Bruno is still considering a future in ring
Wednesday 03 April 1996
Frank Bruno is still undecided whether to retire more than two weeks after losing his World Council heavyweight title to Mike Tyson.
"I'm still not sure what I'm going to do. I don't want to make a hasty decision, which I will regret later on," Bruno said. "I'm going to take time out. I'm spending time with my family, which I haven't been doing for the last three years.
"I've got to decide whether I'm going to carry on boxing or if I'm going to stop, and if I stop boxing, what I am going to do."
Bruno said he had discussed the future with his wife, Laura, but the final decision on whether he carries on will be his.
"She never comes into the boxing ring and I never go into the kitchen," he said. "She is leaving it entirely up to me."
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