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'In the last few months there have been really dark days which have pushed me to the brink': Boxing legend Frank Bruno opens up on battle with depression and bipolar disorder after losing FOUR lifelong friends to coronavirus Frank Bruno has struggled with depression and bipolar disorder for years  The boxing legend has always been open regarding his mental health battles  Bruno has been dealt heartbreak this year, losing four friends to coronavirus  The 58-year-old admits the ordeal has pushed him 'to the brink' at times 

By Danny Gallagher For Mailonline

Published: 06:55 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 07:30 BST, 3 September 2020

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Boxing legend Frank Bruno has been left battling his demons after suffering a relapse in his battle with depression and bipolar disorder following the deaths of four of his friends due to coronavirus.

The larger than life Bruno has struggled through the year while coming to terms with not only the loss of loved ones but also the cruel reality of being unable to attend funerals and say final goodbyes.

Speaking this week during an exclusive interview with the Sun, Bruno revealed how the events of the past several months have put life into perspective, while leaving him 'on the brink' regarding his own mental wellbeing.  

Frank Bruno has been left battling his demons after losing four friends to coronavirus

Frank Bruno has been left battling his demons after losing four friends to coronavirus

'I can't lie mentally, the last few months have been really, really tough,' Bruno, 58, said.

'There have been some really dark days which have pushed me right to the brink. But I am still here and still fighting and that's what I will always try to do.'  

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