|Real name||Fred Bretonnel|
|Born||1 January 1905|
|Died||4 September 1928(aged 23)|
|Wins by KO||1|
Fred Bretonnel (1 January 1905 – 4 September 1928) was a French lightweight boxer and title holder of the Featherweight Championship of France from 24 June to 7 October 1924, when it was taken by Lucien Vinez. In a career totalling 23 matches, he lost 9, drew 4 and won 9 with one knock out.
Bretonnel's family were also strongly associated with boxing. His brother was a professional boxing trainer and manager, and his father started the first boxing magazine in France.
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