Career highlights: WBC Mediterranean flyweight title
French pressure fighter Redouane Asloum is an experienced boxer who has fought in a range of international competitions. The multiple amateur flyweight Champion represented his country at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and also competed in WSB Season III for the German Eagles.
Since making the changeover in late 2008, Asloum has managed to capture the WBC Mediterranean flyweight title as a professional and twice challenged for the France flyweight title, compiling a record of 11 wins from 14 bouts, with four of those wins coming early.
He has fought six rounds a total six times and completed the 10 round distance once, so the format should be no problem to the lively flyweight who likes to bore into his opponents at a relentless pace behind a tight guard before unleashing energy-sapping body shots.
Asloum is the younger brother of former French, European flyweight and WBA light flyweight champion Brahim Asloum, who was also the light flyweight gold medallist at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. He will be looking to emulate his sibling’s success in the ring starting with the APB tournament.