Former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion.
Britain's best known and loved Heavy weight boxer, former WBC World Champion and now known as a personality and Boxing after dinner speaker.
His well documented illness put Frank back in the public eye and the warmth and reception Frank now gets wherever he goes has propelled him back into being one of Britain's most loved sports personalities.
Frank is now well and able to work on a variety of different jobs including a Q&A speech which is informative as well as amusing.
Frank Bruno Summary
1980: Bruno wins ABA heavyweight championship at the age of 18.
1982: Wins first professional fight, beating Lupe Guerra at the Albert Hall.
1985: Wins European heavyweight championship, beating Anders Eklund at Wembley.
1986: March - Wins WBA heavyweight title eliminator against former WBA champion Gerrie Coetzee at Wembley but four months later suffers first world title defeat (WBA) at the hands of Tim Witherspoon, also at Wembley.
1987: Beats 37-year-old Joe Bugner at Tottenham.
1989: Experiences second world title defeat, for the undisputed world heavyweight championship, at the hands of Mike Tyson in Las Vegas.
1993: Suffers third world title defeat (WBC) by Lennox Lewis in Cardiff.
1995: 2nd September - Wins WBC world title, beating Oliver McCall at Wembley by unanimous point's decision to become the third British boxer to hold a world heavyweight title.
1996: 16th March - Loses his title in first defence against former undisputed champion Mike Tyson in Las Vegas. He suffers a cut eye in the opening round. Referee forced to stop fight in third as Bruno crumbles under a flurry of punches.
1996 30th August - Announces retirement on medical advice.
What's Frank been doing since retiring?
Frank is well and working all over Europe he has recently been invited on a number of corporate day golf events and more and more events as an after dinner speaker. His presentation is used by companies as a motivational speaker
Is he a motivational inspirational speaker? Yes.
Is he a motivational keynote speaker? Perhaps not.
He is used by many clients for charity fundraising events as the public love him and children recognise him. One recent charity fund raising idea was to auction his time in a Gym with a couple of charity supporters. His autograph is always in high demand and he often attends autograph shows with Geoff Hurst, Peter Shilton, and other celebs and has done a series of events with Ricky Hatton. He enjoys football and is just getting into Rugby Union as his son now is playing. He is a legend of the sport and apart from Boxing the World loves the character of Frank Bruno.
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