Kell Brook successfully defended his IBF welterweight title in Sheffield on Saturday night with a dominant performance against Jo Jo Dan.
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Brook returned to action for the first time since becoming the champion with a win over Shawn Porter in August last year, and showed no ill-effects of the knife attack he suffered just weeks later.
The 28-year-old looked in full control from the first bell until the end as he put his opponent down on multiple occasions. A left hook before the bell at the end of the fourth round ended the bout, with Dan’s corner waving it off as he was unable to come out for the fifth.
Dan undoubtedly put up a brave performance despite being sent to the floor four times, but the challenger looked out of his depth as Brook made the statement that he promised he would make despite not being able to deliver a conclusive finish.
It remains to be seen who the IBF champion faces next, but after such an impressive performance he will certainly have the attention of a division which includes the likes of Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao who battle for the three other belts in the weight class on May 2 in Las Vegas.