KELL BROOK has demanded Conor Benn release their full sparring session as they feuded online amid speculation of a fight.
Brook is back in training as the former welterweight world champion considers a comeback.
Kell Brook and Conor Benn after a sparring session
The Sheffield man was in talks to face Benn right after defeating Amir Khan in February 2022, which sparked his retirement soon after.
Brook was captured in sparring gear hitting a heavy bag in the famous Wincobank gym in Sheffield.
Sparking an online row, Benn, 26, commented: “Last time we tried to make the fight he chose retirement instead.
“Must have been that sparring session…”
Brook, 36, responded: “Who are you kidding you’re the one who cut the sparring short don’t flatter yourself p***y.”
Benn replied: “Stop talking s***. You know the footage begs to differ!”
And Brook hit back: “Put it out then let’s see it and don’t just put snippets on we want it all babi.”
The ex-IBF champ announced his retirement after beating long-time nemesis Khan, 36, ending almost two decades of rivalry.
But Brook has considered a return ever since and is now back training.
Benn meanwhile is set to return in June following a doping scandal that has kept him out of the ring and fighting for his reputation.
He tested twice for female fertility drug clomifene in the build-up to his catchweight contest with Chris Eubank Jr, 33, which was later axed.
The British Boxing Board of Control cancelled the bout and have since been embroiled in a spat with Benn, who is without a license.
Welterweight Benn provided a 270-page document to the WBC, who work with Voluntary Anti-Doping Association.
The WBC found “no conclusive evidence” that the boxer intentionally cheated and placed him back in the rankings.
Benn as a result is able to box abroad if he is licensed and is currently in talks to fight Manny Pacquiao, 44, in Abu Dhabi.
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