Sheffield's new boxing world champion Kell Brook is in hospital in Tenerife tonight after being stabbed.
Police on the Spanish holiday island say he has lost a lot of blood after being attacked at a hotel.
It is less than three weeks since the fighter took the title in California. Chris Dawkes reports from the gym in Sheffield where Kell trains.
Sheffield's IBF boxing champion Kell Brook is in a 'stable condition' after being stabbed, according to his representatives.
They confirmed that the 28-year-old had been stabbed while he was on holiday in Tenerife.
Sheffield's IBF Welterweight boxing champion Kell Brook has been stabbed while on holiday in Tenerife.
It is understood his condition is not life threatening.
Hull's Olympic boxing champion Luke Campbell said any friendship would be set aside as he steps into the ring against Tommy Coyle.
The pair are said to be good friends but will meet in a bout being billed as the Battle of Hull next year. Campbell told ITV Calendar the city was in for a treat:
Hull boxers Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle have announced they will fight each other in the city next year.
Olympic gold-medallist Campbell and IBF international champion Tommy Coyle are said to be good friends but will get in to the ring together for a Hull derby bout next year.
Hundreds of fans have turned out to congratulate new world boxing champion Kell Brook in his home city of Sheffield.
Kell thanked the crowd for their support, before signing autographs and posing for photos. The boxer took the IBF Welterweight title from Shawn Porter at the weekend:
Brendan Ingle, who runs the gym at which Kell Brook trains in Sheffield, says he expected the boxer to win the IBF world welterweight title. He was watching the fight last night and says he was impressed with the performance: