Bruno, Frank ( Franklin Roy) (1961– ) English boxer. He turned professional in 1982, and in 1985 won the European heavyweight title and challenged Tim Witherspoon for the WBA crown. He retired after losing to Mike Tyson in 1989, but staged a comeback only to lose another world title challenge to Lennox Lewis in 1993. In 1995 he beat Oliver McCall on points to win the WBC title, but lost his defence against Tyson and retired again.
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