Johnny Famechon AM was an Australian featherweight boxer. Famechon was the 2003 Inductee for the Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame Moderns category and was the third to be elevated to Legend status in 2012.

The former boxer was born on March 28, 1945, in Paris, France but unfortunately passed away on August 4, 2022. Johnny fought in the featherweight and had a height that stood at  5′ 5″.

Johnny Famechon
Johnny Famechon

He had a total fight of 67 out of which he won 56 of them.

His first major win was over Les Dunn to become Victorian Featherweight champion in 1964, then he was Commonwealth featherweight champion in 1967 after defeating the Scot John O’Brien.

Famechon has had 20 KOs in his career as well as lost 5 of them and was drawn in 6 of the matches as well.

The former boxer’s cause of death is not known at the moment but he is alleged to have died from a natural death even tho family are yet to make an official statement on what actually happened.

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Johnny Famechon is an Australian by nationality and happens to have been born in Paris, France


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