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|Real name||Hippolyte Annex|
14 February 1933 |
|Wins by KO||19|
Hippolyte Annex (born 14 February 1933 in Pézenas, Hérault) is a former French professional boxer. He was four time French champion, holding the French welterweight title from 1960 to 1961 and the middleweight title from 1961 to 1963. In 1962, he unsuccessfully fought Laszlo Papp for the EBU European middleweight title.
Annex's first professional fight was against Ceslaw Dudek on 12 April 1959 in Paris, winning by a knock out.
In 37 professional bouts, Annex won 28 (19 by knock outs), drew 6 and lost 3 (all KOs).
In 2007, his home town of Pézenas honoured him by naming a street after him.
- "Inauguration de rues à Plaisance", Télégramme, September 2007, 6
- Professional boxing record for Hippolyte Annex from BoxRec
- "Inauguration de rues à Plaisance", Télégramme, September 2007, p6, report and picture of street naming ceremony
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