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Nicolino Locche, the former world junior welterweight champion from Argentina, was widely considered one of the best defensive boxers of all time. That won him the nicknames of "el intocable" - "The Untouchable" - and "Chaplin", because of his quick feet. He was also known as one of the first great showmen of the ring, mocking opponents by dancing around with his guard down, and chatting to ringside reporters during the fight.
As a result of a heavy smoking habit, believed by doctors to have hastened his death, he was often known to puff on a cigarette, shielded by his trainer's towel, in between rounds. After racing through the amateur ranks, losing only five of fights, he turned professional in His greatest moment was winning the world junior welterweight title for weights up to pounds in Tokyo on 12 December , defeating the holder, Paul Fujii of Hawaii, in a technical knock-out.
Asked by a reporter how he felt after the fight, he lit a cigarette and replied: "What fight? He retained the title five times, all in front of worshipping fans in the Luna Park arena in Buenos Aires, before succumbing on points to Alfonso "Peppermint" Frazer of Panama in Panama City on 10 March When he retired in , his career professional record was wins, four defeats and 14 split decisions.
At the ceremony, the legendary trainer Angelo Dundee said: "I had the pleasure of watching Nicolino operate. He was slick, smart and played the ropes. He was like Willie Pep, meaning he could stand in one spot and you wouldn't be able to hit him. He was a very smart fighter. Locche suffered badly from lung problems as he continued to smoke, and had a triple heart by-pass operation in Only a week before he died, the World Boxing Association finally presented him with the junior welterweight title belt he had won in Tokyo in but which had disappeared and had never been handed over.
In his home in the Compuertos district of the city of Mendoza, a WBA envoy read a letter from the association's president, Gilberto Mendoza:. For us, it's an honour to present you with this belt, which you won brilliantly. You are not only one of the great idols of Argentinian boxing, but one of the great champions in the history of world boxing. Accept our recognition through this belt. The king is not the king until he's crowned. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.