Amir Khan lands a subtle jab on his old rival Kell Brook as the IBF champion gets ready for his fight with Errol Spence Jr.

An Amir Khan vs Kell Brook fight was talked about for years but alas never happened. It still could down the line mind you. Never say never in boxing.

It’s clear to see that rivalry and bitter dislike for one another is as strong as ever. Anytime the pair are asked about one another in the press they never have anything positive to say, to put it mildly.

IBF welterweight world champion Kell Book is in final preparations for one of the toughest challenges of his career to date when he faces American Errol Spence Jr on May 27th in Brammall Lane soccer stadium in Sheffield, England.

It will be in Brook’s hometown but Amir Khan has made sure that his opponent Errol Spence Jr will have a comfortable stay in his gym in Bolton during his travels in the UK at least:

A subtle jab on his old nemesis Kell Brook if ever there was one. Khan himself is still in re-build mode following a tough period in his career and life over the last 12 months or so.

He’s had a fight with Manny Pacquiao called off at the last minute in 2017 already, but is expected to box sometime this summer following his crushing knockout loss to Canelo Alvarez in May 2016.