KELL BROOK FIRES 'B****' BLAST AT AMIR KHAN BEFORE BRANDING POTENTIAL OPPONENT A 'JOKE'

Kell Brook fires 'b****' blast at Amir Khan before branding potential opponent a 'joke' news
KELL BROOK has called out Amir Khan once more as talks over a touted fight between the pair heats up.

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