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|Real name||Ross Minter|
|Nickname(s)||Ross the Boss|
|Born||10 November 1978|
|Wins by KO||8|
Ross Minter (born 10 November 1978) is a professional boxer.
Ross Minter is the son of Alan Minter, the former World Middleweight Champion.
Minter began boxing professionally in 2001. In his career, he has faced a mixed bag of competition—some legitimate contenders, some who were nothing more than professional opponents. He lost a fight against American boxer Freddy Curiel in The Contender Challenge: UK vs. USA, getting knocked out in the last round of a fight he was winning. On 2 February 2008, he lost by technical knockout to Michael Jennings in a title bout for the World Boxing Union world welterweight crown.
Minter retired as a fighter in 2008 and later became boxing promoter.
Minter is trained by John Eames and Peter Swinney at the TKO Gym in Canning Town in London.
- Lancaster, Rob A League of His Own: How Ross Minter Made the Switch from Fighter to Promoter Bleacher Report. 23 October 2015
- "Minter backs Jones to step up and win a title". East Surrey & Sussex News and Media Ltd. 24 February 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
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