Errol Spence Jr was a keen spectator of Kell Brook’s comeback fight tonight in the UK following his win over the Englishman last year.
Brook was coming off the back of a stoppage defeat at the hands of Spence Jr last year who ripped his IBF welterweight world title away from him in some style in Brook’s back yard of Sheffield.
Since then Brook managed to get back on track tonight with a big knockout win over Sergey Rabchenko with a punishing second round knockout.
Brook fought at super-welterweight tonight and the weight looked perfect for him.
Spence said however that if Brook gets a world title at the weight that he’d be more than willing to move up and fight him again:
If Kell Brook gets a world title I’ll fight him at 154
— Errol Spence (@ErrolSpenceJr) March 4, 2018
Spence hasn’t been long at welterweight yet, so this shows his intent over the years to move up the weights and capture titles in different divisions.
Brook has been linked with a world title shot next up in the summer against Jermell Charlo – as well as a long anticipated fight with old rival Amir Khan.