Mohamed Boudchiche (Arabic: محمد بودشيش; born February 24, 1962 in Oran) is an Algerian former boxer who fought in the heavyweight division. He participated for two times at the olympic games 1980 and 1984. He won many national and international titles.
Mohamed Boudchiche in 2016
|Real name||Mohamed Boudchiche|
|Born||February 24, 1962|
Mohamed Boudchiche started boxing in his native city Oran with ASM Oran.
- Preliminaries (1/8) Olympic Games - Moscow, Soviet Union 1980 (81kg)
- Preliminaries (1/8) Olympic Games - Los Angeles, USA 1984 (91kg)
Mediterranean Games Casablanca, Morocco 1983 (+81kg) Mediterranean Game Latakia, Syria 1987 (91kg) Arab Championships - Bagdad, Iraq 1980 (81kg)
24 Fevrier Tournament - Algiers, Algeria 1985 (+81kg) President's Cup Jakarta, Indonesia 1986 (+81kg) Trofeo Italia - Venice, Italy 1986 (91kg) Tammer Tournament - Tampere, Finland 1986 (91kg) Feliks Stamm Memorial - Warsaw, Poland 1983 (91kg)
- Quarter-finals Goodwill Games - Moscow, Soviet Union 1986 (91kg)
Bouchiche turned pro in 1988 and had some success. He was African professional champion in the 90'.
- 1980 Moscow
- Round of 16: Lost to Pawel Skrzecz (Poland) by walkover
- 1984 Los Angeles
- Lost to Willie de Wit (Canada) 0-5
Professional boxing record
|3 Wins (2 knockouts, 1 decision), 3 Losses (2 knockouts, 1 decision), 2 Draws|