Sheffield’s Kell Brook has confirmed he is set to return in June on the Anthony Joshua-Jarrell Miller undercard in New York. ‘The Special One’ has not fought since beating Michael Zerafa at the Sheffield Arena in December.
He continues to prepare for a career at super-welterweight and Brook confirms he is now back in training ahead of a June return.
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Brook admits he is willing to campaign at welterweight or super-welterweight and he admits he is looking for a huge performance before stepping up to a big name.
He told Sky Sports: “My Dad has been speaking to Eddie and it’s looking like we’re going to be added to the AJ bill. The Anthony Joshua bill in New York.
“That would be a good box ticked. I’ve always wanted to box at Madison Square Garden and I’m looking for titles. I want some big names, so that’s where we stand.
“It’s a big bill, you’ve got AJ-Miller and Madison Square Garden. Every young fighter growing up, they always want to box at those kind of venues, as well as Las Vegas, MGM.
“Wherever the excitement is. I can still make welterweight. I believe this fight will probably be at catchweight, between 154lbs and 147lbs. We have this fight and then we move to a big name.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.