The Sheffield man was not holding back when discussing his British rival
Kell Brook has slammed “little b*tch” Amir Khan and issued him with a last chance ultimatum to make a grudge match between them this year.
The pair have a long-standing rivalry dating back to sparring days as youngsters, but have yet to meet in the professional ring.
Despite protracted negotiations in 2015, 2016 and 2017, Khan and Brook are yet to meet, though there is fresh hope of a late 2018 clash as both now fight under the same promotional banner.
Amir Khan returns against Samuel Vargas live on talkSPORT this Saturday and Kell Brook has revealed he will be ringside once again to watch his enemy compete.
“I’m going to the fight,” Brook told talkSPORT Drivetime, “I think we’re running out of time now, I think this is more or less his last chance to get it on with me.
“I’d love to take the fight at the end of this year.
“That’s what the world wants to see, Brook v Khan. I actually went in the ring for his last fight and he ran out of the ring when I got in.
“All I want to do is make this fight happen for all the fans.”
Khan blasted out Phil Lo Greco in his last bout, while Brook stepped up to super-welterweight and knocked out Sergey Rabchenko.
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The Sheffield man has now declared he would be willing to move back down in weight to meet Amir Khan this year, which Khan dismissed before adding that he sometimes does “feel sorry” for his nemesis.
When asked for a response to Khan’s comments, the 32-year-old bluntly stated: “He’s a little b**ch to be honest with you, he is.
“He’s tried every excuse in the book to not make the fight. It’s gonna kill me to make 147lbs, but I’m willing to get down and make that fight.
“There’s nowhere else for him to hide in my opinion… What other excuses can he come out with?”
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