KELL BROOK: WHY IS AMIR KHAN NOT AT RIVAL'S SHEFFIELD FIGHT AGAINST MICHAEL ZERAFA?

Kell Brook returns after nine months out of the ring tonight against Michael Zerafa, but why is his rival Amir Khan not in attendance?

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