Massimo Bruschini

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameMassimo•Bruschini
Used nameMassimo•Bruschini
Born30 August 1942 in Nettuno, Roma (ITA)
Died28 December 1975 in Roma, Roma (ITA)
Measurements178 cm / 71 kg
AffiliationsCS Esercito, Roma (ITA)
NOC Italy


Massimo Bruschini was an Italian boxer. As an amateur he won the 1963 pre-Olympic tournament in Tokyo by defeating the home champion Koji Masuda in the final, but at the Tokyo Olympics Bruschini lost in the first round.

Bruschini turned professional in 1965, and in April 1969 he became Italian super-welterweight champion by defeating Aldo Battistutta by TKO. He lost that title in October 1969 and retired after a loss in May 1970 to Nicola Menchi. Bruschini ended his professional career with a record of 20 wins (7 by KO), 2 losses (1 by KO), and 1 draw.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1964 Summer Olympics Boxing ITA Massimo Bruschini
Light-Middleweight, Men (Olympic) =17