Frank Warren Presents Best Of Boxing [DVD]
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Frank Warren is at the top of his game. For more than two decades Franks been responsible for promoting some of the worlds biggest names and fights.Now Britains Mr Boxing has chosen his own big fight favourites and you better be ready for some of the most explosive, pulsating action from 25 years of Frank Warren promotions. This is a whos who of British boxing superstars.Theres big Frank Bruno winning his world title at Wembley and Prince Nassem Hamed at his devastating, precocious best. Chris Eubank and Steve Collins mix it in one of the match ups of the 90s.From todays heroes theres big punching Joe Calzaghe and the young genius that is Amir Khan, in his final amateur contest against Olympic legend Mario Kindelan. Fittingly Franks ultimate collection concludes with the fight of 2005 Ricky The Hitman Hatton taking the world light welterweight title off the great Kostya Tszyu at a heaving MEN Arena.Eight of the greatest fights ever seen on British soil the very best, selected by the man who knows best Frank Warren.
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By all accounts, the DVD is a good enough watch, but If it's Benn you're after - don't get this one!
it was very easy to listen to all the talk
when watching the boxing you pick up on things that you sometimes missed when watching the first time