When is it and what time will it start? How much have they weighed before?
The biggest boxing event of the year so far is just days away as Amir Khan prepares to face Kell Brook in Manchester, a fight that will be exclusively live on talkSPORT.
A blockbuster British clash that fans have been waiting for for years, it’s set to be a memorable night as the boxing world finally gets to see who comes out on top.
There’s been plenty of talk in the build-up to this one with both fighters making their feelings towards their opponent well known.
With the fight taking place on Saturday night, the weigh-in will be the last time that Khan and Brook go eyeball to eyeball before fight night.
Khan vs Brook: When is the weigh-in?
The weigh-in for the clash between the welterweight rivals is due to take place on Friday, February 18.
It will take place at Exchange Hall, Manchester.
It’s set to get underway at 12.30pm and will run until approximately 1.30pm.
Khan vs Brook: How much have they weighed before?
Both Khan and Brook have agreed to compete at a catch-weight of 149lb, two lbs above welterweight level.
Boxxer promoter Ben Shalom revealed that there will be a six-figure penalty for every pound above 149lbs that Khan and Brook weigh, however both fighters are expected to make weight.
Khan’s last bout against Billy Dib saw him come in at 146.4lb, while Brook’s last bout against Crawford saw him weigh 147lb.
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Khan vs Brook: What has been said?
Khan said: “In the past 10 years I have fought two of the best pound-for-pound best fighters.
“I have never run from Kell. I have never needed to. What I have achieved speaks for itself.
“There is no point crying about the past. In the past he hasn’t deserved this fight. Come February 19 it will be time to see if he can back those words up.
“I am coming levels down by taking this fight. I have fought the best in the world. I have conquered America.
“But people want to see me punch him in the face.
“It’s my time now to put him in his place and move onto bigger and better things.”
Brook said: “He’s in cuckoo land.
“You are getting knocked clean out. I will knock you spark out. That’s when Amir Khan will hit the deck for the final time.
“He’s always veered off, never given me respect, never acknowledged me.
“He has said: ‘Win a world title then I will fight you, fight this guy then I will fight you’. He has run away.
“It has got to a part of his career where there is nowhere else for him to run.
“I have wanted it for many years.”