Boxing: Brook chasing Khan after win
Monday 19 March 2012
Kell Brook is targeting a blockbuster showdown with Amir Khan which promoter Eddie Hearn insists can attract 50,000 people to an outdoor venue in England.
Brook continued his ascent to elite level at the weekend, impressing 10,000 fans at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield by outclassing fellow Briton Matthew Hatton. The unbeaten 25-year-old welterweight, who has been on the cusp of a world title challenge for some time, proved his box office appeal and big-fight temperament with a superb performance of poise and power en route to a unanimous points victory.
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