Frank Bruno: One Of The Greatest Sports Speakers

Posted on 19 April 2012 by

Frank Bruno is one of the most popular sports speakers on the circuit today. Even after his retirement he has remained a popular figure in the eyes of the British public.

Boxing

Frank Bruno will always be primarily remembered for his dazzling boxing career. At his peak, he was one of the greatest fighters the sport has ever seen. Bruno rang in a golden-era for British boxing when, in 1995, he became World Champion by beating Oliver McCall over 12 rounds. Bruno has had some truly memorable fights in his career, fighting some of the all-time greats of the sport, such as Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson. When booked with your sports speakers, he will regale you with his first-hand experiences of these fights.

Engaging

It is not simply Bruno’s fighting career that has let him establish himself as one of the leading sports speakers on the circuit. To say Frank has an engaging and deep personality would be somewhat of an understatement. Those who meet him cannot help but be enthralled by his personality. Bruno is also popular because he tackles subjects harder hitting than boxing; namely depression. Frank was diagnosed with depression and bipolar disorder in 2003. His celebrity status is used by many mental health charities to raise awareness about this much misunderstood condition. His annual pantomime performances have endeared him further into the hearts of the Britian’s general public. Bruno is as assured on stage as he was in the boxing ring, meaning he will be more than comfortable in front of your audience when he is book as one of your sports speakers. If you want more information on how you can book Frank Bruno and other great sports speakers, visit Prime Performers. Prime Performers have a range of sports speakers to cater to all different types of audiences to create the perfect event. Contact us today on 020 7251 8222 or via e-mail info@primeperformers.co.uk.

 

 

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