Hocine Khalfi

January 7, 1928 at 9:00 PM
Oran, Oran, Algeria

Birthtime accuracy: excellent
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Hocine Khalfi (January 7, 1928 – August 27, 2011) (commonly misspelled, "Hoacine") was an Algerian-American boxer from Oran, Algeria. He was orphaned at the age of seven and raised by his aunt. Khalfi, who started boxing at the age of 17, quickly rose through the ranks. He was the featherweight champion of Algeria in 1945. Named "Golden Glove," Hocine found himself in Paris where he began to deliver his first professional battles; He was only 18 years old. Over his 9 year career (1948–1957), Khalfi scored 16 knockouts. His final record was 47-22-7.

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Steinbrecher / Accuracy: excellent


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