|Real name||Lucien Pierre Brouillard|
St. Eugene, Quebec
|Died||September 14, 1984(aged 73)|
|Wins by KO||67|
Lucien Pierre Brouillard, better known as Lou Brouillard, (born May 23, 1911 in Saint-Eugène-de-Grantham, Quebec and died September 14, 1984), was a professional boxer in the welterweight (147lb) division.
According to an "Oddities of the Sports World" newspaper column of Sept. 23, 1931, Brouillard started as a right-handed boxer. Early on, however, he broke some rib bones on his right side, hampering his ability to hit with his right hand. He therefore converted to a southpaw.
- Inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame: Class of 2000
- Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame: Class of 2006
- "All-time World middleweights". from BoxRec.com. Retrieved 22 May 2013.
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