Brook eager to be ringside on fight night to witness huge domestic clash.
British welterweight star Kell Brook has given his take on the highly-anticipated rematch between Carl Froch and George Groves at Wembley Stadium on May 31.
The 27-year-old, who recently defeated Alvaro Robles as he awaits the winner of the Paulie Malignaggi and Shawn Porter fight on April 19 for a crack at the IBF world title, believes that there is a different look to Froch this time round.
Nevertheless, he believes it is too tough a call to make with just under two months to go, as Groves undoubtedly impressed in the first meeting as he led throughout the fight until the controversial stoppage.
Brook believes Groves has done well to get into his rival’s head, and can see another sensational night of boxing action ahead between two fighters that undoubtedly dislike one another.
The Sheffield-born star has insisted that he has told promoter Eddie Hearn to ensure that he has a seat next to him ringside for the fight as he looks forward to another thrilling domestic dust-up.
Watch the video below to see what Brook had to say, courtesy of iFL TV: