The #knockoutstigma campaign sees Frank and others in the public eye openly talking about their own personal experiences and struggles with mental health, with the aim to hopefully help others stand up, speak out and KNOCK OUT mental health stigma!

Ricky “The Hitman Hatton”

Richard John Hatton MBE, or Ricky ‘the hitman’ Hatton is one of the UK’s most successful, and arguably the most popular British boxer of all time. Born in Stockport and raised in Hyde, Greater Manchester, where he continues to live and work today, Ricky transcended the sport of boxing to become one of the country’s most adored sportsmen.

A two weight world champion, in a 48 fight career he won the WBA (Super), IBF, IBO light-welterweight titles and the WBA welterweight title in a long and successful career. His relentless, all action, front foot style created a huge following of fanatical supporters and some of the most memorable fight nights in British boxing history.

Ricky opens up about everything from when his problems with depression started after his defeat to Floyd Mayweather JR, to how it progressed and how he got through it and is able to tell the story today

More coming soon…

What does the foundation do?

The Frank Bruno Foundation will provide structured  non-contact boxing sessions aimed to relieve the social, emotional and mental distress that adversely affects the mental health of children, young people and adults.

What is non-contact boxing?

Non-contact boxing is boxing without being hit; it is a physical workout which includes a mixture of balance, quick movement and focus but includes no opponents or competitors thereby reducing stress.

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Support the Frank Bruno Foundation

You can support the Frank Bruno Foundation by purchasing and wearing with pride a piece of our exclusive merchandise. Let’s start the fight back against mental health issues and stigma and let’s do it together. All profits go straight to The Frank Bruno Foundation.