Micky Ward

Micky Ward (born October 4, 1965), also known as Irish Micky Ward, is a retired American junior welterweight professional boxer and a former WBU champion from Lowell, Massachusetts. He is widely known as the protagonist in the 2010 feature film based on his career titled The Fighter, in which he is portrayed by Mark Wahlberg, and culminating with his title bout against Shea Neary.

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... The story of Ward's comeback and rise to fame was made into a 2010 feature film, The Fighter, starring Mark Wahlberg (who was nominated for the Golden. 2 is in the works, which will focus on the legendary fight trilogy between Ward and Arturo Gatti ... The album The Warrior's Code by the Dropkick Murphys features Ward on the cover, and is the subject of the title song ...
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... Morales trilogy 2001 - Micky Ward W 10 Emanuel Augustus 2002 - Micky Ward W 10 Arturo Gatti I 2003 - Arturo Gatti W 10 Micky Ward III 2004 - Marco Antonio Barrera W 12 ...
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