Carson Jones calls out Kell Brook: ‘I’ve beaten better fighters, I’ll fight him in England’

20 Mar

Ibrahim Harb – Birmingham

Having disposed of fellow Briton Matthew Hatton last weekend, undefeated 25-year-old Kell Brook (27-0-0, 18ko) has received an international call out as Oklahoman Carson Jones, 25, has declared his eagerness in knocking Special K down a peg as he believes “Brook thinks he’s more than what he is”. In order to best negotiate a fight, Jones indicated he would box Kell in England, where the Sheffield star recently attracted 10,000 at the gate.

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Brook beat Hatton but Dobbs believes Carson will KO Kell

“Kell Brook thinks he’s more than what he is at this point,” said Jones (33-8-2, 23ko), who is the current USBA welterweight title holder and has an upcoming defence set against Allen Conyers in Tulsa on April 26.

“He’s calling out Amir Khan but hasn’t earned the right to do so. Beating Matthew Hatton doesn’t give him that luxury and we all saw what Saul Alvarez did to Hatton,” Kid Carson, who has faced Said Ouali (won by way of retirement), Michael Clark (triumphed by second round TKO), Jason LeHoullier (ninth round teekayo win) and Jesus Soto Karass (lost a decision).

He continued: “Brook is decent but I’ve beaten better fighters and I’d gladly go to England to fight him!”

Bobby Dobbs, who manages Carson, added: “Carson Jones is willing to do whatever it takes to become champion. He has fought all comers since day one and if he has to go to England to knockout Kell Brook, then that is what we will do!”

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