A body punch took out Hatton in the final throes of the ninth when he faced the Ukrainian in his comeback fight last November at the MEN Arena.
Senchenko returns to British soil and into the lion’s den again to face the unbeaten Sheffield star, and Hatton has advised Brook to follow the blueprint set by Paul Malignaggi, who took Senchenko’s WBA title on points in April 2012.
Hatton said: “He's a lot tougher than he looks. He's a tall boxer-type but he's not a skilful boxer. Kell is a really good boxer and Paulie showed that Vyacheslav can be out boxed so if Kell chooses to box him rather than go to war with him like I did, and picks his moments when to put it to him, I think he will do the business.”
Brook’s welterweight clash with Senchenko tops a big bill in Sheffield, with Blackpool's Brian Rose facing Argentinian Javier Maciel in a final eliminator for the WBO light middleweight title.
Olympic Gold medalist Anthony Joshua MBE faces Paul Butlin in his second professional fight, Liverpool’s Callum Smith is aiming to continue his incredible run of first round stoppage wins.
There’s a welcome return to action for exciting bantamweight prospect Kal Yafai, while popular Sheffield fighters Adam Etches, Scott Jenkins and Sam O’Maison also feature.