AMIR KHAN wants to end Kell Brook’s boxing career after he repeatedly rebuilt it following two horrific knife attacks and trauma.
Sheffield, 35 years old, former IBF Heavyweight Champion his face has been reconstructed twice – after suffering a broken cheekbone following brutal defeats to Gennady Golovkin in 2016 and Errol Spence Jr a year later.
And his left thigh bears the horrible scar of a 2014 knife attack in Tenerife which he did well to fight back.
BrooksHis limbs were broken into with a machete while he was trying to enjoy a vacation to celebrate his amazing world title against Shawn Porter a few weeks earlier.
And there are serious fears that he will never walk again let alone defend his title.
The life-threatening attack comes seven years after another less serious incident outside a nightclub in 2007 when he was stabbed in the butt.
Inside the ring, Brook suffers a life-changing injury in consecutive losses.
Golovkin broke his right orbital bone and the 147 lbs tall American monster Errol Spence gave him a bout at Brook’s beloved Bramall Lane eight months later.
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Brook has titanium plates in both damaged areas and calls himself the Sheffield Steel Reinforced Terminator.
But when you get close to the Inge Gym ace, you can see the scars and damage still hanging around his peepers.
KhanThe player’s most serious injuries and illnesses have come from violent KO losses to the likes of Breidis Prescott, Danny Garcia and Canelo Alvarez.
But he also took the time to rebuild his hand.
Three months after a painful KO loss to Canelo, Khan had a complete reconstruction of his right foot with bone from his HIP.
In one Exclusive SunSport ace reveals that he has been boxing for 13 YEARS with a damaged hand and can only punch at about 30% of his strength.
He told us: “I keep the news of my hand injury private from everyone. I had to because I didn’t want any of my opponents to know about it, I didn’t want to give away an advantage.
“I miss the days when I Boxing with a trainer but I have to keep fighting to keep my name and to get that experience. I have to keep going and keep my name, but my heart is not in it.
“I don’t want to be in those fights but I have to do it to be a world champion one day. Since then, I’ve never really thrown my right hand with all my might.
“I know people might question why I didn’t get the surgery done sooner but I couldn’t – I was too determined to follow my dream of becoming a world champion and I was in the battles. great.
“I am one of the brightest prospects in the UK, the pressure is on me and I have to fight. I can’t afford to take six months off for an operation.
“I was paid a lot of money so I don’t want to end my contract with TV, I already have such a good contract. I was paid for my previous matches, what world champions are being paid now.
“I had to keep fighting and keep myself busy. I don’t want to take a step back because my dream of becoming a world champion has been put on hold. “
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/17703085/amir-khan-kell-brook-boxing-news/ Amir Khan wants to deliver the final blow to Kell Brook after the opponent bounces from TWO knife attacks and his face fades