Felix Said Brami

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Name: Felix Said Brami
Hometown: Paris, Paris, France
Birthplace: Tunis, Tunisia
Died: 2018-02-11 (Age:77)
Pro Boxer: Record

Of Tunisian-Hebrew heritage, Felix Said Brami was ranked as high as the #6 bantamweight in the world by The Ring magazine in 1964. From 1963 to 1966, Brami was ranked among the top ten world bantamweights.

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The former 1960s bantamweight contender died on February 11, 2018 at the age of 77. Of Tunisian-Hebrew heritage, Brami was ranked as high as the #6 bantamweight in the world by The Ring magazine in 1964. From 1963 to 1966, he was ranked among the top ten world bantamweights. Brami was born in Tunis, Tunisia on September 1, 1940 and fought professionally from 1961-1975. He retired with a career record of 44-10-3 (KO 22/KO by 5). Late in his career he won and held the French junior lightweight title from May 15, 1971 until March 15, 1975. During his career he defeated such fighters as Mimoun Ben Ali, Antoine Porcel, Tommaso Galli, Brian Cartwright, Federico Scarponi, Jackie Brown, Pierre Vetroff (2-1-1), Alex Ambrose, Renato Galli, Felix Alonso, Paul Rourre, Sean McCafferty, Kouider Meftah, Roland Cazeaux (1-1), Domenico Chiloiro and Marius Cordier. He also fought such fighters as Walter McGowan, Jose Legra, Lothar Abend, Antonio Puddu, Jean-Baptiste Piedvache, Manuel Barrios, Vicente Garcia, Daniel Vermandere and Jose Antonio Jimenez. (IBRO)