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Real name  Hippolyte Annex
Martial art  Boxing
Wins by ko  19
Role  Boxer
Losses  3
Name  Hippolyte Annex
Draws  6
Nationality  France
Total fights  37

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Rated at  Welterweight, Middleweight
Born  14 February 1933 (age 82) Pezenas, France (1933-02-14)
Division  Middleweight, Welterweight

Hippolyte Annex (born 14 February 1933 in Pézenas, Hérault) is a former French professional boxer. He was four time French champion, holding the French welterweight title from 1960 to 1961 and the middleweight title from 1961 to 1963. In 1962, he unsuccessfully fought Laszlo Papp for the EBU European middleweight title.

Professional career

Annex's first professional fight was against Ceslaw Dudek on 12 April 1959 in Paris, winning by a knock out.

In 37 professional bouts, Annex won 28 (19 by knock outs), drew 6 and lost 3 (all KOs).

Annex's last fight was on 16 June 1963 at the St. Nazaire Stadium, Saint-Nazaire, Loire-Atlantique, France, when he was knocked out by the Senegalese boxer Souleymane Diallo.

In 2007, his home town of Pézenas honoured him by naming a street after him.


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