Kell Brook says it will be difficult to walk away from box ing after tonight’s fight against Amir Khan.
Despite previous comments that suggested the 35-year-old still believes his career has big fights left to explore there was a slight change of direction when speaking to the BetFred Lightweight Boxing Show.
Hosts Dominic McGuinness and Anthony Crolla were in Manchester to talk to the headline acts and undercard as the hours count down to the highly anticipated main event.
Khan v Brook provides the winner with bragging rights, pride, elation, and the knowledge that you beat your biggest rival. For Brook, who won the IBF welterweight world title seven and a half years ago, could it be time to call it a day or will victory delay the end of the story for the Sheffield man?
“One fight at a time,” said Brook.
“For this training camp it’s been so easy to train. It’s been a joy. My mojo is back. “It’s going to be hard to say end of the road. We’ll sit down with immediate family. What else do I need to prove? I’ve become world champion, earnt a few quid, boxed Golovkin, pound-for-pound fighters. What else do I need to prove?”
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