Boxing weekend prediction: Brook to beat Jackiewicz

We highlight the fights to watch this weekend and bring you our prediction for Kell Brook v Rafal Jackiewicz

By Mike Pope

Prediction: Kell Brook to beat Rafal Jackiewicz by unanimous decision

Fighting in front of his home fans, Sheffield favourite Brook will overwhelm his durable opponent from beginning to end with his far superior speed, athleticism and power. The biggest test for the undefeated welterweight boxer will be to look good and try and knock out Jackiewicz, who has never been stopped during 48 professional fights. Billed as a WBA title eliminator, Kell can only defeat himself in this bout and will win by a wide unanimous decision.

Friday October 7 2011

Sharif Bogere v Francisco Contreras
Nevada, USA
10 rounds lightweight

Saturday October 8 2011

Billi Godoy v Claudio Abalos
Neuquen, Argentina
10 rounds middleweight

Raul Martinez v Rodrigo Guerrero
Baja California, Mexico
12 rounds super flyweight for vacant IBF title

Donnie Nietes v Ramon Hirales
Negros Occidental, Philippines
12 rounds light flyweight for Hirales’ WBO title

Dmitry Sukhotsky v Nadjib Mohammedi
Saint Petersburg, Russia
12 rounds light-heavyweight

Kell Brook v Rafal Jackiewicz
Yorkshire, England
12 rounds welterweight

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