Kell Brook demands Conor Benn release an ENTIRE training session as boxing rivals feud amid rumors of grudge matches

KELL BROOK has demanded Conor Benn post their full training session as they brawled online amid speculation of a fight.

Brook is back in training as the former welterweight world champion considers a return.

Kell Brook and Conor Benn after sparring

The Sheffield man was in talks to face Benn just after defeating Amir Khan in February 2022, prompting his retirement shortly after.

Brook was caught in sparring gear hitting a heavy bag at the famous Wincobank gym in Sheffield.

The 26-year-old Benn sparked a dispute online, commenting: “Last time we tried to make the fight, he chose to pull out.

“It must have been that training session…”

Brook, 36, responded: “Who are you kidding? You’re the one that cut the match, don’t flatter yourself p***y.”

Benn replied, “Stop talking shit. You know pictures differ!”

And Brook replied, “Put it out, then let’s go watch it and don’t just put bits and pieces, we want it all, baby.”

The former IBF champion announced his retirement after beating his nemesis Khan, 36, ending nearly two decades of rivalry.


But Brook has since considered returning and has now returned to training.

Meanwhile, Benn will return in June following a doping scandal that has kept him out of the ring and fighting for his reputation.

He twice tried clomiphene, a female fertility drug, in preparation for his middleweight competition with 33-year-old Chris Eubank Jr, which was later knocked out.

The British Boxing Board of Control canceled the fight and has since been embroiled in a dispute with Benn, who is not licensed.

Welterweight Benn submitted a 270-page document to the WBC, which works with the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association.

The WBC found “no conclusive evidence” that the boxer intentionally cheated and put him back on the rankings.

As a result, Benn is allowed to box abroad if licensed and is currently in talks to fight Manny Pacquiao, 44, in Abu Dhabi.

Manny Pacquiao in talks to fight Conor Benn in Abu DhabiCredit: Ryan Hafey/Premier Boxing Champions


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