Kell Brook versus Imprint DeLuca

he found his easing for experiencing "exhausting chances" and vowed to put a "declaration" in his appearance in the ring next February against Mark DeLuca.

The past title holder has been out of the ring for longer than a year since a decision moved toward Australia Michael Zerafa a year prior.

In any case, Brook (38-2, 26 KOs) has now vowed to amaze the little-known American at the FlyDSA Arena on February 8 as he offers to challenge himself at 147 and 154 pounds, more than for quite a while since he lost the title in a knockout pulverization for Errol Spence Jr.

"I am so glad to be back and I am anticipating sorting out a presentation for my city on 8 February live on Sky Sports and DAZN," said Brook.

"I went through a year out, there have been some exhausting events, anyway what I comprehend is that I love this game and I understand that I have stayed a piece of my greatest years.

"DeLuca is a strong and fearless contender who is continually arranged for war, however I am foreseeing to make a declaration and demonstrate to the world that I am as yet a 154 or 147 pound power."

DeLuca (24-1, 13 KO) is a southpaw from Whitman in Massachusetts and is nicknamed "The Bazooka".

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