Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 19. Chapters: Alexis Vastine, Ali Hallab, Armand Apell, Brahim Asloum, Charles Peguilhan, Christophe Mendy, Christophe Tiozzo, Daniel Daney, Daniel Londas, Daouda Sow, Djamel Lifa, François Aupetit, Frédéric Esther, Gaston Fayaud, Georges Doussot, Georges Galinat, Georges Gourdy, Georges Rossignon, Gilbert Chapron, Henri Stuckmann, Jackson Chanet, Jacques Lemouton, Jaoid Chiguer, Jean-Baptiste Rampignon, Jean-Louis Mandengue, Jean-Mickaël Raymond, Jean-Paul Mendy, Jean Ces, Jean Despeaux, Jean Gachet, Jean Tholey, Jérémy Beccu, Jérôme Thomas, John Dovi, John M'Bumba, Joseph Gonzales (boxer), Joseph Solvinto, Joseph Ventaja, Josué Blocus, Julien Lorcy, Khedafi Djelkhir, Laurent Boudouani, Louis Gomis (boxer), Louis Piochelle, Ludovic Proto, Marcel Depont, Marcel Rey-Golliet, Nordine Oubaali, Paul Fritsch, Pierre Bonnet (boxer), Rachid Azzedine, Rachid Bouaita, René Dubois, René Libeer, Richard Savignac, Robert Foquet, Roger Brousse, Roger Michelot, Roger Tritz, Tony Yoka, Willy Blain, Xavier Eluère, Xavier Noël, Yoland Levèque, Yvon Trèvédic. Excerpt: Laurent Boudouani (born December 29, 1965 in Sallanches, Haute-Savoie) is retired professional boxer. He is a former WBA world light middleweight champion and a welterweight silver medal winner at the 1988 Olympics. Boudouani turned professional in 1989 and had two early victories over future titlist Javier Castillejo prior to capturing the WBA Light Middleweight Title by defeating Julio César Vásquez by KO in the 5th. Boudouani successfully defended his title five times, including victories over Carl Daniels, Guillermo Jones, and boxing great Terry Norris. Boudouani lost his title to Olympian David Reid in 1999 by unanimous decision and retired after the bout. Josué Edmond Blocus (born November 20, 1969 in Saint-Claude, Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe) is a French heavyweight boxer who competed in the 1996 Olympics. Blocus is a black Frenchman whose family is from Guadeloupe. European Championships in Vejle 1996, Denmark he beat Zoran Manojlovic (Yugoslavia) WDQ 2 but lost to Serguei Lyakhovich (Belarus) on points. At the Olympics in Atlanta he fought at superheavyweight and beat Jesús Guevara, Venezuela, RSC-2 (02:13) but was stopped in the second round by big-punching Adaliat Marnedov, Azerbaijan by RSC-1 (02:11). He turned pro in 1997 showing big power in 6 early wins among others over durable Sedreck Fields (KO1). But he became rather inactive, fighting only five times over the next five years before getting outpointed in 2002 by Friday Ahunanya and even KOd by clubfighter Guerrero (record 15-6). In 2007 at age 37 he rebounded and scored the biggest win of his pro career beating Canadian champ David Cadieux on the road. Christophe Mendy (born August 4, 1971 in Rouen) is a retired boxer who competed for France in the heavyweight division (- 91 kg) during the 1990s. He won the bronze medal at the 1995 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Berlin, Germany, where he was defeated in the semifinals by Cuban legend Félix Savón. A year later he ended up second at the 1996 Eu
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