Kell Brook: I Know I Can Hurt Crawford, He's Been Hurt Before!

Tonight, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the Yorkshireman bids to become a world champion again as he challenges Terence Crawford for the WBO welterweight title.

After winning the world title by beating Porter in California, he had to make do with routine defences while he fruitlessly chased a huge-money fight with Amir Khan.

In a bid for a super-fight, he jumped two weight divisions to challenge Gennady Golovkin for the world middleweight title.

When the time came to defend his belt against Spence, he struggled to lose weight and he suffered another fractured orbital bone, before taking the full count on one knee.

I needed to be away from it all, away from the family and my girls, in a warm climate in Fuerteventura and knuckle down to some hard training.

He was Boxing Correspondent for The Times, where he worked from 2001-2019 - covering four Olympic Games and numerous world title fights across the globe.

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