Ingle was Brook’s chief cornerman when he claimed the IBF welterweight title in 2014.
The Yorkshire fighter defended his strap successfully on three occasions thereafter until he faced a rampant Errol Spence Jr, who he lost to via knockout.
Eight months prior, Brook took him his biggest purse when he fought against pound-for-pound star Gennady Golovkin, who took Brook’s 0 with a stoppage in the fifth round.
Brook’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, confirmed that ‘Special K’ would return to action on December 8, headlining a Sheffield Arena card.
The trainer revealed last week: “Things move on but at this moment in time he’s not actually phoned me and said ‘I’ve got a new trainer.’
“I am not too concerned at the moment.”
And Brook has now addressed the speculation about the pair’s falling out on Twitter, saying: “Contrary to some stories and speculation, myself and Dominic Ingle have not fallen out.
“Dom is as dedicated a trainer as they come. He has been in camp [in Toronto] over recent months preparing fighters for big fights.”
Brook went on to explain: “I am now scheduled to fight on December 8th and to avoid disruption as well as ensuring I maintain momentum, I will continue to base myself out here in Fuertaventura for this bout.
“Preparation has this far gone very well and in the interest of maintaining this momentum, for this particular fight, Dom Ingle cannot be in my corner.
“Meticulous work, dedication, preparation and focus has gone into this camp and I will continue to grind until fight week.”
Source : EXPRESS