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Brook threw a bit of fuel into the fire when he replied to Khan’s Floyd Mayweather call out on Twitter.

“Get in with me n I’ll fast track ya into collecting your pension,” tweeted Brook to Khan.

In August Khan made his stance quite clear and said that he won’t do the fight as long as Eddie Hearn is involved. Though lately, Khan has been hinting that he might be open to fighting Brook in 2018 despite the promoters presence.

“I’d still like to see Brook and Khan, and hopefully we can make it,” said Hearn in an interview with Fighthype.com

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