Kell Brook is without a doubt one of British boxing’s most promising talents at this moment in time.
The Sheffield boxer is undefeated after 31 fights and last weekend’s success against Vyacheslav Senchenko sent out a big message across the welterweight division.
Brook is now the mandatory challenger for Devon Alexander’s IBF Welterweight Title, bur after the Senchenko fight it wasn't made clear exactly which fight the Yorkshire born boxer would be taking next.
The 27-year-old told Sky Sports News: “I want Broner. I want Khan. I want the massive fights. I don’t want to leave boxing without being in with the top guys in my division.
"I'm excited about all the possible opponents. We have history with Devon. The Khan talk has been going on a while and this new kid, Broner, who talks trash and pretends to be something he isn't; he can also get it."
Amir Khan has set his sights on a big money clash with Floyd Mayweather Jr, so it is unlikely Brook’s next opponent will be his fellow countryman.
However, promoter Eddie Hearn confirmed Brook’s ambition to take on the light-welterweight fighter from Bolton, saying: “Kell wants to win a world title, but he'd take the Khan fight for no world title."
The ‘Special One’ was ecstatic after knocking out Senchenko at the weekend and now he believes he deserves his chance to mix it amongst the sport's very best.
“I want to be in those massive fights. After that performance I belong at the top level. I am happy now and injury free. I've had some bad times and I hated boxing with my injuries. I
couldn't train. The opportunity was there and (because of injury) I was heart broken. I'm on to another chapter now though and I've come back with a bang," he said.
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