Miguel de Oliveira

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Miguel de Oliveira (born September 30, 1947) is a former Brazilian boxer at middleweight. He was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Professional career[edit]

De Oliveira turned pro in 1968 and on May 7, 1975, scored a 15-round Unanimous Decision against Jose Manuel Duran at Stade Louis II, Monte Carlo, Monaco, and won the Vacant WBC Light Middleweight Title. He lost the belt in his first defense to Elisha Obed.

Preceded by
Koichi Wajima
Stripped
WBC Light Middleweight boxing champion
7 May 1975– 13 Nov 1975
Succeeded by
Elisha Obed

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