Frank Bruno Boxing Dvd Career Set

Frank Bruno Boxing Dvd Career Set


Proudly Presenting Frank Bruno Boxing Fights on Boxing Dvd

Name: Frank Bruno
Born: 1961-11-16
Birthplace: Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom
Nationality: United Kingdom
Hometown: Clapham, London, United Kingdom
Boxing Record: Won: 40 Boxing Fights; Lost Fights: 5; Drawn: 0; KO: 38 Knockouts; KO%: 95
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 3″   /   191cm
Reach: 82″   /   208cm

History of Frank Bruno Boxing Career

 Franklyn Roy Bruno was born at Hammersmith Hospital in London. He was the youngest of 6 children from the union of his parents Lynette & Robert Bruno. Michael, Eddie, Faye Joanne, and Angela are his siblings.  His parents settled down in Wandsworth in London. His father Robert who was from Dominica passed away in 1975, while his mother Lynette was a district nurse and a Pentecostal lay preacher from Jamaica. Growing up with five brothers and sisters in a terraced London house, He starting boxing at 9 at the local Wandsworth Boys Club. Frank learnt to box more acutely while at Oak Hall School in Sussex, an establishment for 'problem' children.  During his amateur career, he amassed a 20-1 career, losing to (and eventually beating) Joe Christie while representing the Philip Game Amateur Boxing Club. His amateur career culminated with Frank boxing for Young England and becoming the youngest ever Amateur British Champion at the age of 18. Frank became a professional boxer in 1980, after twenty-one consecutive wins by knockout. As Great Britain had been starved of World champions in the Heavy weight division for the 20th century there became whispers of suggestions of this big lad from South London getting to the heights of a World championship. But there was to be a wait for a few years! In March 1984, at Wembley future world Heavyweight champion, American James 'Bonecrusher' Smith, then a boxing journeyman, stopped Franks Promised Land in its tracks when he defeated Frank by knockout in the tenth and final round of their bout, with Frank leading on all three judges' cards. This would not be the last time Frank went on to loose a contest he had been clearly winning and would have emerged victorious had he survived until the final bell.

Frank Bruno was the most admired boxer since Henry Cooper, during the 80's his corny catchphrases and genuine nature adhered him to the British Public and he became Britains most popular sportsman and was loved by all. In this collection of truly one of the most beloved athletes Great Britain has ever produced you'll see why Bruno was considered a hard hitting heavyweight prospect in his early pro career.




Frank Bruno Vs Guerra
Frank Bruno Vs Figueroa
Frank Bruno Vs Jordan
Frank Bruno Vs Frazier
Frank Bruno Vs Coetzee
Frank Bruno Vs Rodrigues
Frank Bruno Vs Tillis
Frank Bruno Vs Witherspoon
Frank Bruno Vs Allen
Frank Bruno Vs Eklund
Frank Bruno Vs Jameson
Frank Bruno Vs Lithgo
Frank Bruno Vs Gibbs
Frank Bruno Vs Mulinowa
Frank Bruno Vs Santemore
Frank Bruno Vs Sharkey
Frank Bruno Vs Lukasa
Frank Bruno Vs Muhaymin
Frank Bruno Vs Lakusta
Frank Bruno Vs Ledoux
Frank Bruno Vs Mike Tyson
Frank Bruno Vs Tyson II
Frank Bruno Vs Lennox Lewis
Frank Bruno Vs Acuna
Frank Bruno Vs Butzbach
Frank Bruno Vs Emman
Frank Bruno Vs Gauwe
Frank Bruno Vs Ferguson
Frank Bruno Vs Moore
Frank Bruno Vs Scott
Frank Bruno Vs Gross
Frank Bruno Vs Evans
Frank Bruno Vs Smith
Frank Bruno Vs Nielson
Frank Bruno Vs Ribalta
Frank Bruno Vs Marin
Frank Bruno Vs Gardner
Frank Bruno Vs Williams
Frank Bruno Vs Bugner
Frank Bruno Vs Mccall
Doc Bruno Laid Bare

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    Great boxer, great quality set....thxxx guys. frank Bruno is one of my all time favourites and i have met Frank bruno
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