The two boxers were involved in a bust-up at the Chantelle Cameron versus Katie Taylor fight in Dublin at the weekend and Brook has now revealed that he would be willing to come out of retirement for a clash with the scandal-hit Benn.
He told iFL TV: "I’m having an interview and he bumped into me. He wanted to get a reaction and he got it. We can do it wherever he wants to do it. I'll put him straight to sleep, straight to kip little boy. That's what will happen. He’s got a bigger fish to fry. He’s banned or whatever he has to deal with, I don't even know.
"If he can get cleared and be able to fight under the British Boxing Board, of course, we could make that fight happen. I think people got juices flowing for that fight with me and him. It's hard - I love the game and it gets the juices going."
Benn has suggested that he would be willing to return to the ring if a fight excites him as he has found it difficult to cope with life away from the sport.
He said: "There's these kind of fights that will get me out of retirement like Conor Benn, Liam Smith, Eubank's in the mix, Keith Thurman. It's not just Conor Benn, if the fans want exciting fights then we'll put certain names together and if I hear certain things from the people I need to hear from then you could get me out of retirement.
"I've got many miles, I can pop, I can fight, I've got experience and I know my way around the ring. I've had 43 fights and I can do the job."