Amir Khan says he ‘can’t see’ Kell Brook beating him in Manchester on February 19, live on Sky Sports | Boxing News

Amir Khan said Sky Sports he can’t see how Kell Brook will beat him in Manchester on February 19, and it’s time to ‘put an end’ to all the talk about his opponent.

In late November, it was announced that Khan and Brook would clash at Manchester’s AO Arena on February 19th, live Sky Sport ticket office, while the bitter rivals finally settle their long dispute.

The British duo have triumphed in massive world title fights during their exciting careers, but both put their legacy on the line next month.

Khan, a former unified world light welterweight champion, is currently training in the United States at altitude in the Colorado Springs Rocky Mountains and says his confidence is at an all-time high.

“I’m more confident. The way I went to training camp and had a few rounds of sparring with Crawford, and my sparring and pad work with Bo-Mac and all, is back,” Khan said. Sky Sports News Tuesday.

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Khan and Brook will face off live on Sky Sports Box Office at Manchester’s AO Arena on February 19th

“I feel like I did when I was 25, 26 and at the peak of my career.

“I can’t see Kell Brook beating me. I’m a more skilled fighter, I’ve been there with better opposition, but look, come fight the night, it’s time to show my skills.

“I’m just going to stay calm, I’m not going to think too much or be too confident, because at the end of the day you can’t be too sure about that because one punch can change a fight.

“I know what I’m doing. I’ve been in this position before. It’s about staying focused and sticking to your game plan.

“This talk about Kell Brook has been going on for so many years, and I think it’s a good time for me to stop him and show who the best fighter is.

“I know Kell thinks he’s the best fighter, but time will tell on February 19th.”

Amir Khan, Kell Brook
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Amir Khan and Kell Brook will finally resolve their long feud in 2022

While Khan trains in the US, Brook’s Instagram reveals that he is training in Fuerteventura with Dominic Ingle and Kid Galahad.

Khan received messages from both Brook and the thousands of fans who searched for tickets to the event which sold out in record time.

“The message for Kell is that I’m glad he’s taking it seriously, because it’s going to be a huge fight and we want to give the fans a huge fight,” added Khan.

“We want to give them a good fight where they will have fun and we are both at our best.

“We will be fit, we will be ready.

“And to the fans out there, I just want to say a big thank you to them because the way they went out there and tried to get tickets, a lot of them weren’t able to, it’s amazing to see so many people have a huge interest in this fight.

Amir Khan, Kell Brook
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Tickets for the match in just over six weeks’ time have been sold in record time

“And I’m going to make them all proud. I’ve gotten some great messages from people and I just want to thank them all for being so supportive.

“We’re here in Colorado Springs, about 6,500 feet high in terms of altitude, and I think this altitude training helps especially when it comes to the later stages of a fight.

“It’s tough, obviously the air is a lot thinner when you’re in the ring and on the pads, but it’s just my first week here and I hope to get used to it and when it comes time to fight the night, I’ll be ready for the full 12 rounds .

“Kell is the only thing on my mind. This fight is a big fight for me.

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Khan trained at altitude in the Rocky Mountains in preparation for combat

“It just shows interest. First off, it’s amazing that we have it on Sky, but then having the fight in Manchester, which is local enough for me and Kell, makes the fight even bigger.

“I can’t wait. I just want to do a good performance and this is a great fight for me where I will show what I have.”

Sky Sport Boxing Program

Saturday 5th February (targeted) – BOXXER in Cardiff
Chris Eubank Jr versus Liam Williams
Claressa Shields vs Ema Kozin – IBF, WBA and WBC middleweight titles

Saturday 19th February – BOXXER in Manchester
Amir Khan vs Kell Brook

Saturday 26 February – BOXXER and Top Rank in Glasgow
Josh Taylor vs Jack Catterall – undisputed super light titles

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