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Hocine Khalfi

Hocine Khalfi was an Algerian-French boxer. 

Khalfi, who began combat sports at the age of 17, grew rapidly through the ranks. In 1945, he was Algeria’s lightweight champion. Hocine, nicknamed “Golden Glove,” discovered himself in Paris, where he began his first expert battles at the age of 18 years. Khalfi had 16 knockouts in his 9-year career (1948–1957). His final record stood at 47-22-7.

His boxing record includes 76 total fights with 46 wins, in those wins 16 were won by KO. He had a total of 22 loses, 7 draws and 0 No Contests. 


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