Frank Buglioni

Frank Buglioni

Date of Birth: 18th April 1989
Class: Super Middleweight
Weight: 169lbs
Height: 6ft 1in (185cm)
Trainer: Steve Collins
Career Achievements

WBO European Super-Middleweight Champion (2014)
Southern Area Super-Middleweight Champion (2014)
WBO European Super-Middleweight Champion (2013 - 2014)

Latest BoxNation Fight

26th September 2015 - UD loss to Fedor Chudinov

'The Wise Guy' Frank Buglioni

Enfield-born Frank Buglioni is a hugely popular boxer on the British super-middleweight scene.

The Wise Guy initially took up boxing to complement other sporting endeavours, but showed a natural talent for the sport. After amassing an impressive 60-10 amateur record, charismatic Buglioni turned pro and has raced to a 17-2-1 record, with each of his fights being shown live and exclusive on BoxNation.

Frank Buglioni

Known as 'The Wise Guy', Buglioni scored a second round TKO against tough Stepan Horvath to secure his first professional title, the WBO European Super-Middleweight crown, in November 2013.

He followed this with an eye-catching defence of the title in February 2014 as he dropped Gaetano Nespro to the canvas three times en route to a fifth round TKO.

Buglioni's setback and comeback

Buglioni suffered a setback in April 2014 when he was stopped by hard-hitting Sergey Khomitsky at the Copper Box Arena, but bounced back with a July TKO win over Sam Couzens to secure the Southern Area Super-Middleweight title.

Frank Buglioni celebrating

On September 20, 2014 'The Wise Guy' beat Alexey Ribchev by TKO in the sixth round at York Hall in London.

Bad Blood and Risky Business

On November 29 Buglioni fought brummie Andrew Robinson as an undercard to the Bad Blood show at the London ExCel. The Wise Guy won by unanimous decision in a ten round contest and reclaimed the vacant WBO European Super-Middleweight title that he'd lost to Khomitsky.

Buglioni appeared on the much-anticipated Risky Business show in November 2014, and beat Ivan Jukic in first round by a technical knockout, defending his WBO European title.

Chelsea fan Bulgioni's motto is "the harder I train, the luckier I get."

World Title challenge

Frank Buglioni showed great bravery but ultimately came up short when he faced unbeaten WBA World Super-Middleweight champion Fedor Chudinov at Wembley's SSE Arena on Satuday 26 September.