Frank Bruno 31 Career Boxing Fights On 9 DVDs With Menus
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                  FRANK BRUNO 31 fights on 9 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Frank Bruno vs Guerra
Frank Bruno vs Stevenson
Frank Bruno vs Lithgoe
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FRANK BRUNO 31 fights on 9 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 9
Frank Bruno: Gloves Off
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Frank Bruno vs Jameson
Frank Bruno vs Sharkey
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Frank Bruno vs Smith
Frank Bruno vs Lakusta
Frank Bruno vs Jordan
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Frank Bruno vs Coetzee
Frank Bruno vs Witherspoon
Frank Bruno vs Tillis
Frank Bruno vs Gardner
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Frank Bruno vs Bugner
Frank Bruno vs Tyson I
Frank Bruno vs Emmen
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Frank Bruno vs Coetzer
Frank Bruno vs Williams
Frank Bruno vs Lewis
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Frank Bruno vs Ferguson
Frank Bruno vs Marin
Frank Bruno vs McCall
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Frank Bruno vs Tyson II
Frank Bruno: Inside The Mind Of
Frank Bruno:Tonight Interview
Franklin Roy "Frank" Bruno, MBE (born November 16, 1961) is a British former professional boxer who fought at heavyweight. His career spanned fourteen years, in which time he won the WBC and European heavyweight titles, and faced multiple world champions including Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis. He won the WBC heavyweight title in 1995, defeating Oliver McCall at a packed Wembley Stadium. Bruno was known for his excellent punching power: he won 40 of his 45 bouts and 38 by knockout, giving him a 95% knockout rate from the fights he won; his overall knockout percentage is 84.44%. Like Henry Cooper before him, Bruno has remained a popular celebrity with the British public following his retirement from boxing.
Boxing career
Bruno became a professional boxer in 1982, quickly achieving 21 consecutive wins by knockout. This streak caught the attention of international boxing magazines, such as The Ring, KO Magazine, Boxing Illustrated and Ring En Espanol. During this period Bruno defeated former world title contender Scott LeDoux, the dangerous fringe contender Floyd Cummings, Belgian champion Rudy Gauwe, British Contenders Tony Moore and Eddie Nielson, and well known trial horses such as Bill Sharkey, Walter Santemore and Ken Lakusta. However, in May 1984 the up and coming future world heavyweight champion, American James "Bonecrusher" Smith, halted that streak when he defeated Bruno by knockout in the tenth and final round of their bout, with Bruno leading clearly on all three judges' cards. As a general view, Bruno was carefully managed, whereby he developed well to later give a strong account of himself in the big matches.
Bruno won his next six bouts against respected opposition. He won the European heavyweight title with a KO over Sweden's Anders Eklund, KO'd former European champion and world title contender Lucien Rodriguez in one round, was taken the distance for the first time by the useful world rated Phil Brown, and beat fringe fighters Larry Frazier and Jeff Jordan.
Bruno got back into title contention with an impressive one round KO win over former WBA champion Gerrie Coetzee of South Africa, and , in July 1986, he challenged Tim Witherspoon for the WBA heavyweight title. After once again leading on the cards for most of the fight, he ran out of steam and was defeated by knockout in round eleven.
Bruno once again got himself back into title contention with wins over former contender James Tillis and journeymen Reggie Gross and Chuck Gardner. In October 1987 Bruno faced the veteran Joe Bugner in an all British match up. Bugner although long past his peak, was coming off impressive wins over Greg Page, James Tillis and David Bey. Bruno won by TKO in the 8th round, the referee stopping the bout, although it appeared  the protesting Bugner could have continued.
In 1988, Bruno challenged Mike Tyson for the undisputed world heavyweight title. In the opening moments, the fighters came together with huge punches. Bruno's legs buckled, and he took a beg step back, inadvertently stepping off the ring apron. Most agree that he would have gone down, at least to a knee in any event, and this was called a knockdown. Bruno did not complain, and instead gathered himself to coninue, ultimately rocking Tyson (for the first time in Tyson's career) with a left hook toward the end of the round. However, Tyson recovered and eventually beat Bruno when the referee stopped the contest in round five with Bruno taking heavy punishment, lying helpless on the ropes.
Bruno kept winning fights, helping him to retain his spot as one of the world's leading heavyweights. He defeated contender Carl Williams, and then journeymen such as Jose Ribalta, Pierre Coetzer, and Dutchman Jan Emmen.
In 1993 he had a third world title chance against young Lennox Lewis, who was making the second defence of the belt (his first of three championship reigns). The Lennox Lewis vs Frank Bruno fight was the first time that two British boxers had fought for the world heavyweight title. Lewis beat Bruno on a stoppage in round seven, Bruno again failing to take his title chance after leading the contest on points up until what proved the final round.
Frank Bruno vs Mulendva
Frank Bruno vs Allen
Frank Bruno vs LeDoux
Frank Bruno vs Cummings
Frank Bruno vs Santemore
Frank Bruno vs Figueroa
Frank Bruno vs Rodriguez
Frank Bruno vs Eklund
Frank Bruno vs Frazier