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Former IBF world welterweight champion, Kell Brook has once again taken aim at his long-time bitter rival, Amir Khan.
It has been widespread over the last few days, that Khan had travelled to Australia is widely expected to participate in the new edition of  ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here’.

“I think he’s travelled over to the other end of the world to get away from me,” Brook exclusively told Sky Sports. “The next thing he’ll be saying is, if Kell comes to the jungle and lasts longer than he does, he’ll fight me then!

— BOXRAW (@BOXRAW) November 12, 2017

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