IBF world welterweight champion Kell Brook lived up to one of his nicknames ‘Special K’ tonight with a dominant display in his hometown.
Canadian challenger Kevin Bizier found out that Brook was in a different league right in the very first round, with ominous right hands finding the mark from the Sheffield man straight off the bat.
Brook’s power came into play in the second round with big counters that had Bizier down twice before the refereeing had seen enough, calling halt to the action.
A clinical, brutal and precision based beat down of a man that stood little chance in the end.
Fans will now be hoping to see the talented Brook take on a big name in the summer whether it be in the UK or USA, as he moves his impressive record to 36-0 (25KO) – the longest unbeaten record of any active professional British boxer at the moment.
At 29 years of age it could now be said that Brook is now coming into the prime of his career, with potential big fights with the likes of Manny Pacqauio, Timothy Bradley, Keith Thurman and Amir Khan all possibilities for the ‘Special One’ before the year is out no doubt.
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