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Frank Bruno and Lennox Lewis Signed Boxing Glove

Frank Bruno and Lennox Lewis Dual Signed Boxing Glove. This Title glove has been signed by both British heavyweight legends Frank Bruno and Lennox Lewis. It has been signed in person by both boxers at a promotional event. A great piece of signed boxing memorabilia. It is displayed in a glass display case along with a plaque summarising their careers. 100% authentic hand signed autographs, supplied with a Coa.
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Frank Bruno and Lennox Lewis Dual Signed Boxing Glove. This Title glove has been signed by both British heavyweight legends Frank Bruno and Lennox Lewis. It has been signed in person by both boxers at a promotional event. A great piece of signed boxing memorabilia. It is displayed in a glass display case along with a plaque summarising their careers. 100% authentic hand signed autographs, supplied with a Coa.

Frank Bruno Bibliography

Franklin Roy "Frank" Bruno, MBE was born 16 November 1961 and is a British former professional boxer who fought at heavyweight. His career spanned 14 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, over 12 rounds, 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.

He became a professional boxer in 1982, quickly achieving 21 consecutive wins by knockout. 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. He won his next six bouts against respected opposition and eventually  won the European heavyweight title with a KO over Sweden's Anders Eklund and got back into World 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.

After this loss he got himself back into title contention with wins over former contenders and in October 1987 he faced the veteran Joe Bugner in an all British fight. Bugner although long past his peak, was coming off impressive wins. Bruno won by TKO in the 8th round. In 1988, he 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 technical knockdown, due to stepping out of the ring.He continued in the round, ultimately rocking Tyson 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.

Bruno kept winning fights, helping him to retain his spot as one of the world's leading heavyweights.In 1993 he had a third world title chance against the young Lennox Lewis, who was making the second defence of the belt, the 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.

On 24 September 1994, Oliver McCall beat Lewis with a surprising and somewhat controversial second round knockout victory at Wembley Arena, and, after outpointing Larry Holmes, he came to England to defend the WBC title against Bruno. On 2 September 1995, Bruno finally became world champion by outpointing McCall over 12 rounds. He 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 caused by Tyson.He retired from professional boxing soon after the fight.

Lennox Lewis Bibliography

Lennox Claudius Lewis, CM, CBE was born 2 September 1965 and is a former professional boxer who competed from 1989 to 2003. He was a three-time heavyweight world champion, having also held the lineal championship, and remains the last undisputed heavyweight champion. He holds dual British and Canadian citizenship; as an amateur he represented Canada at the 1988 Olympics, winning a gold medal in the super-heavyweight division after defeating future world champion Riddick Bowe in the final.

In his first three years as a professional, he would win several regional championships, including the European, British, and Commonwealth heavyweight titles. After winning his first 21 fights, he defeated Donovan Ruddock in 1992 to take over the number one position in the WBC rankings. The following year, he was awarded the WBC title due to Riddick Bowe refusing to fight him. Three defences of the title were made before a loss to Oliver McCall in 1994, but he avenged the loss in a 1997 rematch, to win back the now-vacant WBC title.

A further four defences were made, during which he won the lineal championship by defeating Shannon Briggs in 1998. Two fights against Evander Holyfield in 1999 (the first of which ended in a controversial draw) saw Lewis become undisputed heavyweight champion by unifying his WBC title with Holyfield's WBA and IBF titles, as well as the vacant IBO title. In 2000, the WBA stripped Lewis of their title when he opted to face Michael Grant instead of mandatory challenger John Ruiz. He was also forced to vacate the IBF title in 2002 after refusing to face mandatory challenger Chris Byrd.

Another upset occurred in 2001 when he was knocked out by Hasim Rahman, but this defeat was avenged later in the year. In 2002, he defeated Mike Tyson in one of the most highly anticipated fights in boxing history. Prior to the event, he was awarded the The Ring magazine title, which had been vacant since the late 1980s and was last held by Mike Tyson. In what would be his final fight, in 2003, he defeated Vitali Klitschko in a brutal encounter. He would vacate his remaining titles and retire from boxing in 2004.

He often referred to himself as "the pugilist specialist." During his boxing prime he was 6 feet 5 inches (196 centimetres) tall, with an 84-inch (213 cm) reach, and weighed about 245 pounds (111 kg). He is regarded by many as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time, and also one of the greatest British fighters of all time. In 1999 he was named Fighter of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association of America, and won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year



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