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                     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
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MICKY WARD 27 fights on 11 boxing DVDS
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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
George Michael "Micky" Ward Jr. (born October 4, 1965)
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 serveral 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.
Professional career
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.
In a 1997 match that would come to typify the exceptional power of Ward's left hook to the body, he scored a 7th round knockout against the then undefefeated Mexican Alfonso Sanchez in a fight that Ward, up to then, was clearly losing on points. Shortly before the punch, Larry Merchant said the fight should be stopped (which referee Mitch Halpern had thratened to do if Ward didn't show him something. Afterwards Merchant called it one of the most extraordinary things he'd ever seen in boxing.
Ward's left hook to the body later resulted in a first round knockout of Steve Quinonez and , perhaps most famously, a nine-count knockdown of Arturo Gatti in the first fight of their legendary trilogy.
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.
After boxing legend Aruro Gatti was found dead in a Brazilian hotel room last week, his ring rival and friend "Irish" Micky Ward said that part of him died also.
Ward and Gatti were planning to visit the set of the movie "The Fighter." Starring Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale, "The Fighter" is the star-studded life story of Ward, the Irish-American Lowell, Massachusetts native.
At the center of Ward's boxing career is a series of now legendary bouts against Gatti, considered by many ring experts to have some of the most exhilarating moments in all of boxing history.
In fact, this coming weekend, HBO is planning to rebroadcast all three of the Gatti-Ward bouts, which spectacularyly unfolded between May of 2002 and June of 2003.
Ward himself has said it was the famous fights against Gatti that not only thrilled boxing fans across North America, but also turned "The Fighter" from some kind of small-scale movie into a full-blown Hollywood feature.
When Ward retired, he served as a trainer on Gatti's staff. The men who battled in the ring against each other so valiantly had forged a bond outside the ring as well.
"It's just crazy," Ward told the boxing website the Sweet Science this week. "I can't believe it. Part of me is gone. I feel bad for his mother, and sister and brothers, his whole family."
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
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Fights Boxing DVD 10
Micky Ward vs Gatti III
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Micky Ward vs Gatti I
Micky Ward vs Gatti II
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Micky Ward: The Fighter