Phillip Boudreault

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Phillip "Phil" Boudreault (born January 23, 1975 in Sudbury, Ontario) is a former boxer and current Vice President of the Hells Angels Ontario Nomads from Canada.

Boudreault competed in the light welterweight (< 63.5 kg) division at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. There he was stopped in the second round by Russia's Eduard Zakharov, after having defeated Rashi Ali Hadj Matumla of Tanzania in the first round.

After the Olympics Boudreault became involved in criminal activities. He was known to associate with biker gangs and in 2005 was convicted of a brutal assault in a Sudbury bar. He narrowly avoided the dangerous offender status and a life sentence in prison after he agreed to a prison sentence of three years and accepted the lesser "long-term offender" status.[1] He was subsequently charged with violating his long-term supervision order, testing positive for marijuana and cocaine use in May 2009. He pleaded guilty in court on January 28, 2010, and will be sentenced on April 7.[1]

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