 08-18-2014

Brook and Khan will make far more against each other than they would against Mayweather. That's how big Khan-Brook is over here.

Comment by FrankieBruno on 08-18-2014

[QUOTE=theboxingguru;14866950]Brook will probably be Mayweather's top choice for his next fight. It's a chance to fight in the UK in front of 80,000, capture another belt an stick it to Khan.[/QUOTE] Floyd will never fight in the UK, not against…

Comment by theboxingguru on 08-18-2014

[QUOTE=Lullaby;14865586]If Brook says no to Khan fight he'd miss the Biggest Payday of his whole career and chance to fight at Wembley in front of 80,000 people :ugh:[/QUOTE] Brook will probably be Mayweather's top choice for his next fight. It's…

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