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David Aloua

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Height  184 cm (6 ft 0 in)
Total  13
Draws  0
Years active  2011 - Present
Weight  89 kg
Stance  Orthodox
Role  Boxer
Division  Cruiserweight
Name  David Aloua

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Born  David Aloua-Rogers April 10, 1987 (age 28) Auckland, New Zealand (1987-04-10)
Residence  Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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David Aloua (born 24 April 1987, Auckland, New Zealand) is a New Zealand professional cruiserweight boxer.

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Aloua is a credential boxer that has won over ten fights, won five professional titles and has peaked in the top 15 in the WBO, WBA, IBO, Boxrec and in the top 40 of the WBC. Aloua represented New Zealand in the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

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Aloua vs Pitt

Aloua got the biggest win in his career when he fought Brad Pitt for the WBA Pan African, WBO Asia Pacific and WBC OPBF Cruiserweight titles. Aloua won the fight by knockout in the fourth round.

Aloua vs McCracken

Aloua and Anthony McCracken have fought professionally against each other on two occasions. The first time was in April 2012, for the vacant World Professional Boxing Federation Asia Pacific cruiserweight title. Aloua won the bout by split decision. The second time was in November 2014, for the WBO Asia Pacific, WBC OPBF and WBA Pan African cruiserweight title. McCracken won the bout by Technical Knockout in the seventh round. After the second bout, Alouas team announce that there will be a third bout eventually, however nothing has come from it since then.

Amateur boxing titles

  • 2009 New Zealand Boxing Amateur Championship 91 kg
  • 2010 New Zealand Boxing Amateur Championship 91 kg
  • Bronze Medal Commonwealth Amateur Boxing Championship 91 kg
  • Professional boxing titles

  • Universal Boxing Organization
  • UBO International cruiserweight title (2011)
  • World Professional Boxing Federation
  • WPBF Asia Pacific cruiserweight title (2012)
  • World Boxing Organisation
  • WBO Asia Pacific cruiserweight title (2014)
  • World Boxing Council
  • Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation cruiserweight title (2014)
  • World Boxing Association
  • WBA Pan African cruiserweight title (2014)
  • References

    David Aloua Wikipedia


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