AMIR KHAN insists Kell Brook has no chance against Mr Clean in the hate-filled fight next month.
Millionaires – both 35 years old – will eventually fight to settle a bad blood decade February 19.
Former lightweight world champion Khan has agreed to let former heavyweight champion Brook meet him at 149lbs weight limit in Manchester.
And devout hero Bolton thinks his rival Sheffield was too amused to leave the ring to challenge his legacy.
“When you look at my life outside of boxing, I live a pretty clean life and that helps me,” says Khan.
“I’m 35 years old, Kell is a very similar age to me, but I think Kell’s lifestyle is very different from mine.
“We live opposite lifestyles. I am a family man, do not drink, I live so pure. While I don’t think Kell can do it. ”
Brook had a career sharp display in 2014 when he won the IBF title against homegrown favorite Shawn Porter in the United States.
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But accusations of indiscipline dogged him and he often weight gain between attacks.
And Khan claims he saw signs of that last November at first press face-off.
Khan added: “What brought me to where I was was hard work, dedication, discipline and focus.
“We know Kell is one of those guys who can go astray after a fight. He’s going to be missing for a few weeks and weighed down.
“If you see him in the press conference, he looks very unfit and unhealthy.
“I suspect that then he will be at his best for another ten weeks, as the battle goes on, while I’ve been training for the past few months.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/17410410/kell-amir-khan-brook-ring-beat/ ‘I live a clean life… Kell doesn’t’ – Amir Khan says bitter rival Brook had too much fun off the ring to beat him