Buy Brook vs Zerafa Tickets
On 8th December 2018 Kell Brook returns, fighting Michael Zerafa at the Fly DSA Arena in Sheffield. There are still last-minute Brook vs Zerafa tickets available via StubHub. They have both official face value primary tickets from £40 and some resale tickets available from £55. See all the action live from 17:20 with all the undercard action, right the way up to the main event of Brook vs Zerafa.
Who is on the Brook vs Zerafa undercard?
There is a busy night of boxing for Brook vs Zerafa with a stacked undercard. Announced so far, we have Shakiel Thompson vs Konstantin Alexandrov in the middleweight division. Callum Hancock takes on an unannounced opponent. Terri Harper fights against Feriche Mashauri in the lightweight division. We will see Anthony Tomlinson fight Innocent Anyanwu followed by Qais Ashfaq vs Jay Carney. As we get to the main event we will have Anthony Fowler with an opponent to be announced. Kid Galahad will fight Brayan Mairena followed by Josh Kelly vs David Avanesyan. Then as chief support Jono Carroll takes on Guillaume Frenois in a 12 x 3 min round eliminator for the IBF Super Featherweight Championship. Then, he’s back, Kell Brook takes on Michael Zerafa.
Who is Michael Zerafa?
Michael Zerafa is an Australian boxer with a record of 25-2-0 with 14 of his wins coming by way of knockout. He has fought almost exclusively in Australia, his two losses coming on the road, on in Russia to Arif Magomedov and one in the US to Peter Quillin. He is realtively tall for the weight division, coming in at 5’11 and is rangy. With only a 52% knockout ratio I wouldn’t say he has the power to trouble Kell Brook but this ‘tickover fight’ should yield a few rounds for Kell Brook before he goes for the finish in front of the home crowd.
What time will Kell Brook make his ring walk?
You should expect to see Kell Brook in the ring for 10.30, it could be a little later if the stacked card overruns but I think 10.30pm is a safe bet.
Watch Kell Brook vs Michael Zerafa
You can watch Kell Brook take on Michael Zerafa on Sky Sports Arena from around 7pm and stream it wherever you are in the world by subscribing to DAZN.
Kell Brook vs Amir Khan next?
It has to be said that all the signals point to Kell Brook wanting this fight more than Amir Khan and until recently I think this fight had no chance of being made. Amir Khan wants to stay at Welterweight and 147 in the hunt for world honours again. Kell Brook has moved up to 154 lbs after the recent struggle to make Welterweight which comes with age. Kell has looked good at this weight and can make it comfortably. It is definitely now or never for both of them. Both fighters exchanged words at the Tony Bellew farewell fight and it seems as though it is about crossing the t’s and dotting the i’s, that is if they can somehow avoid the ridiculous rehydration clause synonymous with IBF championship fights. While fighters don’t like to look past opponents, we should see Brook dust Zerafa at a canter with a few rounds and we would love to see this fight made by the end of the year, for the fans, for Kell, for Amir.