THE RING No. 1 rated welterweight, Kell Brook, faces Diego Chaves on Oct. 24 and the bout will be broadcast in the U.K. and the U.S.
Having already faced Diego Chaves, welterweight Tim Bradley has a warning for IBF titlist Kell Brook, who faces Chaves on Oct. 24.
RingTV’s Alan Massengale spoke with Tim Bradley and Brandon Rios about their Nov. 7 welterweight showdown at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.
British star Kell Brook moves into THE RING pound for pound list and sets his sights on surpassing the unbeaten record of the recently retired Floyd Mayweather.
Kell Brook will defend his IBF welterweight title against Diego Chaves in his hometown of Sheffield, England, on Oct. 24, according to the Argentine contender.
The eagerly anticipated all-British showdown between Amir Khan and Kell Brook moves closer as early negotiations begin between both camps.
IBF welterweight title holder Kell Brook is in no mood to hang around as he targets a showdown with American contender Brandon Rios before the end of the summer. “There’s talk about Rios and that’s a fight that really excites me,” the Sheffield, England native told Sky Sports News HQ. “We all know Rios comes to fight. He loves to be entertaining for the fans and that’s what I want to do.”
In this week’s Monday mailbag, fans from both sides of The Pond share their thoughts on Kell Brook’s domination of Frankie Gavin, Amir Khan’s tough outing against Chris Algieri, Lee Selby’s title win against Evgeny Gradovich, Anthony Joshua’s demolition of Kevin Johnson and what might be next for the weekend’s winners. Enjoy!
In a fight for the connoisseurs rather than the casuals, Sheffield’s welterweight titleholder Kell Brook took his time and patiently dissected the challenge of fellow Briton Frankie Gavin on Saturday at London’s O2 Arena, before suddenly trading subtlety for savagery in round six and stopping the southpaw against the ropes. Brook retained his IBF belt and extended his unbeaten run to 35 fights.
There was barely a shred of fat to be had at the weigh-in for the huge Matchroom Boxing show which takes place on Saturday at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday.
In this week’s Friday mailbag, fans share thoughts on tomorrow’s quadrupleheader in London featuring Kell Brook-Frankie Gavin, Jorge Linares-Kevin Mitchell, Evgeny Gradovich-Lee Selby and Anthony Joshua-Kevin Johnson, plus all-British mythical matchups, love for Nigel Benn, questions about Freddie Roach, Alexander Povetkin and Chris Algieri, and much more. Enjoy!
This Saturday unbeaten British star Kell Brook defends his IBF welterweight title against countryman Frankie Gavin in London. The hard-hitting Sheffield product promises to build on the explosive performance he posted against Jo Jo Dan in March, with an eye toward Floyd Mayweather Jr. in September.
Kell Brook’s defense of his IBF welterweight title this Saturday will be the latest all-British (England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales) world-title fight in the modern era, going back to 1980 when Jim Watt faced Charlie Nash.
Frankie Gavin isn’t intimated by the prospect of challenging Kell Brook, THE RING’s No. 1-rated 147 pounder, for the IBF title on Saturday in London. The once-beaten British prospect is confident that his technical southpaw style and recent activity will enable him to pull what would be considered a huge upset.
Former five-division world titleholder Oscar De La Hoya believes Jorge Linares’ WBC lightweight title defense against Britain’s Kevin Mitchell, which takes place in London, England, on May 30, will be a highly competitive all-action encounter.