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
Frank Bruno
Bruno again regrouped, dispatching Jesse Ferguson in one round, and the fringe contenders Rodolfo Marin and Mike Evans equally easily.
WBC heavyweight champon and retirement
On 2 September 1995, Bruno finally became world champion by outpointing WBC Champion Oliver McCall over twelve rounds. Bruno did not last long as champion, the contract he signed to get McCall meant he had to face Mike Tyson in his first defence. Tyson beat Bruno on a stoppage in round three. Bruno performing unusually poorly in what turned out to be his last bout as a professional, due to a severe eye injury casused by Tyson. Bruno was advised not to fight again to avoid running the risk of causing any more damage to it, which could result in permanent blindness. Bruno retired soon after the fight.
Bruno's publicist throughout most of his career was sports historian Norman Giller, who wrote three books with Bruno" Know what I Mean, Eye of the Tiger and From Zero to Hero. His manager for all but his last five fights was Terry Lawless, who signed him as a professional shortly after he had become ABA heavyweight champion at the age of eighteen.
Personal life
Bruno grew up in Wandsworth, South West London. Growing up with five brothers and sisters in a terraced house, Bruno's mother is Jamaican and his father was Dominican. Bruno got into many street fights during his youth and he began to box seriously while at Oak Hall Reform School in Sussex, an establishment for "problem" childlren. As an amateur boxer, he amassed a 20-1 career, losing only to Joe Christie while representing the Philip Game Amateur Boxing Club. His amateur career culminated with boxing for Young England and becoming the youngest ever Amateur British Champion at eighteen years of age. He became a professional boxer in 1982, starting with 21 consecutive wins by knockout. In 1990, Bruno married Laura at a small church in Hornchurch, England. They had two daughters: Nicola and Rachel, and a son, Franklyn. They divorced in 2001.
On 22 September 2003, Bruno was taken from his home near Brentwood in Essex by medical staff assisted by police officers, under the provisions of the Mental Health Act 1983. He was taken to Goodmayes Hospital in Ilford, where he underwent psychological and psychiatric tests. He had been suffering from depression for several months beforehand. He was later diagnosed as having bipolar disorder. On 9 October 2005, Bruno admitted that cocaine use, which began in 2000, had contributed to his mental health problems.
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