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Carmelo Bossi

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Sport  Boxing
Weight  71 kg
Name  Carmelo Bossi
Martial art  Boxing
Role  Boxer
Division  Light middleweight
Height  1.71 m

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Born  15 October 1939Milano, Italy
Died  March 23, 2014, Milan, Italy
Olympic medals  Boxing at the 1960 Summer Olympics - Light Middleweight

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Carmelo Bossi (15 October 1939 – 23 March 2014) was an Italian boxer who held the European welterweight and world junior middleweight titles. Bossi boxed from 1961 to 1971 and his overall record was 40 wins (10 KOs), 8 defeats and 3 draws.

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Career

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Bossi won a silver medal at the 1960 Olympics. In early 1961 he turned professional and fought through 1971. In 1965 Bossi won the national and in 1967 the European welterweight title. After defending the European title twice he lost it on 14 August 1968 to Fighting Mack. In 1967 he twice fought Willie Ludick for the world welterweight title, but lost on both occasions. In July 1970 he took the Lineal, WBC and WBA super welterweight titles by winning Freddie Little, but lost them to Koichi Wajima in October 1971 in his last bout.


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References

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