Career highlight: Gold medalist – All Africa Games Mozambique 2011
The city of Constantine is situated in the far northern region of Algeria in the Maghreb portion of the African continent.
The ‘City of Bridges’ was named by the Romans in honor of emperor Constantine the Great but today the city has its own ruler who reigns supreme in the boxing world.
That man is Chouaib Bouloudinats, a name well-known across Africa owing to excellent displays of boxing skill on the international circuit for a number of years.
Bouloudinats is a tough, ring-wary fighter who has chalked up ten wins from his tenure as a boxer in the World Series of Boxing fighting for the famed Astana Arlans Kazakhstan franchise but the greatest feat in the Algerian’s career has so far come in the 2011 All Africa Games, where he won the gold medal.
He has also fought under the colors of his beloved home country in the London 2012 Olympic Games, a tremendous honor he will want to repeat this time by qualifying through the APB tournament.
In the ring, the brawny Bouloudinats has a distinctive brawling style and throws wide, open punches in onrushing attacks but also knows how to box on the back foot, picking off his opponent with clever counters.
A true warrior, Boulidinats comes to APB looking to conquer the top Heavyweights in the world, molding his own legacy of greatness.