Frank Bruno has taken to social media to show off his remarkable figure at the ripe old age of 58 – and boxing fans are desperate to see him square off with Mike Tyson in the ring once more.
‘Iron Mike’, 53, has been back in training ahead of a comeback to the ring and he’s been posting his own rather eye-catching workout videos online.
Former British heavyweight champion Bruno, 58, showed off his remarkable shape to his followers on Instagram
Bruno was defeated by Tyson in the ring on two occasions in 1989 and 1996
A third fight with old rival Evander Holyfield has also been mooted, while the father of current heavyweight champ Tyson Fury, John, has also put his name into the hat as a potential contender.
However, former British heavyweight Bruno, who was defeated by Tyson in two world title fights in 1989 and 1996, has shown that he can still pack a punch after flaunting his incredible shape on Instagram.
The Hammersmith-born bruiser posted an image of him punching a heavy bag with his impressive back muscles on show for all to see.
Unsurprisingly, a host of legends in boxing commented to laud Bruno for his remarkable shape.
Former Irish boxer Barry McGuigan wrote: “Looking great Frank, keep it going champ.”
While legendary announcer Michael Buffer said: “Sir Frank is and always has been the gentleman’s gentleman.
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A Huge shock to see my old friend @thewilliethorne has died not only a prolific snooker player but also a real character we spent a number of years on different sporting TV programmes the last few years . He will be greatly missed by all that knew him 🙏🏾
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“It’s always a thrill for me to see the huge fan reaction, the love, that he gets from the crowd when I introduce him in attendance at ringside!”
On Wednesday, Bruno paid tribute to British snooker legend WIllie Thorne, who sadly passed away earlier this week.
“A huge shock to see my old friend Willie Thorne has died,” he wrote.
“Not only a prolific snooker player but also a real character, we spent a number of years on different sporting TV programmes the last few years.
“He will be greatly missed by all that knew him.”