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Last NameSportCountryYear Inducted
ROBERT COHEN

Sport: Boxing
Inducted: 1988
Country: France (Algeria)
Born: November 15, 1930 in Bone, Algeria

Robert Cohen was World Bantamweight Champion from 1954 to 1956. The 5'31/2" Cohen won his world title less than seven months after winning the European Bantamweight crown.

The 115–120 pounder won the French Bantamweight title in November 1953 and took the European championship three months later. On September 19, 1954, he decisioned Chamrern Songkitrat in Bangkok for the world title.

His professional record: 43 bouts—won 36 (13 KOs), lost 4, drew 3.
 
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