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Conor Benn will ‘one million percent’ in attendance for Khan vs Brook and eager to prove he’s Britain’s best weight class

CONOR BENN will be first in line as Amir Khan and Kell Brook clash to call out the winner to decide the best British weight class.

The legendary Nigel’s 25-year-old son looks to continue his education on December 11 when he faces Chris Algieri, 37, of America.

Amir Khan and Kell Brook will finally fight on February 18

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Amir Khan and Kell Brook will finally fight on February 18Credit: PA
Conor Benn is getting ready in his chair for the long awaited Khan vs Brook scrap

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Conor Benn is getting ready in his chair for the long awaited Khan vs Brook scrapCredit: PA

Benn can then enjoy Christmas and Valentine’s Day with their son Eli and wife Victoria, before taking a VIP seat at the Manchester Arena to watch Khan and Brook resolve a 17-year grudge on February 19.

The clash between Khan, 34, and Brook, 35, is expected to cause one of the former world champions to retire.

But 19-0 Benn is ready to splurge on both of their pensions to take away the title of the UK’s best 10-time 7lbs skater.

Before another brutal trading session led by Tony Sims, Benn told SunSport: “Both of them are talking like their fight is a warm-up for me so that’s okay.

“I will be ready for their fight, a million percent. I will fight the winner, no matter what, bring either Khan or Brook, either of you.

“When I heard them and their promoter describe them both as Britain’s two biggest contenders, I completely disagreed.

Benn faces Chris Algieri, 37 years old, American, next

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Benn faces Chris Algieri, 37 years old, American, nextCredit: Reuters

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“If someone still thinks they’re the two strongest contenders we have to offer, or the winner of the fight is No1, I want to make that clear right away.”

Khan became a national treasure when he won a silver medal as a 17-year-old athlete in 2004, before becoming world champion and later featured in jungle and home reality shows. mine.

While Brook was in low form, he produced one of the best away wins of any modern British boxer when he traveled to the US to beat Shawn Porter to claim the IBF title in 2014.

Benn enjoyed his early years as a fan but both men went through setbacks and heavy injuries in the late stages of their careers, so he won’t be standing. their side slanders him and is ready to put their friendship aside.

He added: “I never called Brook before because I knew him. But since he dropped my name, he might as well have it.

“I watched them both grow up as children and even when I first turned pro, I watched them both as a fan so I enjoyed playing their pair. It will be a big domestic war.

“I will fight too, if they give me a choice, I will flip a coin, I couldn’t care more.

“Brook was hit by a stab against Terence Crawford and the other has bingo in his last few games, when he’s not boxing blown featherweights like Billy Dib. “

Benn has become one of Britain's most exciting talents

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Benn has become one of Britain’s most exciting talents

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