By Scott Gilfoid: Kell Brook wants the rematch with Errol Spence Jr. in the junior middleweight division at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, England. Brook, 31, is still bothered by his 11th round knockout loss he suffered against Spence last year, and he wants to try and avenge it if he can.
By Scott Gilfoid: Errol Spence Jr. says he’ll gladly face Kell Brook in a rematch at 154 if he captures a world title in that division. Brook still doesn’t have a world title belt at junior middleweight, but he captured the WBC Silver 154 lb. title last Saturday. That’s not a world title, but it puts him in the position to fight WBC champion Jermell Charlo. That fight is there for Brook if he and his promoter Eddie Hearn are willing to take it.
By Allan Fox: Amir Khan didn’t like the way Kell Brook went out on one knee in his 11th round knockout loss to Errol Spence Jr. on May 27 at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, England. Khan feels that if he fights Brook, he’ll just quit against him just like he did in his fight with Spence. It’s difficult to imagine Brook quitting against Khan like he did with Spence, but you never know.
By Adam Godfrey: For two fights in succession, former IBF Welterweight World Champion Kell Brook elected to take on men considered within the top ten pound-for-pound punchers in the world. First up was Gennady Golovkin, who looked nailed on to face British contender Chris Eubank Jr. (more on that later) before Brook stepped in at the last minute.
By Scott Gilfoid: Former world champion Chris Eubank did not like to see Kell Brook (36-2, 25 KOs) choosing to quit on one knee in his 11th round knockout loss to Errol Spence Jr. (22-0, 19 KOs) last month in their fight on May 27 in their fight in front of 27,000 boxing fans at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, England. Brook took a knee twice in that fight in the 10th and 11th rounds.
By Damian Poole: Bramball Lane, May 27th witnessed the crowning of the new IBF Welterweight champion – Errol Spence Jr. (22-0, 19 KOs), who defeated the brave and talented Kell Brook (38-2, 25KOs) in front of 27,000 British fans. A couple of questions I wish to address in this article are: Was Spence too much for Brook? Is all the Spence hype justified? Or was it a case of a lucky one in a million shot? First thing is first, part of being British is keeping a stiff upper lip, walking around with a crumpet up our backside, and admitting when one is wrong. So, I would like to take this opportunity to say… The best man won on that night. Congratulations to the new IBF champion, Errol Spence Jr and his team.
By Rob Blakeman: So clearly there had been an uneven load caused by repairs to the first eye socket injury incurred by Brook. No one thought of that?!? I personally was astounded when the BBBC granted him license to fight again so soon after that horrific injury caused in the GGG fight. In any case it seems that the titanium plates fitted to the right orbital had caused stress and uneven distribution of tension to the opposing side of Brooks face.
By Scott Gilfoid: Former IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook (36-2, 25 KOs) had a number of fighters taking shots at him last Saturday night following him taking a knee and appearing to quit in the 11th round in his title defense against Errol Spence Jr. (22-0, 19 KOs) at Bramall Lane, in Sheffield, England.
By David Alexander: Errol Spence Jr. (22-0, 19 KOs) proved to be the real deal last Saturday night in Bramall Lane, UK by beating Kell Brook (36-2, 25 KOs) in 11 rounds by stoppage in front of 27,000 hostile fans. Spence became the IBF welterweight champion by beating ‘Special K’ in his hometown of Sheffield, England.
By Scott Gilfoid: One question that has been heavily debated by fans ever since last Saturday night is whether Kell Brook quit after taking a knee in the 11th round last Saturday night against Errol Spence Jr? It looked like Brook chose to quit rather than continue fighting and go out on his shield the way that many of the fighters in the past have done. Brook, 31, had suffered an eye injury to his left eye at some point in the second half of the fight.