After numerous long periods of this way and that discussion in the media between rivals Amir Khan and Kell Brook, the pair will at last get an opportunity to resolve their debate inside the ring on Feb 19. Yet, presently Brook has straightforwardly uncovered that there’s really a rematch statement in their agreement should Khan lose this battle – something Brook recommends to Sky Sports that Khan was especially enthused about.
“I accept there is a rematch provision and I don’t know if he’ll need to take that rematch proviso or not with how I need to treat him in this battle,” Brook told Sky Sports News. “I pass on it to my administrator, my father and to my group,” Brook said. “All I’m keen on is this battle. I truly do realize that there will be a rematch assuming Amir Khan needs that. Assuming Amir Khan needs another beatdown he can have one.”
Driving into this session Khan has conformed to Team Crawford and has been preparing out of Omaha and Colorado Springs, telling the boxing media that the hard preparation has him in top state of being and prepared to place on a show against Brook. Khan wouldn’t straightforwardly say that he was the person who demanded a rematch condition for this battle, yet did transparently affirm its presence by thinking that assuming this is such a decent battle that fans need, why not place a system to make a potential spin-off simple to fall off.
Khan and Brook will crash one month from now in a battle extremely past due, and with the two sides positive about a thorough triumph traveled their direction, both are suspicious the other would even need to proceed with a subsequent battle.