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The former IBF world welterweight champion, Kell Brook has lit the fuse ahead of what could be a super fight showdown between himself and the undefeated knockout sensation and WBC jr-middleweight world champion, Jermell Charlo.

‘The Special One’ made a return to winning ways in his first foray into the super welterweight division. He looked sharp and accurate and landed a series of clean thudding blows to stop the usually game Sergey Rabchenko inside of two rounds.

In that fight, the WBC silver title was on the line and the victory ensured Brook rapidly climbed the rankings and moved ever closer to securing a fight with the organisation’s world champion, Jermell Charlo.

Brook evaluated the challenge that the smaller Charlo twin will pose if they face off in the ring. He shared that Charlo while is ‘ exciting and explosive’, he is not the top dog or lion he claims to be but ensured that he is!

“[Charlo is] exciting and explosive. He’s a good all-rounder. He’s a bit unknown at the minute, his name is not massive, but the hardcore boxing fans know that Charlo’s a real champion.”

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