Brook blasts to comeback win

What time is Kell Brook's next fight on? Live stream info for super welterweight Rabchenko match

What time is Kell Brook's next fight on? Live stream info for super welterweight Rabchenko match

Many fighters don't realise their new weaknesses until it's too late, but for some, the wane can materialise right in front of their eyes.

Kell Brook made an explosive and positive return to the sport following his IBF World welterweight title defeat to Errol Spence jr last May.

Brook believes stepping up in weight has helped him fall back in love with boxing, following two fractured eye sockets. "The feeling is back again, the confidence has grown".

Division dominance could be on offer if Brook impresses enough on Saturday at his new weight to land a date with the victor of the April unification fight for the WBA and IBO belts between Americans Erislandy Lara and Jarrett Hurd.

He said on Thursday: 'I'm not used losing but I've had two in a row.

"Now it's about Saturday and doing what I've been saying". I'm ready for it.

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The 31-year-old made light work of Rabchenko, and now says he is putting the super-welterweight champions "on notice". To see all these people turn out, get myself in shape, my life could not be any better now and I've not hurt my hand or anything, so I'll get back in the gym.

The fight is a fascinating encounter, not only because it should be competitive, but because Brook is fighting to silence his doubters, prove his fitness and spark an assault on becoming a two-weight world champion.

More likely, then, is focusing on winning another world title. Even when I was a teenager, I always wanted to move up the weights and win belts as I grow. "We need to fill that arena, and I need to get to the venue, so I believe the "Beast from the East" has calmed right down now".

Brook (37-2, 26 KOs) could not afford another defeat after being stopped by American Errol Spence and Kazakhstan's Gennady Golovkin in his previous two fights. It was all about getting timing right, and I was getting it right and I knew I buckled him. "The feeling I get from going out there, hearing "All of the Lights" and doing my thing in front of all of the fans, it's incredible for me, that's my drug and I can't wait to get back in there".

Brook and Rabchenko clash on a huge night of action in the Steel City with the chief support provided by a crunch showdown between world-rated Super-Bantamweights Gamal Yafai and Gavin McDonnell.

"You get so much out of yourself when you're not completely killing and draining yourself".

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