Amir Khan vs Kell Brook fight declared openly their enormous British battle at AO Arena in Manchester on 19th February. This will be live on Sky Sports Box Office, as the harsh enemies finally resolve their long-running conflict.

At AO Arena in Manchester, their long-awaited showdown will take place. Everyone is hoping that Khan and Brook’s hectic conflict will be stopped at last when they will share the ring.

The British pair have succeeded in vast world title fights during their thrilling careers. And at this point, the downfall is now ridiculous for Khan and Brook. Now they will be on the line with their proud legacies.

Through the previous seven years, Khan and Brook have been orbiting each other frequently.

In 2016, an approval seemed near only for discussions to plunge though at the eleventh hour with Khan. It happened rather striding up two weight lessons to battle Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Brook demanding middleweight king Gennady Golovkin.

Both of them endured substantial defeats. There Brook was suffering a broken eye socket in his stoppage loss in the sixth round, Khan was knocked out devastatingly.

From there, Khan came out now strongly. He has prepared himself for the upcoming fight with Brook. The fight is most exciting for all boxing lovers cause these two are the most ambitious, charismatic, talented boxer now. They are both now located in the same position. After the fight one of them will have to move from the throne. Brook is very much optimistic about the fight. He has recovered from his past injury now. He said that Khan was trying to hide from him all that year and Khan never wanted to fight Brook.

Well, how true the Brook statement is hard to say but Khan had a rough time after losing to WBO champion Terence Crawford in November 2020. After that, if Khan felt a bit out of confidence then there is nothing to blame. But now both players are fully fit and ready to fire up the ring.

What’s been said about Amir Khan vs Kell Brook?

Khan vs Brook fight is the longest waited fight. It will be broadcast by Sky Sports. On Monday in London, they had their conference. The rivalry hit was very much present there. They weren’t much respectful to each other. Head hitting took place and it could turn into a fist-fighting but the bodyguard rapidly took both boxers away from each other.

Brook says, “It’s 17 years this has been being talked about, even in the negotiations it’s been unbelievably hard work.”

“Khan has never given me any respect, he’s never acknowledged me. He’s always said, ‘fight this guy, I’ll fight you and ‘beat this guy, I’ll fight you. He’s always run away, and when it’s come to this part of his career there’s nowhere else to run.”

In reply Khan says, “I respect him as a fighter but I’ve never been scared of any fighter. I’ve never run from Kell. At times in the past, I didn’t think he deserved the fight. But now I’m going to smash him in the face and put him in his place.”

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