Boxing News: Kell Brook is ‘angry’ over his success, according to Amir Khan

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Source: Skysports

Boxing News: Kell Brook has been accused by Amir Khan of being “bitter” and having “hatred” for his professional success.

In the largest all-British fight outside of the heavyweight division, Khan and Brook will finally resolve their feud on February 19 in Manchester.

At a press conference on Monday, they clashed, were hauled apart by security, and argued vehemently.

Khan claims that their antagonism stems from: “What I’ve accomplished in sports. I’ve got a name. You can tell he’s enraged.

“What is the extent of my celebrity? That is due to my accomplishments in the sport of boxing. It’s not for any other reason.

“I’ve put on fantastic performances, won world titles, and established a reputation in America. Everything stems from boxing.

“How can you sneer at something like that?

“I’ve taken advantage of what I’ve accomplished in boxing.

“That irritates him.

“He is free to despise me as much as he likes. He’ll despise me even more once I defeat him!

“Knowing that he despises me will only motivate me to train harder.”

Brook and Khan are both past world champions and the top two welterweights in the United Kingdom.

Khan claims to have always held himself to a higher level than Brook: “For me, this is a step backwards. Going into this encounter, I’m already down a few levels.

“There are greater names and more difficult fights.

“However, I felt obligated to deliver this to the British fans.

“As a result, I’ve been forced to resign in order to beat him and show the British public who the best is.”

Brook stated, ” “It’s a private matter. It’s not a fabrication. We don’t get along.

“I’m in the middle of my career’s grudge match.

“I have not misplaced anything. I’m 35 years old. Terence Crawford and Shawn Porter are both 34, and they just had a great battle. Crawford is one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the world.

“I still have the power, the timing, and the expertise.

“It’ll be one of my most impressive performances.

“It’s all about the ego. Consider this: whoever loses will have to deal with the consequences for the rest of their lives.

“In training, I’ll push myself through hell.

“I peered into his eyes and saw that he was aware that I was approaching.

“He didn’t want to fight, but he’s been forced into it. It’s something I’ve wanted for a long time.”

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