Former world heavyweight boxing champion Frank Bruno won 40 out of his 45 professional fights. A pantomime regular with a distinctive laugh, he became a favourite with the public. He has struggled with his mental health, suffering depression before being diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Frank Bruno. Mike Tyson. Mental health.
He had a highly publicised and eventful career, both in and out of the ring. The pinnacle of Bruno's boxing career was winning the WBC heavyweight title from Oliver McCall at a packed Wembley Stadium in , in what was his fourth world championship challenge. Bruno faced multiple top-rated heavyweights throughout his career, including two fights against Mike Tyson in and , and a domestic clash against Lennox Lewis in Like Henry Cooper before him, Bruno has remained a popular celebrity with the British public following his retirement from boxing, including his well-documented struggles with mental health.
Ladies and gentlemen, the same incredible fitness that led Frank Bruno to a WBC World Heavyweight Championship is the same fitness that might get him back into the ring at 58 years of age. Frank Bruno, who is one of the most known Heavyweight Boxers in British Boxing history, posted his early morning workout on Instagram this Monday. He had workout sessions outside in the sunny weather of spring, and inside with dumbbells in hand, running on the treadmill. As was mentioned above, it was his fitness that carried him to Heavyweight Gold in his fight career, but Oliver McCall, the man he beat for the WBC title in , was not the only obstacle he overcame with his fitness. Bipolar disorder and Pneumonia are also battles that this ring warrior has had to overcome in his 58 plus year life. People deal with these every day, and some don't make it through. But Frank Bruno used his love of fitness to lead him to victory in the 46th and 47th fights of his illustrious career.
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