Complete set in chronological order on 11 high quality DVDs. Includes premium cases and artwork printed on the DVDs.
Orders are carefully packaged in boxes with bubble wrap and shipped out within 24 hours by priority mail (2-3 days). Guaranteed.
Our competitors sell sets in paper sleeves without cases and without artwork printed on the DVDs. They do not make their own custom menus but illegally copy our menus. Please reward the site that spends all the hard time to make these beautiful sets and not the sites that just copy our work.
I would like to thank you for actually having the Rocky Marciano career set I purchased today. I have looked high and low for it with no luck, until today. You guys rule and I'm spreading the word about your site. Please keep it up!!
-J. Vega
Bismark, ND
                     MICKY WARD 27 fights on 11 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Micky Ward vs Bajor
Micky Ward vs Velez
Micky Ward vs Pizzarro
Micky Ward vs Terrero
All of your information is protected with strong 128-bit SSL encryption before traveling over the internet. This makes doing business over the internet even more secure than purchasing by telephone.
MICKY WARD 27 fights on 11 boxing DVDS
Price $17.95
  ITEM # 1030p
Price $180.00
  without artwork on DVDs
  with artwork on DVDs + $18
 ITEM # 1030
  ITEM # 1030c
with artwork on DVDs plus clear cases + $28
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Micky Ward vs Gatti III
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Micky Ward vs Murray
Micky Ward vs Martin
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Micky Ward vs Veader I
Micky Ward vs Veader II
Micky Ward vs Phillips
Micky Ward vs Fernandez
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Micky Ward vs Judah
Micky Ward vs Corbin
Micky Ward vs Green
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Micky Ward vs Neary
Micky Ward vs Diaz
Micky Ward vs Quinonez
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Micky Ward vs Burton
Micky Ward vs Leija
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Micky Ward vs Gatti I
Micky Ward vs Gatti II
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Micky Ward: The Fighter
George Michael "Micky" Ward Jr. (born October 4, 1965), often known as "Irish" Micky Ward, is an American former professional boxer who held the WBU light welterweight title. He is widely known for his three fights with Arturo Gatti, as well as the 2010 feature film based on his career titled The Fighter, in which he is portrayed by Mark Wahlberg.
Early career
Ward was a three time New England Golden Gloves champion boxer who turned pro in 1985, winning his first fourteen fights. However, his career leveled off, and after losing four consecutive fights in 1990/91, Ward took a hiatus from boxing.
During Ward's time away from the sport, he used some of the funds from his day job on a road paving crew to have surgery on his right hand, which had given him problems during several bouts. The surgery used some of the bone from Ward's pelvis to strenghten and fuse the bones in his hand. His half brother, former boxer Dicky Eklund, who was struggling with drug addiction and had just been released from jail on charges including drug possession, convinced Ward to take up the sport again.
Return to the ring
Ward was successful in his return, winning his first nine fights, and won the WBU's Intercontinental Light Welterweight Title in a fight against Louis Veader. He defended the belt once, in a rematch against Veader. Ward earned a 1997 IBF Light Welterweight Championship fight against champion Vince Phillips, but did not win the championship, as the fight was stopped in the third round due to cuts, and Phillips was awarded the bout via TKO. One year later, Ward again would come up short in a title fight, as he lost a 12 round decision against Zab Judah.
In 2000, Ward traveled to London to take on the WBU Light welterweight Champion, Shea Neary, and earned a TKO in the eight round to win the WBU title. Ward, However, never defended the title, and split his next four fights. His ten round decision victory over Emanuel Augustus (then known as Emanuel Burton) was voted The Ring magazine's 2001 Fight of the Year.
Ward vs Gatti trilogy
On May 18, 2002, Ward faced the poopnent with whom he became most identified, Arturo Gatti. The fight was a wild one, but a ninth round Ward knockdown of Gatti proved to be the difference, with Ward winning a majority decision. The fight was later named the 2002 Ring magazine fight of the year. Both fighters needed care in a trauma center after the match.
The two agreed to an immediate rematch, and in November, Gatti was able to win the second wild fight. Ward was knocked down in the third round but survived to finish the fight. Gatti paid tribute to Ward's tenacity after the fight, saying, "I used to wonder what would happen if I fought my twin. Now i know."
They then agreed to a third straight fight, and again, the fight was back and forth. Gatti pounded Ward with punch after punch early on, but Ward fought back and managed a sixth round knockdown of Gatti. Before Gatti could get up, or the referee's count could hit ten, the bell sounded to end the round. Gatti was able to come back and win the fight via a unanimous decision. Again, both men needed a trip to the hospital due to the injuries they suffered. The fight was named the 2003 Ring magazine fight of the year, the third straight for Ward. Ward was the first fighter to achieve this since Rocky Marciano and Carmen Basilio each did so in the 1950s.
Ward made approximately $3 million in earnings for his trilogy with Gatti; the most lucrative fights of his career.
After boxing
Ward still lives in Lowell, where he is part owner of both a boxing gym as well as an outdoor hockey rink. Ward is married to Charlene Fleming, his longtime girlfriend, who is also a former athlete. They live with Ward's daughter, Kasie.
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Micky Ward vs Da Cruz
Micky Ward vs Coleman
Micky Ward vs Brazier
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Micky Ward vs Brandi
Micky Ward vs McGuire
Micky Ward vs Ferrell
Micky Ward 27 Career Boxing Fights On 11 DVDs With Menus
Overall Quality 7-10
(Ratings are to compare sets on this web site only. You cannot compare ratings from one site to another because some sites are not honest and rate their sets higher than they should be.)