Neither and both? Okayyy…. I wasn't answering questions with questions. I was just asking a question because I needed to clarify your point before I could answer it. If you're looking to nominate only 5 fighters across ALL divisions for a British Boxing Hall of Fame then I don't see what naming TEN better fighters than the ones you chose and from the SAME division has got to do with it. But as far as Eubank and Bruno are concerned... I don't think Eubank was even the best British fighter in his division at that time, I thought Michael Watson was better. I think that Randolph Turpin at his peak would have comprehensively battered Eubank at his peak. I would definitely nominate Turpin ahead of Eubank. Bruno was undoubtedly the best British heavyweight of the 80's but that isn't really saying a great deal and I think Bugner in his prime would have outpointed him.