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Jean-Claude Bouttier

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Jean-Claude Bouttier c. 1972
Weight(s) Middleweight
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
Born 13 October 1944 (1944-10-13) (age 72)[1][2]
Besançon, France
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 72
Wins 64
Wins by KO 43
Losses 7
Draws 1

Jean-Claude Bouttier (born 13 October 1944) is a French actor and former professional boxer. During his boxing career, which spanned from 1965 to 1974, he won 64 out of 72 bouts, 43 of them by knockout. In June 1971 he won the European Boxing Union (EBU) middleweight title, and in 1972 and 1973 unsuccessfully contested the WBC and WBA titles against Carlos Monzon. He lost the EBU title to Kevin Finnegan in May 1974.[3]

Bouttier started his film career by playing himself in TV series, while still boxing. His later roles involved proper acting, such as Philippe Rouget in Les Uns et les Autres.[4] Since 1984, he has worked as a sports commentator for Canal+.[2]


  1. ^ Fiche d'identité de Jean-Claude Bouttier Boxe.
  2. ^ a b Jean-Claude Bouttier. Temps Libre Magazine. (Interview in French)
  3. ^ Jean-Claude Bouttier.
  4. ^ Jean-Claude Bouttier on IMDb