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Photos: Kell Brook Makes Good on Battering Senchenko

Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield - In an IBF final welterweight eliminator, Kell Brook (31-0, 21KOs) stopped former WBA champion Vyacheslav Senchenko (34-2, 23KOs) in the fourth round.

Brook was faster, stronger, and landing the sharper punches when the fight started off. In the third, Brook was landing some big punches the floored Senchneko very hard and he got up on unsteady legs. Brook went in for the kill and he was trying to finish Senchenko off with combinations. Senchenko was trying to counter, landed a few, and made it to the bell.

Senchenko continued to unload early in the fourth. Out of nowhere, Senchenko caught Brook on the chin and shook him up. Senchenko followed up with more punches to take the fight to Brook. But then Brook battled back and dropped Senchenko with a massive punch. This time Senchenko was so hurt that he barely was capable of walking to the referee, who quickly waved things off.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by shoog on 10-27-2013

Senchenko straight up quit after getting dropped in the 4th, hopefully thats the last we see of him.

Comment by Straightener on 10-27-2013

Considering how long kels been out of the ring I thought he looked pretty sharp Got the knock out in exciting fight and people still talk shiz Ha classic

Comment by mathed on 10-27-2013

Brook still didn't impress me too much. It looked like Senchenko wasn't with it, very bad balance and he didn't use the jab effectively while Brook did.

Comment by Doctor_Tenma on 10-27-2013

Kell didn't look good, he needs to fix his fundamentals. Look at the placement of his right hand when he puts his guard up......it's a good 2-3 inches away from his face, this is why Senchenko kept shooting lead left…

Comment by Boxing Goat on 10-27-2013

[QUOTE=belmondoss;13879708]have you seen shaking legs and dance of Kel Brook in fourth round after right hand of Senchenko?[/QUOTE] No I haven't seen the fight yet.

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