Brook aims to show some aggression
Unbeaten Sheffield fighter Kell Brook has vowed to get nasty when he faces Carson Jones on home soil on July 7.
Brook has enjoyed a steady rise towards a world title fight throughout his impressive career to date and will go one step closer to an IBF welterweight title shot if he can overcome American, Jones, in their bout. Brook, who set up his eliminator fight courtesy of a unanimous decision over Matthew Hatton in March, felt he was 'too nice' in that encounter so he is looking to step things up against Jones in July. Brook said: "I'm ready to get on the world stage now. "I thought I was too nice against Hatton. Against Carson Jones you're going to see the nasty Kell Brook - you'll see me pushing the fight and being aggressive." If Brook does overcome Jones, who boasts a decent record of just one defeat in 19 fights, he is likely to face the winner of the Mike Jones and Randall Bailey showdown as they are due to contest the vacant IBF title next month. However, in the long run, Brook has set his sights on an all-British bout against would-be welterweight Amir Khan. He added on Sky Sports' Ringside programme: "I'm in the mix now and it's just a matter of time. That's the fight we all do want to see."