After a long battle with cancer Alan Minter has sadly passed away aged 69.
Minter, who was undisputed world middleweight champion during the Eighties, died on Wednesday in a Guildford hospital.
In 1981 Minter retired from boxing, with a record of 39-9. His son said “Dad was extremely proud of being undisputed world champion and I was always very proud when I was out with him to see how popular he was with people long after he had retired.”
Minter was crowned middleweight champion of the world when he outpointed Vito Antuofermo in Las Vegas in March 1980.
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