Brook described Khan as a ‘drama queen’ and vowed to end his fellow Brit’s career

Boxer Kell Brook has stated ‘drama queen’ Amir Khan ‘needs to be gone from boxing.’ Furthermore, he has vowed to end his fellow Brit’s career if their proposed fight goes ahead next year.

Promoter Eddie Hearn disclosed on Wednesday how there is eagerness from both sides to make the welterweight fight happen. After a series of attempts to get the two Brits in the ring, Old Trafford is a possible setting for the fight in May.

The two fighters, who are both coming off defeats, have exchanged insults on social media this week. However, Brook is keen to put his rival in his hole if the fight is fixed.

Brook said:”We need to get that drama queen signed up so as to get rid of him for good.”

‘I’m ready to sign and willing to do the job, get in there and end Khan’s career’ he added.

‘Khan needs to be gone from boxing, to be honest, and I’m the man to do it’.

Khan has evidently been in some big fights, and he needs this kind of fight to get up in the morning brook mumbled.

Brook is ready to go whenever is concluded.

How they stand against each other

Khan tweeted earlier this week that he wants to be the next guy to smash Kelly Brook’s face. Consequently, the Sheffielder replied by mocking his rival’s defeat at the hands of Saul Alvarez.

Brook’s latest trip saw him step up to middleweight to face Gennady Golovkin at the O2 Arena in October. In spite of putting his body on the line, eventually met a crushing defeat after a fifth-round stoppage by Kazakh.

Khan’s last fight was also at middleweight. Moreover, he was Punched out in round six of his WBC world title fight with Alvarez in Las Vegas in May.

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