The pair first faced-off in July 2012 with the Sheffield-born fighter winning a controversial majority decision, a verdict which many believed was very unfair on Jones.
There was no doubting the winner of the re-match, however. Brook came racing out of the blocks and had Jones on the ropes early in the opening two rounds, the American struggling to hold a guard at times.
The 26-year-old Jones was able to stay in the fight despite the onslaught, constantly moving around the ring in an attempt to evade Brook’s deadly jab.
With every passing round Brook looked more in control, although Jones did show glimpses of the fighter that lasted the full 12 rounds in the previous bout, producing flurries of jabs that caused damage to the nose of the Brit.
The American's high point came in the opening seconds of the seventh round as he looked like trying to turn things around, but he was unable to sustain the high intensity and Brook rallied to win yet another round.
A second knockdown was scored early on in the eighth round, although Jones’ glove never appeared to actually touch the canvas. Brook took the initiative from there on in and went at his man, pushing him onto the ropes before landing a number of heavy blows which forced the referee to end the fight.
Elsewhere, Olympic Champion Luke Campbell’s professional boxing career got off to the best possible start with a first-round victory over Andy Harris.
The Hull-born fighter took just one minute and 28 seconds to secure a debut victory. Campbell had Harris on the canvas twice before the referee eventually stepped in.
Campbell's fellow Olympic medallist Anthony Ogogo made it three wins from three with a stoppage of Gary Boulden as his professional career goes from strength to strength.
Former footballer and Twitter troll tracker Curtis Woodhouse was also in action, producing a powerful display as he saw off Joe Eldith.
The 33-year-old dropped Eldith in the first round courtesy of a quick one-two but Woodhouse’s opponent was able to get up reach the bell. More of the same came in the second round, Woodhouse using the jab well before landing another heavy right that sent Eldith down yet again.
Former English lightweight champion Eldith bravely continued and made the third round, but a third knockdown was enough for referee Howard Foster to call it off.
Lee Selby secured the WBC International featherweight title with a less-than-convincing victory over unbeaten Romanian Viorel Simion.
Derry Matthews produced the shock of the night when with a surprise 10th-round knockout of Tommy Coyle.
The Liverpudlian was well on his way to a points loss as he struggled with Coyle's speed, precision and conviction throughout the fight. But, seemingly out of nowhere, he finished the fight with a left hook that landed clean on the chin.
Coyle was able to pick himself up but looked unsteady on his feet, prompting referee Phil Edwards to wave it off.