Arturo Gatti: Life/Career Montage

By Boxing News on May 24, 2014
Arturo Gatti: Life/Career Montage
Gatti was a throwback fighter, a man whose kamikaze ethos defined his do-or-die persona

It’s always a tragedy when a man’s death casts a longer shadow than his life, especially when that man was a warrior like Arturo Gatti. The ultimate throwback fighter, a man whose kamikaze ethos defined his do-or-die persona, Gatti was the fighter’s fighter, a street brawler in satin shorts who feared nothing and no one. There was nothing fancy about what he did in the ring. When he climbed through the ropes, you always knew Gatti was ready, willing, and able to engage in all-out war. Sometimes he won, and sometimes he lost, but when Gatti fought you knew you were going to see a gladiatorial contest of the first order, you were going to see A FIGHT…

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  1. shalva098 02:14am, 08/21/2011

    He was great boxer, he wasn’t coward, he was daring boxer. I like this Life/Career Montage. He deserves all of this. What about his death? I think it was’t suicide, it was murder.

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