2017 BOXING fight – Kell Brook vs Errol Spence Jr – full fight Video IBF

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-05-27, great fight between Kell Brook and Errol Spence Jr: it gets three stars.

The Ibf Ww champion Kell Brook entered this fight with a professional record of 36-1-0 (25 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.5 welterweight in the world (currently the #1 in this division is Manny Pacquiao). He suffered his only loss when he moved up in weight class in his last fight, against Gennady Golovkin (4-stars fight, Golovkin vs Brook); before this bout he had beat Kevin Bizier (=Brook vs Bizier).
His opponent, the undefeated Errol Spence Jr, has a perfect boxing record of 21-0-0 (18 KOs=86%) and he entered as the No.7 in the same weight class. He fought twice last year winning over Chris Algieri (=Spence vs Algieri) and Leonard Bundu (=Spence Jr vs Bundu). Errol Spence vs Kell Brook is valid for the IBF World welterweight title (Brook’s fourth defense). Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2017-05-27

Where: Bramall Lane Football Ground, Sheffield, UK

Division: welterweight (147 lbs, 66.7 kg)

Title: IBF World welterweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Errol Spence Jr def. Kell Brook (TKO at 1:47, round 11)

 

Brook’s previous fight: Gennady Golovkin vs Kell Brook

Spence’s previous fight: Errol Spence Jr vs Leonard Bundu

 

 

Brook vs Spence Fight Video:

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  • Jack

    BOOOOORING! This guy suppose to give Pac a good fight? lmao

    • Truth

      Which fight were you watching? It was a great fight and Errol proved he’s the truth.

    • Ryan Melder

      Mate that fight was tops. Brook has got some serious heart to go as long as he did

    • rocco

      You need to see more bax…!!!! this guy will beat pacman if they fight some day…

  • No10Count

    I said it when this fight was announced. Brook would not be 100%.
    If Brook had fought Spence before Golovkin we would have a different outcome.

    Anyone think Brook would outbox Spence?
    Shows me Spence will do fine as long as he is fighting smaller men.
    Which he is as he and Brook are both 154 lbers at minimum.

    I really hope Brook takes off enough time to actually heal.

  • Arjay Cee

    Hell of a battle. Spence isn’t perfect, but I expect he’s going to improve even more and claim many more wins before he’s finished. I’d love to see him in next with Sean Porter as a lead-up to the Thurman clash.

    I suspect Brook is done. He’s a fine fighter, but back-to-back vision problems can’t be ignored.

    • Olivier Veillette

      I too believe it’s over for Brook. No reason for him to keep fighting against his own body limits. He has accomplished a lot already. But we never know… He might pull out a Sugar Ray Leonard comeback in 5 years against a unified champion!

      We already talked about this fiight months before it happened and even though we tried to analyze it from various angles, I think you had it 100% right when you said: “Brook is likely making a mistake moving back down in weight for this fight. He feels invincible, which we have to respect, but it’s hardly best practices, is it, after blowing up to fight Gennady?”.. Let’s not forget how exceptional Spence Jr is though. Quickness, composure, power, stamina, wits.

      Very good fight!

      • Arjay Cee

        You are right to hold out the chance Brook might surprise us. In retrospect, the GGG duel was a monstrous gamble. As you suggest, maybe the cost is just being calculated now… I don’t understand how Brook could hope to do any better by moving up in weight, although that’s what his promoter is saying. The surgeons, though, may have another piece of advice for him…

        Do you think Spence Jr. is ready to take over the division? I hope we see him in action against another top dog this year!

  • blackbird014

    sorry for Kell. His career has been screwed by taking wrong matches, GGGs and the right one at the wrong moment, this one. He had to wait another good year before a fight like this. Taking it with difficulties to make the weight on top of it is pure madness. Kell at his best would have not been stopped.

  • DudandDol

    Brook needs to establish his correct weight and stop putting on too much betwen fights. He was gassed after 6 rounds and Spence knew it and took full advantage with his power.

  • tango2042

    Too much holding from Brook’s side and unfortunately a very good technical boxer and strong puncher as Spence is entirely felt in Brook’s game plan loosing his composure and getting involved in a sort of street fight as he never did till the point that his usual punch accuracy was almost absent. Brook did quite right forcing the fight to his terrain and making it a very close one till almost round 9th. I hope Spence learned the hard lesson received here and applies this experience on is next bouts successfully.

    • cleaner

      Brook is more technical boxer and Spence wanted a fight like this to make Brook tired -what he did-Spence said that was his plan at the postfight press. If Brook had not fought GGG would be a different fight.The same situation was with Margarito vs Manny -after that Margarito every time had eye problems.Sorry for Kell.

  • Olivier Veillette

    Spence Jr said he would like to defend his title in his hometown of Dallas before anything, so I don’t know if he can do that as a optional defense against any top15 contenders. But yeah, after that a fight vs Porter in Vegas is what I’m wishing for!

  • Mattsnow

    The pure and delicious bliss came to America when Spence won :D

    • Olivier Veillette

      I really enjoyed Spence post-fight interview in the ring, in the middle of a UK crowd with his STRONG Lone Star accent!

  • jason sixx

    Spence is so fkn overrated man you will all see when he faces thurman. Its between crawford and thurman now at ww