Kell Brook is fired up for his upcoming middleweight title clash with Gennady Golovkin as the welterweight world champion prepares to move up thirteen pounds on September 10.
The 30 year-old puts his hard-earned and undefeated reputation on the line in the most difficult way possible at London’s O2 Arena but believes past struggles with weight have made this camp one of the easiest of his career.
“I’ve been getting very technical. I’ve been in oxygen tents and I’ve been on curved running machines. They have been pushing me in fine detail. I’ve been using my speed and over the weeks adding more power,” Brook told Head of Boxing Adam Smith on Sky Sports News HQ.
“I’ve been faster than any other previous fights with looking at the data from those fights and the results we are getting is phenomenal. I’m eating well and I’m pushing myself every single day. I’ve got the fuel and I’m very hydrated.”
Asked what it would mean to him to take out Golovkin and potentially become the pound for pound best in the world, Brook answered: “This is my dream. No British fighter in history has got a win like this one.
“That’s what every single day I’m pushing myself for to get this win. I feel strong, healthy and ready to rip into Golovkin.
“I will find some (weaknesses in him) and I will find a way to win. I’ve stared death in the face so this is fun to me. I’m going to go in there, and from round one, he’s going to know he’s in a fight.
“He’s going to see the speed and strength of me. The determination and the will to win. I’m going to capture all those belts he’s got.”
“When I’m in there, I’m going to do what I want to do,” he added.