Kell Brook is not committed to retirement following the conclusion of his long-awaited grudge match with Amir Khan next month. After a lengthy career that has brough world title glory and many high moments, Brook is still pondering future opportunities once the fallout of his battle with Khan settles down.
The welterweight division, the weight class where Brook became world champion by defeating Shawn Porter back in 2014, is full of big names and Brook may be tempted to test himself against a young contender or established name. Speaking to IFLTV, the Sheffield fighter appeared positive regarding his future.
"Am I going to retire? Let's see how I'm feeling,” said Brook when talking with IFLTV. “Whether I've got that buzz after hearing all them in Manchester screaming and cheering, when the first bell rings and whenever the last bell rings, what emotions are going to be going through me directly straight after the fight. Let's just wait and see.
"I think a lot of people want me to say I'm going to retire. Conor Benn's been mentioned, Mayweather's been saying that he wants the winner, Danny Garcia's been saying that he wants the winner, Keith Thurman's getting active again."