Terri Moss

Terri “The Boss” Moss found boxing when a fellow police officer who was going through a divorce suggested that Terri tag along to a gym for one of her boxing workouts. She fell in love with boxing, quit the force, gave up everything and began training with a goal of being a world champion. In 2007 she climbed to the top of the women’s boxing ranks and won the WIBF Straw weight World Title, and the WIBA mini flyweight Intercontinental Title in Tulsa, Oklahoma, against Stephanie Dobbs. Moss was 41 years old, and Dobbs only 28, two years older than Moss’ own daughter.

Now Moss is fighting a new fight – to become a world-renowned trainer with world champion boxers of her own. She founded her own gym in Atlanta, tagged it The Buckhead Fight Club, and just found out some great news. The International Women’s Boxing Hall of Fame is inducting her into the class of 2015. She will be in very good company with Laila Ali when she receives this high honor. Terri is now in the center of the ring for the Fr3deR1cK directed Tomorrow Pictures documentary “Boxing Chicks.” Her story rages as she works to get her fighter ready for a big fight and gives us an insider’s perspective on the sport of women’s boxing.