Kell Brook sets time and place for Amir Khan fight after incredible Twitter clash

Could British boxing see yet another grudge fight in June?

Kell Brook has told Amir Khan the time and place he is ready to fight the fellow Brit for the IBF Welterweight title in a series of intriguing tweets from both men.

Brook sent these two messages to Khan on the site after numerous tweets from the Bolton pugilist regarding the continued attempts to get a fight going between these two top Brits:


Khan had previously gone forward and made several tweets about the arrangement of the fight, suggesting the reasons why he felt the deal had not yet been agreed:






Brook's promoter Eddie Hearn even got involved, suggesting that Khan's team was being unreasonable in regards to the cut each boxer should receive in revenue from the all British clash:





This fight has been on the lips of every British fight fan for many a year now and ahead of Brook's fight with Kevin Bizier on March 26th the talk is Khan could be next.

The pair are clearly not the best of friends and it would make for yet another all British grudge match after recent popular bouts between Anthony Joshua v Dillian Whyte and Carl Froch v George Groves.

Brook won the IBF title in August 2014 and then recovered from a life-threatening knife attack to defend his title in March 2015. His record reads 35-0.

Khan is a former light-welterwight world champion and has a record of 31-3 from his 34 professional bouts.