Frank Bruno is set to make his return to the sport of boxing but in a coaching capacity it has been reported today.
Frank Bruno has been granted a trainers license by the British Boxing Board of Control.
The former heavyweight champion of the world had a stellar career in the ring during his own time as a boxer, capturing the world heavyweight title on his fourth attempt of trying in a story of perseverance and determination that won over fans worldwide.
The fight took place at Wembley stadium against American Oliver McCall.
Bruno also shared the ring with notable heavyweights such as Tim Witherspoon, Mike Tyson (twice), Lennox Lewis and Joe Bugner.
Speaking on his Instagram account Bruno posted the following:
So proud to announce that I have my license to be a pro trainer, great to be in the ring coming from a different angle… looking forward to start training people next year… Watch this space 🥊👊🏽 #frankbruno #teambruno #trainer #BBBOC #champ #boxing #feelinggreat #thefutureisbright #ontrack #lifeisgood
Bruno in recent times since retiring from the sport of boxing has battled with bipolar disorder which the following documentary with his daughter goes through:
Everyone at Boxing News and Views wishes Frank Bruno all the very best with his new venture into training professional fighters.
It will be interesting to see who he chooses for his first fighter.