No, the USMTO defines an “amateur” as an athlete who has never competed for any money prize or a prize that exceeds the value of thirty-five dollars, or teaches, pursues, or assists in the practice of boxing or mixed martial arts as a means of obtaining a livelihood or pecuniary gain.
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