First Alexis Arguello, Now Arturo Gatti

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First Alexis Arguello, Now Arturo Gatti

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Alexis Arguello Found Dead

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Arturo Gatti Found Dead

The wife of former boxing champion Arturo Gatti was detained as a suspect by Brazilian authorities Sunday following his death at a posh seaside resort.

Police said 23-year-old Amanda Rodrigues was taken into custody after contradictions in her interrogation. Gatti’s body was found early Saturday in a hotel room at the Porto de Galinhas resort in northeastern Brazil.

The former junior welterweight champion was apparently strangled with the strap of a purse, which was found at the scene with blood stains, said Milena Saraiva, a spokeswoman for the Pernambuco state civil police. She told The Associated Press that the Canadian also had a head injury.

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The investigation was not complete, but Saraiva said authorities were preparing to present a formal accusation against Rodrigues, who denied being involved in her husband’s death.

Police said Rodrigues, a Brazilian, could not explain how she spent nearly 10 hours in the room without noticing that Gatti was already dead.

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2 Comments on "First Alexis Arguello, Now Arturo Gatti"

  1. The G Manifesto
    Benedict M. Smith
    12/07/2009 at 6:29 pm Permalink

    a shame and a tragedy, regardless of how it comes out in the press. the man deserved to enjoy his retirement more than most, and that’s saying a lot in his profession of pugilism. I heard about this today from my boxing coach before i got my sparring in….put some weight around my ankles as i stepped into the squared circle. RIP Gatti. Damn. A sad day.

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    The G Manifesto
    13/07/2009 at 12:33 am Permalink

    Benedict M. Smith,

    Super sad.

    - MPM

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