He resided in his childhood in a district which names Champfleuri. He is of Algerian origin, his parents coming from the town of Bou-Saâda in Algérie. He is the fourth child of the Asloum family which counts ten of them (8 boys and 2 girls): Karim (the elder one), Kamel, Mohamed, Brahim, Redouane, Messaouda, Hassen, Yasmina, Sliman and Nassim. In 1993, at age the 14 years, Brahim decides to fit in a club of boxing after having attended an official reception which was, for him, the Revelation.
It is in 2000 that Brahim Asloum appears at the great day, selected in team of France for the Olympic Games of Sydney it will return from there with the gold medal (light flyweight category) (by beating finally the Spanish Rafael Lozano, bronze medal with the OJ of 1996). An Olympic gold medal which had escaped in France since OJ of Berlin in 1936 with the titles of Roger Michelot (cruiser-weight) and Jean Despaux (average).
In January 2001 it decides to pass professional. It takes down the European title of the flies on November 14th 2003 by beating the Spaniard Jose Lopez Bueno, and will preserve this title by rebattant this same Bueno on March 14th 2005 at the Sport hall of Paris.
It is inclined at the points against the Venezuelan Lorenzo Parra on behalf of the championship of the world WBA of the flies on December 5th, 2005 in Paris-Bercy.
It is inclined at the points against Argentinian the Omar Narvaez on behalf of the championship of the worlds WBO of the flies on March 10th, 2007 in Cannet Cote Azure.
Size: 1,65 m
- Category: flies
Passed pro in 2001
- Brahim ASLOUM : Official site of Brahim Asloum
- Prize list on boxrec.com
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