|Name Khalid Rahilou|
Division Light welterweight
Martial art Boxing
|Height 1.73 m|
Khalid Rahilou (born 19 June 1966) is French former professional boxer of Moroccan descent. He held the WBA and European light-welterweight titles.
Rahilou compiled an amateur record of 45 wins, 7 losses and 12 knockouts. He represented Morocco in the 1988 Olympics in the light welterweight division. His results were:
Rahilou began his professional career in 1988 and won his first major regional championship—the European light-welterweight title—in 1994. He later became world champion by winning the WBA light-welterweight title from Frankie Randall in 1997. Rahilou defended the title twice before losing it to Sharmba Mitchell in 1998. Following a loss to Souleymane M'baye in 2002, Rahilou retired from the sport.