Discussion Amir Khan vs. Kell Brook

Khan vs. Brook Winner and How?

  • Amir Khan Stoppage

    Votes: 2 6.7%
  • Amir Khan Decision

    Votes: 6 20.0%
  • Draw

    Votes: 2 6.7%
  • Kell Brook Decision

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Kell Brook Stoppage

    Votes: 20 66.7%

  • Total voters
    30

CamelCase

Teak Tough
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May 21, 2013
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Does anybody outside of Hearn and Brook actually give a shit about this fight?

Brook never had intentions of going all the way where’s Khan did, good on Khan for chasing Crawford, Brook needs to fuck off and retire instead of begging for a fight with Khan.
 
Jun 5, 2013
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Who wins? Hearn and Sky. Certainly not the mongs who pay PPV for a fight between two embarrassments to British boxing.

The entire second half of their careers have been based on chasing Floyd/Khan around with their belt on the floor and pants round their ankles begging for a payday. Every fight is a tune up or a comeback fight. They’re a disgrace and don’t deserve a penny from PPV.

Wish they’d both just bore off and retire to be honest. They aren’t worth a shilling between the pair of them.

Look at someone like Dillian Whyte who, unlike these clowns, has legitimately earned a big fight and payday. He’s been ducked but he doesn’t sit around fighting guys ranked 40th in the world, he looks to build on his position and he hasn’t got half the talent of these two. That’s a proper fighting man.
 
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hossegor france
#9
this whole stadium ppv bollocks for this? men arena sounds about right. the whole thing is just awful though. fights three years too late and its only going to bring out the worst racist mongs.
 
Oct 7, 2015
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#10
I'm not really interested in this fight at all now, both are too late with it by a few years now. Has little to no meaning on the world stage, but I guess it would still hold a certain amount of entertainment value like whyte vs chisora. It's clear as day why this fight hasn't happened and that is Khan, he doesn't want to risk the shame of being beaten by brook. Said it a couple of years ago that brook should concentrate on his own path now, so hopefully with khans latest avoidance scheme he finally does that. The sudden prospect of a Crawford fight is perfect for Khan, a credible reason to avoid brook again now that he's agreed to all the other obstacles Khan has dropped in with weight, hydration etc etc. Khan will happily get beaten by Crawford for half the money because it doesn't carry any shame. He would sooner have multiple beat downs than face Khan, the levels of avoidance are mind boggling considering he reckons he deals with brook, I think his actions tell us differently.

Make no mistake khan hasn't got a chance against Crawford and maybe not a great one against brook and he knows it as well as anyone else.
 

CamelCase

Teak Tough
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May 21, 2013
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#13
In his latest interview on IFL Hearn suggests that Khan is ducking Brook by taking on Crawford... yeah Eddie taking on a top p4p fighter is much harder than taking on a weight drained, glass faced, past it never-really-was-been in Brook.

Hearn just wants to set up a ppv fight where he can collect a percentage on both fighters purses. Khan vs Brook is a shit fight even for the casuals, they couldn’t give a flying fuck about Kell Brook.
 
Likes: Philly Shell
Jul 21, 2013
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Who wins? Hearn and Sky. Certainly not the mongs who pay PPV for a fight between two embarrassments to British boxing.

The entire second half of their careers have been based on chasing Floyd/Khan around with their belt on the floor and pants round their ankles begging for a payday. Every fight is a tune up or a comeback fight. They’re a disgrace and don’t deserve a penny from PPV.

Wish they’d both just bore off and retire to be honest. They aren’t worth a shilling between the pair of them.

Look at someone like Dillian Whyte who, unlike these clowns, has legitimately earned a big fight and payday. He’s been ducked but he doesn’t sit around fighting guys ranked 40th in the world, he looks to build on his position and he hasn’t got half the talent of these two. That’s a proper fighting man.
Dillian Whyte? He’s been ducked? He’s the one doing the ducking. Been put forward for two final eliminators this year but swerved them for easier fights & bigger pay days on Sky Box Office. He must be the only fighter in the world complaining he’s not had a world title shot whilst turning down final eliminators.

Chisora would be a better example, fights anyone, travels abroad, hard as nails, bounced back from several defeats. Hope he knocks Whyte out because he will get in with an Ortiz or Pulev again
 
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In his latest interview on IFL Hearn suggests that Khan is ducking Brook by taking on Crawford... yeah Eddie taking on a top p4p fighter is much harder than taking on a weight drained, glass faced, past it never-really-was-been in Brook.

Hearn just wants to set up a ppv fight where he can collect a percentage on both fighters purses. Khan vs Brook is a shit fight even for the casuals, they couldn’t give a flying fuck about Kell Brook.
No one expects khan to beat Crawford though. He can't bear the thought of losing to Kell and I think he's terrified he loses. Kell is such an accurate puncher and khan ALWAYS gets tagged.

I'm absolutely not interested in this fight.
 
Sep 5, 2018
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In his latest interview on IFL Hearn suggests that Khan is ducking Brook by taking on Crawford... yeah Eddie taking on a top p4p fighter is much harder than taking on a weight drained, glass faced, past it never-really-was-been in Brook.

Hearn just wants to set up a ppv fight where he can collect a percentage on both fighters purses. Khan vs Brook is a shit fight even for the casuals, they couldn’t give a flying fuck about Kell Brook.
Coming out with garbage like that just makes Hearn look like an idiot.
 
Jul 21, 2013
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Khan’s mentality has been the same since the Garcia fight. Fights either superstars who if he loses to them it doesn’t harm his reputation or fight journeymen who shouldn’t be in a ring with him.

I understand why he’s doing it but it’s a bit shit when there’s so many good fights with fighters on his level he could’ve been in especially when virtually everyone wants to fight Khan as he’s a big name & they think they can knock him out
 
Sep 5, 2018
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After Brook's ordinary performance against Zerafa, Hearn said : ‘Kell knows that was below par. If I was Amir Khan, I’d be on the phone now.’

That would be the same Kell Brook who Hearn claimed Khan was ducking by instead looking to fight 'Bud' Crawford. :lol:
 

sosolid4u09

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#19
Brook has done nothing to demand a khan fight, other than it would create fan interest. From a boxing point of view his achievements and profile pale in comparison to khan, on a British and a global scale. Truly one of the most overrated British boxers of our time and hes wasted his entire career chasing a Khan payday, instead of really giving true boxing fans what they want, which is him testing himself against the best in his weight class

I couldn't care less about this fight
 

sosolid4u09

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#20
In his latest interview on IFL Hearn suggests that Khan is ducking Brook by taking on Crawford... yeah Eddie taking on a top p4p fighter is much harder than taking on a weight drained, glass faced, past it never-really-was-been in Brook.

Hearn just wants to set up a ppv fight where he can collect a percentage on both fighters purses. Khan vs Brook is a shit fight even for the casuals, they couldn’t give a flying fuck about Kell Brook.
Hearn even said he wouldn't do much to promote the crawford Khan fight because its not the fight he wants. So much for "i work for the boxers"