Kell Brook: “I’m A Superstar Now So These Big Names Want To Fight Me!”

Kell Brook Feeling Like the Man of the Hour!

Kell Brook looks excited
Kell Brook looks excited

“Superstar” Kell Brook Reinvigorated By His Resurgence Following Khan Victory


During his last in-ring tour of duty, welterweight boxer Kell “Special K” Brook (40-3, 28 KO’s) secured potentially his most emotionally gratifying win of his professional career. During that contest, Brook was able to stop his long-time rival Amir Khan in the sixth round of their grudge match.

Naturally, Special K is riding high on cloud nine having finally silenced his very vocal rival. Even better than this however, is the smorgasbord of beneficial attention that he is receiving following the personally meaningful victory. And as he confirmed with Sky Sports Boxing, it is a dynamic that he is greatly enjoying.

“I’m big news now. It’s like I am a superstar now, so these big names want to fight me! My mojo is back and I personally do want to fight on!”

I WANT MORE BLOOD!

Many have wondered if Brook would snag the win and ride off into the sunset, or soldier on in the brutal sport. Given what the UK bruiser has said himself, it appears evident that we will see him in the squared-circle at least one more time. Yet, while on the topic, Special K admitted it’s no longer the checks or titles that get him excited.

“For me, I like competing, I like challenging myself. When a fighter says that he is better than me, it makes me smirk, it makes me laugh. It makes me want that challenge. You know, it’s what fighters love to do!”

With the rejuvenating win under his belt, its clear that Brook is looking to mix it up with someone else in the very near future. So, let’s see who that turns out to be and if Special K can continue to compete in his current form.

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By: Bakari Simpson

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