Brook, who was fighting for the first time since March, was sloppy throughout the super—welterweight fight however the win was never in doubt.
Brook has been rumoured to be fighting Khan in a 147lb bout however a deal is yet to be done.
That’s despite the pair both being part of Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing stable with Terence Crawford Khan’s new target.
Khan reportedly wants a 10lb rehydration limit if the pair fight and having beat Zerafa, Brook revealed he is ready to face the 2004 Olympic silver medallist.
“I’ve got the buzz again, I’m reborn and I’m loving boxing again,” Brook said.
“Next year, 2019, I’m coming for them big boys.
“I will go to welterweight, I’ll do the rehydration, we can do the deal on TV live.
“It’s not my fault the fight isn’t happening, it’s that p**** boy Khan.
“He don’t want the fight, I want the fight, I want to shut him up and move on.
“It’s now or never. He’s got one last fight with Eddie Hearn.
“It was supposed to be me and him now, the big one and he’s running off again.
“I’m here, I’m ready, I’m fit, I’m hungry and I’m ready to take the world on.”
Khan and Brook met at Tony Bellew’s recent defeat to Oleksandr Usyk and Khan recently revealed details of a conversation held between the two.
“I said to him: ‘If you want the fight we need to talk, and you need to sit down with me. Let’s make the fight happen,’” Khan told Express Sport.
“This is before the offer came from another fighter. So I was happy to do everything then, but he was playing games.
“So I said: ‘If you’re going to complain with the weight, the fight might not happen.’”