Difference between revisions of "Christophe Tiozzo"

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*European Middleweight Title (1988)
 
*European Middleweight Title (1988)
  
== Other Factoids ==
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== Other Factiods ==
*Brother of Three-Time World Champion Fabrice Tiozzo
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*Brother of Three-Time World Champion [[Fabrice Tiozzo]]
*Brother of Heavyweight Franck Tiozzo
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*Brother of Heavyweight [[Franck Tiozzo]]
  
  
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==Amateur Accomplishments==
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Record:85-6-2 (24)<Br>
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1982 French National Championship Light Middleweights:Gold Medalist
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*Defeated Alain Cuvillier 
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*Defeated Fabien Khodri 
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*Defeated Did-Ali Lokchiri 
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*Defeated Patrick Magnetto 
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1982 European Junior Championship at Schwerin, Germany as a Light Middleweight
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*Defeated [[Graciano Rocchigiani]] (Federal Republic of Germany)
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*Lost to Shararov (USSR) 
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1983 French National Championship as a Light Middleweight: Gold Medalist
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*Defeated Bernard Razzano  TKO 3
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*Defeated Jean-Luc Charme  TKO 2
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*Defeated Gilbert Dele  TKO 3
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*Defeated Michel Moukory  kot 3
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1983: European Championship at Varna as a Light Middleweight
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*Lost to Ralf Hunger (Democratic Republic of Germany) 
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1984 French National Championship as a Middleweight: Bronze Medalist
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*Defeated Jean-Max Delnard 
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*Lost to Francois Berardino  by forfeit
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1984 Olympic Games at Los Angeles, California, USA as a Light Middleweight: Bronze Medalist
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*Defeated [[Suleymana Sadik]] (Ghana)  points
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*Defeated [[Vicky Byarubaga]] points
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*Defeated [[Israel Cole]] points
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*Lost to [[Shawn O'Sullivan]] (Canada)  points
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1985: Frecn National Championship as a Middleweight: Gold Medalist
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*Defeated Pascal Stroh  AB 2
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*Defeated [[Christophe Girard]]  TKO 2
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*Defeated Moktar Bekheira 
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*Defeated Hamedidi Maimoun
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1985: European Championship at Budapest, Hungary as a Middleweight
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*Defeated Boliguzov (USSR)
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*Defeated Maricescu (Romania) (Eliminated for failing drug test)
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{{succession box|
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before=[[InChul Baek]]|
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title=[[WBA Super Middleweight Champion]]|
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after=[[Victor Cordoba]]|
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years=30 March 1990 &ndash; 05 April 1991
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}}
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[[Category:Olympic Bronze Medalists|Tiozzo, Christophe]]
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[[Category:French Olympians|Tiozzo, Christophe]]
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[[Category:1984 Olympians|Tiozzo, Christophe]]
 
[[Category:World Super Middleweight Champions|Tiozzo, Christophe]]
 
[[Category:World Super Middleweight Champions|Tiozzo, Christophe]]
 
[[Category:French World Champions|Tiozzo, Christophe]]
 
[[Category:French World Champions|Tiozzo, Christophe]]

Revision as of 19:13, 22 April 2006

Name: Christophe Tiozzo
Born: 1963-06-01
Birthplace: Saint-Denis, Seine-Saint-Denis, France
Hometown: Lyon, Rhône, France
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 0½″   /   184cm
Boxing Record: click

World Titles

  • WBA Super Middleweight Title (1990-1991)

Regional Titles

  • European Middleweight Title (1988)

Other Factiods


Amateur Accomplishments

Record:85-6-2 (24)
1982 French National Championship Light Middleweights:Gold Medalist

  • Defeated Alain Cuvillier
  • Defeated Fabien Khodri
  • Defeated Did-Ali Lokchiri
  • Defeated Patrick Magnetto

1982 European Junior Championship at Schwerin, Germany as a Light Middleweight

1983 French National Championship as a Light Middleweight: Gold Medalist

  • Defeated Bernard Razzano TKO 3
  • Defeated Jean-Luc Charme TKO 2
  • Defeated Gilbert Dele TKO 3
  • Defeated Michel Moukory kot 3

1983: European Championship at Varna as a Light Middleweight

  • Lost to Ralf Hunger (Democratic Republic of Germany)

1984 French National Championship as a Middleweight: Bronze Medalist

  • Defeated Jean-Max Delnard
  • Lost to Francois Berardino by forfeit

1984 Olympic Games at Los Angeles, California, USA as a Light Middleweight: Bronze Medalist

1985: Frecn National Championship as a Middleweight: Gold Medalist

  • Defeated Pascal Stroh AB 2
  • Defeated Christophe Girard TKO 2
  • Defeated Moktar Bekheira
  • Defeated Hamedidi Maimoun

1985: European Championship at Budapest, Hungary as a Middleweight

  • Defeated Boliguzov (USSR)
  • Defeated Maricescu (Romania) (Eliminated for failing drug test)



Preceded by:
InChul Baek
WBA Super Middleweight Champion
30 March 1990 – 05 April 1991
Succeeded by:
Victor Cordoba