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Arturo Gatti Net Worth

Arturo Gatti Net Worth is
$3 Million

Arturo Gatti Bio/Wiki 2018

Produced in Italy, raised in Canada and grew up in the USA, Gatti has participated in four world class boxing matches (2003, 2002, 1998 and 1997) which were considered by the Ring Magazine as the Fight of the Year. In July 2007, Gatti announced his retirement from boxing. After his retirement, he moved to Montreal to pursue a vocation on property. In December 2012, Gatti was inducted into International Boxing Hall of Fame, which made him the 10th Canadian to have earned such honor in boxing.

Arturo Gatti Net Worth $3 Million

Among his major world titles include IBF Super Featherweight Champion (130 lbs) and WBCLight Welterweight Champion(140lbs). Gatti was likewise named as IBA Welterweight Champion (147lbs) and USBA Super Feather weight Champion (130 lbs) before.

While spending a holiday with his own wife and his 10-month old child in Brazil, Arturo Gatti was discovered dead. His wife was accused with first degree after spots of blood were discovered on her purse. Twenty nine days after his departure, the Brazilian authorities formally announced the boxer’s cause of death was suicide. A day later, the Canadian authorities expressed their goal of seeking more advice pertaining to Gatti’s departure, and that a second autopsy will be run. Two years after his passing, private investigators finally concluded that it was homicide.

Full NameArturo Gatti
Net Worth$3 Million
Date Of BirthApril 15, 1972
DiedJuly 11, 2009, Ipojuca, Pernambuco, Brazil
Place Of BirthCassino, Italy
Height5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)
Weight148 lbs (67 kg)
ProfessionProfessional Boxer
NationalityCanadian, Italian
SpouseAmanda Rodrigues (m. 2007–2009)
SiblingsJoe Gatti
AwardsIBA welterweight (2006), WBC super lightweight title (2004), IBF junior lightweight title (1995), USBA junior lightweight title (1994)
MoviesBreaking Point (2009), The Fighter, Murder in Paradise: Brazilian Knockout
1Guest of honor at New York Jet great Wayne Chrebet's upscale restaurant premiere across from Hofstra University and the New York Jets Headquarters on Long Island, New York. The opening included over 400 guests, current and former NFL players, and members of the media. [March 2007]
2Police released Gatti's widow, Amanda Rodrigues, after police ruled that Gatti killed himself. The coroner's report said Gatti may have killed himself as he was found "suspended and hanged" while not excluding the possibility that he was slain, but it said he also could have died in an unexplained accident, or could have committed suicide. (30 July 2009).
3He was the former Junior Lightweight and Junior Welterweight Champion of the world.
4Former IBF junior welterweight champion.
5Gatti's widow, Amanda Rodrigues, was taken into custody after contradictions in her interrogation and formally accused of murder. (12 July 2009).


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