Kell Brook claims he's now done with pursuing a fight with Amir Khan after attending his weigh-in with Terence Crawford yesterday.
Brook tweeted earlier in the week that we was indeed in New York City and there was a school of thought that he was in the city because of his domestic rival.
However, the Sheffield-born fighter has declared that he is here because of Crawford.
Speaking to GIVEMESPORT in Madison Square Garden yesterday, Brook was adamant that the American was his primary focus.
"I'm not here for Khan," he said. "I've got no time for that kid, I'm here for Crawford and I believe he's going to win tomorrow night in style."
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Brook's stance appears to put an end to any thoughts of a potential bout between him and Khan in the future.
If Crawford is to win his 35th bout against Khan this evening, it seems Brook would be keen on pursuing one of the pound-for-pound kings himself.
When asked to predict how the bout in Madison Square Garden will go, Brook was confident that Crawford would get the job done in eight rounds.
"Seven, eight rounds," he said. "I think Khan's going to start good, he'll have his moments, but I believe that Crawford is going his range, his timing, his rhythm and take control of the fight."
Brook also believes the fight will not follow a similar pattern to Khan's loss against Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez, as he doesn't believe the Nebraska fighter possesses the same power.
"I don't think Crawford punches as hard as Canelo, but I think he's going to chop him down and he's going to stop him."
Bud has stopped 25 of his 34 opponents throughout his illustrious career and he'll be eager to add his 26th in the iconic Madison Square Garden.
Amir Khan challenges undefeated Terence Crawford for the WBO World Welterweight belt, live on BT Sport Box Office, Saturday 20th April. For more information go to www.bt.com/btsportboxofficeNews Now - Sport News