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Alfredo Porzio

Alfredo Porzio was an Argentinian heavyweight professional boxer who competed in the 1920s.

As an amateur, Porzio won the South American Heavyweight Championship in Buenos Aires, CF, Argentina, in 1923. He won a bronze medal in boxing at the 1924 Summer Olympics in the heavyweight division, losing against Otto von Porat in the semi-final.

After his retirement, Porzio and his brother Tino were managers of many great Argentinian fighters, including Eduardo Lausse, Rafael Merentino, Atilio Caraune, Rinaldo Ansaloni, Ricardo Gonzalez, Alfredo Bunetta, Rogelio Andres, Miguel Rodriguez and Jose Santiago.

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