We’re now just days away from seeing the clash which British fight fans have been waiting for.
Amir Khan and Kell Brook will face off at Manchester Arena on Saturday night (February 19).
The two have spoken about facing each other since 2014, and although they have fought the same opponents and going down a similar path, a fight between them has not happened until now.
Whilst both have seemingly gone back and forth on the idea of retirement, the feel around both camps is this will be the last fight for Khan and Brook – no matter the outcome.
Whilst both Khan and Brook have had outstanding careers, going on to win world titles, they have both suffered devastating losses in recent years, being on the receiving end of some big shots from Terence Crawford.
Although the fight is probably a few years past it’s best-buy date, it’s still one which millions will be looking forward too.
Both will receive one last big pay day, and here’s all you need to know how much they’re scheduled to make.
When is the fight?
Khan will face Brook in Manchester on Saturday, February 19 and ring walks for the bout are expected at between 9:30pm and 10pm.
How much will both fighters make?
Khan will reportedly earn £5million for the bout, with Brook set to take home £3million. The winner will also receive a sizeable bonus.
Bolton star Khan has said he is getting a “lion’s share” of the purse, whilst Brook agreed that his opponent is the “a-side'” fighter ahead of the clash.
Amir Khan versus Kell Brook, live from the AO Arena, will be broadcast on UK TV on Sky Sports Box Office.
You don’t need to buy a Sky Sports subscriber to access their Box Office content. You can, however, check out the latest discounts on Sky packages by going to www.sky.com/deals.
Coverage of Khan vs Brook starts at 6pm Saturday, February 18. The fight will also be repeated on Sky Sports Box Office on Sunday, February 19, at 8am and 3pm.
How can I watch Khan v Brook?
The bout has been picked up as part of the Boxxer series, meaning it will be broadcast on Sky Sports.
It will be a pay-per-view event, meaning you’ll have to purchase the fight on , with details set to be confirmed closer to the date.
Although you do not need to be a subscriber to access Sky Sports Box Office, you can upgrade or check out the latest packages by going to www.sky.com/deals.