Arturo Gatti 28 Career Boxing Fights On 12 DVDs With Motion Menus
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               ARTURO GATTI 28 fights on 12 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Arturo Gatti vs Melendez
Arturo Gatti vs Suero
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Arturo Gatti vs Gomez
Arturo Gatti vs Ward: Legendary Nights
 
 
 
ARTURO GATTI 28 FIGHTS ON 12 BOXING DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 6
Arturo Gatti vs Ward I
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Arturo Gatti vs Rodriguez
Arturo Gatti vs Ruelas
Arturo Gatti vs Manfredy
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Arturo Gatti vs Mayweather Jr.
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Arturo Gatti vs Bronco
Arturo Gatti vs Dorin
Arturo Gatti vs Leija
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Arturo Gatti vs Munoz
Arturo Gatti vs Gamache
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Arturo Gatti vs Patterson I
Arturo Gatti vs Patterson II
 
 
 
 
Arturo Gatti vs Taliaferro
Arturo Gatti vs Salazar
Arturo Gatti vs Sanabria
Arturo Gatti vs Tovar
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Arturo Gatti vs Robinson I
Arturo Gatti vs Robinson II
 
 
 
Arturo Gatti vs Jakubowski
Arturo Gatti vs De La Hoya
Arturo Gatti vs Millet
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Arturo Gatti vs Ward III
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Arturo Gatti vs Ward II
 
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Arturo Gatti vs Damgaard
Arturo Gatti vs Baldomir
 
 
 

Arturo Gatti's first fight of 2000 proved to be controversial. Faced with former world champion Joey Gamache, Gatti won by a knockout in round two. A subsequent lawsuit by Gamache's handlers claimed Gatti had gained 19 pounds since the weigh-in the day before and thus had a large advantage over Gamache. In the wake of the fight, boxing regulators pushed for a new law limiting the amount of weight a competitor can gain between the weigh-in and time of the fight. Gatti was also accused by Gamache's handlers of not having actually made the contracted weight of 141 pounds. After Gatti-Gamache, some boxing commissions started weighing boxers a second time.

 

Gatti also won his two other fights that year, against Eric Jukabuwski and Joe Hutchinson.

 

Trilogy against Micky Ward

Gatti at the post-fight press conference on June 7, 2003

In 2001, Gatti only had one fight, going up inweight to meet welterweight Oscar De La Hoya, who beat him by a technical knockout in five rounds. In 2002, Gatti returned to the light welterweight division and defeated former world champion Terronn Millett by a knockout in round four.

 

He then split two ten-round decisions with "Irish" Micky Ward, losing their first bout, but winning their second. Gatti-Ward I also earned "Fight of the Year" honors by Ring Magazine, and the 9th round was called the Round of the Century by Emanuel Steward.

 

On June 7, 203, he and Ward had a rubber match. Gatti broke his twice-repaired right hand when he struck Ward's hip bone with an attempted body shot in the fourth, and he dropped his arm. In the sixth, Gatti dominated the round, but got caught with an overhand to the top of the head a second before the bell rang and went down. Gatti would win the match by unanimous decision. The third fight between the two was again named "Fight of the Year" by Ring Magazine.

 

Gatti vs Ward I & III are also part of HBO's 10 best fights of the decade.

 

Career After Micky Ward

On January 24, 2004, Gatti, having recovered from a broken hand, scored a tenth round knock-down and defeated Gianluca branco of Italy by a 12-round unanimous decision to win the vacant WBC light Welterweight title.

 

On July 24, 2004, he knocked out the previously unbeaten former world champion Leonard Dorin Doroftei in two rounds at Atlantic City to retain his title.

 

Gatti's second defense of his WBC title came against former WBC super featherweight Champion Jesse James Leija on January 29, 205. Gatti beat Leija by a fifth-round knockout. That same night, Arturo's protege, Danny "Little Mac" McDermott, won his pro debut.

 

In his next fight, Gatti fought former super featherweight and lightweight world champion Floyd Maweather Jr. on June 25, 2005. He took a horrific beating and Gatti's corner man threw in the towel after he was beaten around the ring, thus ending his title reign via sixth-round technical knockout.

 

After the loss to Mayweather,, Gatti moved up to the welterweight division. He beat Thomas Damgaard on January 28, 2006, by an eleventh-round technical knockout to win the vacant IBA welterweight title and become a champion in 3 different weight divisions.

 

On July 22, 2006, Gatti lost by a TKO to Carlos Baldomir, vying for the WBC & The Ring welterweight championship. He then broke off his relationship with Buddy McGirt and had a new trainer in Micky Ward.