Laurent Boudouani

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Laurent Boudouani
Statistics
Real name Laurent Boudouani
Rated at Light middleweight
Nationality France French
Born (1965-12-29) December 29, 1965 (age 48)
Sallanches, France
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 42
Wins 38
Wins by KO 32
Losses 3
Draws 1
No contests 0
Olympic medal record
Men's Boxing
Silver Seoul 1988 Welterweight

Laurent Boudouani (born December 29, 1965 in Sallanches, Haute-Savoie) is retired professional boxer. He is a former WBA world light middleweight champion and a welterweight silver medal winner at the 1988 Olympics.

Olympic results[edit]

Pro career[edit]

Boudouani turned professional in 1989 and had two early victories over future titlist Javier Castillejo prior to capturing the WBA Light Middleweight Title by defeating Julio César Vásquez by KO in the 5th. Boudouani successfully defended his title five times, including victories over Carl Daniels, Guillermo Jones, and boxing great Terry Norris. Boudouani lost his title to Olympian David Reid in 1999 by unanimous decision and retired after the bout.

Professional boxing record[edit]

38 Wins (32 knockouts, 6 decisions), 3 Losses (2 knockouts, 1 decision), 1 Draw [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 11-0 United States David "American Dream" Reid UD 12 06/03/1999 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States WBA World Light Middleweight Title. 112-117, 111-117, 112-118.
Win 47-8 United States Terry Norris TKO 9 30/11/1998 Île-de-France Paris, France WBA World Light Middleweight Title.
Win 22-1-1 Panama Guillermo Jones SD 12 30/05/1998 Nevada Las Vegas, United States WBA World Light Middleweight Title. 116-112, 115-113, 111-117.
Draw 22-1 Panama Guillermo Jones PTS 12 13/02/1998 New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States WBA World Light Middleweight Title. 114-114, 114-114, 114-115.
Win 32-13-2 United States Kevin "Mr. Excitement" Pompey PTS 8 17/12/1997 Île-de-France Thiais, France
Win 38-2 United States Carl Daniels UD 12 29/03/1997 Nevada Las Vegas, United States WBA World Light Middleweight Title. 118-108, 115-111, 117-109.
Win 15-25-1 United States Benji "Bad News" Singleton TKO 4 14/12/1996 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 56-2 Argentina Julio Cesar Vasquez KO 5 21/08/1996 Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Le Cannet, France WBA World Light Middleweight Title. Vasquez knocked out at 2:07 of the fifth round.
Win 24-8-1 Ukraine Viktor Fesechko KO 3 05/07/1996 Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Hyères, France
Win 11-8-3 Dominican Republic Jorge Ramirez KO 5 18/05/1996 Pays de la Loire Saint-Nazaire, France
Win 37-3 Spain Javier Castillejo UD 12 06/01/1996 Île-de-France Levallois-Perret, France EBU Light Middleweight Title. 120-107, 120-107, 120-105.
Win 32-8 Belgium Patrick Vungbo TKO 6 27/06/1995 Île-de-France Levallois-Perret, France EBU Light Middleweight Title.
Win 36-2 Spain Javier Castillejo TKO 9 03/01/1995 Champagne-Ardenne Épernay, France EBU Light Middleweight Title.
Win 10-6 France Guy Vaste TKO 3 25/11/1994 Lorraine (region) Hayange, France
Win 7-19-1 Panama Antonio Campbell KO 3 24/06/1994 Centre (French region) Orléans, France
Win 14-23-4 Belgium Marino Monteyne TKO 5 22/04/1994 Rhône-Alpes Voiron, France
Loss 14-5-1 France Bernard Razzano TKO 8 05/10/1993 Burgundy Dijon, France EBU Light Middleweight Title.
Win 19-2 United Kingdom Andy Till KO 4 23/06/1993 England Edmonton, London, United Kingdom EBU Light Middleweight Title.
Win 29-3-2 Italy Romolo Casamonica KO 9 03/04/1993 Picardy Soissons, France EBU Light Middleweight Title.
Win 28-2 France Jean-Claude Fontana KO 3 29/11/1992 Burgundy Dijon, France EBU Light Middleweight Title.
Win 0-3 Dominican Republic Cruz Ramos TKO 2 07/09/1992 Pays de la Loire Mayenne, Mayenne, France
Win 5-13-1 United States Rick Haynes KO 3 17/04/1992 Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Gap, Hautes-Alpes, France
Win 9-8 United States Anthony "Poison" Ivory PTS 8 24/01/1992 Île-de-France Gennevilliers, France
Win 15-4 United States Clarence "Wizzer" White KO 3 20/12/1991 Andorra Canillo, Andorra
Win 4-7 United States Willie Perry KO 4 22/11/1991 Champagne-Ardenne Épernay, France
Win 8-8-1 United States Mack "Pee Wee" Brown KO 3 27/09/1991 Burgundy Chenôve, France
Loss 21-11 United States Gilbert "Sweet Sensation" Baptist TKO 8 05/07/1991 Burgundy Autun, France
Win 8-4-1 Dominican Republic James Sudberry KO 1 14/06/1991 Champagne-Ardenne Reims, France
Win 15-7-2 Colombia Horacio Perez KO 4 15/12/1990 Auvergne (region) Vichy, France
Win 18-40-1 United States Jake Torrance KO 3 20/10/1990 Rhône-Alpes Lyon, France
Win 10-8-2 Democratic Republic of the Congo Jean-Pierre Iniama KO 5 11/08/1990 Languedoc-Roussillon Le Cap d'Agde, France
Win 18-10-3 Belgium Freddy Demeulenaere TKO 2 13/07/1990 Rhône-Alpes Annecy, France
Win 3-3 Ivory Coast "Boxing" Karim Ouattara KO 1 19/05/1990 Languedoc-Roussillon Montpellier, France
Win 4-4 France Jean Louis Marcopena KO 4 06/04/1990 Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Toulon, France
Win 2-4 Romania Marcel Turcas KO 2 09/03/1990 Rhône-Alpes Annecy, France
Win 10-16-3 Martinique Joel Brival KO 1 23/02/1990 Lorraine (region) Nancy, France
Win 8-15-7 Spain Rafael Fuentes KO 2 26/01/1990 Centre (French region) Nogent-le-Phaye, France
Win 11-23-2 Belgium Bechir Chaarane DQ 5 16/12/1989 Aquitaine Gaillard, France
Win 11-24-3 Belgium Jimmy Gourad KO 4 02/12/1989 Pays de la Loire Nantes, France
Win 15-14-2 Netherlands Kid Taylor KO 5 13/10/1989 Languedoc-Roussillon Sete, France
Win 9-1 France Eric Dindaine TKO 1 02/06/1989 Aquitaine Marsac-sur-l'Isle, France
Win 3-4 France Djamel Zeghadi KO 1 17/04/1989 Picardy Saint-Quentin, Aisne, France

References[edit]

Preceded by
Julio César Vásquez
WBA Light Middleweight Champion
August 21, 1996 – March 6, 1999
Succeeded by
David Reid (boxer)