Arturo Gatti, seen in this 2005 photo, left the Canadian amateur boxing team in 1991 to move to New Jersey and turn pro. (Al Bello/Getty Images/Al Bello/Getty Images)
In an undated photo, Gatti is seen with his wife, Amanda Rodrigues, during happier times. (The Canadaian Press/Family Handout/The Canadaian Press/Family Handout)
Arturo Gatti and Amanda Rodrigues on their wedding day. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Gatti and Rodrigues at a party in New Jersey in September, 2007. Gatti was 37 when he died two years later. (Marcin Kondek/splashnews/Marcin Kondek/splashnews)
Gatti is hit by Floyd Mayweather Jr. during their WBC Super Lightweight Championship fight in Atlantic City on June 25, 2005. Mayweather won after Gatti's corner stopped the fight after the sixth round. (Al Bello/Getty Images/Al Bello/Getty Images)
Arturo Gatti looks on against Carlos Baldomir during their WBC/IBA Welterweight Championship fight in Atlantic City on July 22, 2006. The one-time world champion boxer retired a year later. (Al Bello/Getty Images/Al Bello/Getty Images)
Amanda Rodrigues,front, leaves a women's jail with her sister Flavia in Pernanbuco, Brazil, on July 30, 2009. She may never escape suspicion in the case of Arturo Gatti, found dead on July 11, 2009, in a Brazilian hotel room. (Clemilson Campos/REUTERS/Clemilson Campos/REUTERS)
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