June 7, 2003 Boardwalk Hall - Atlantic City, New Jersey All you need to know is that it was a war. And that they gave everything they had, and in the end they had nothing left to give. Add to that list of Hall of Fame rivals the names Gatti and Ward. Alone they were two competent, hard working blue collar boxers. However, put them in the ring together three times and the bravery, courage, and pure guts they displayed borders on Homeric Poetry. The trilogy is now complete. Despite fighting most of the night with a broken right hand and surviving a sixth round knockdown, Arturo Gatti rallied to score a commanding ten round unanimous decision over the valorous and vanquished Mickey Ward. Judge Joseph Pasquale scored it 96-93, Luis Rivera tallied 97-92, and George Hill had it 96-93, all of favor of Gatti.