Correspondent: Jon Frankel
Producer: Chapman Downes
Few fighters rivaled Arturo "Thunder" Gatti for heart, determination or sheer toughness. A beloved brawler who called northern New Jersey home, Gatti became a star by displaying a willingness to literally die in the ring rather than give up. Given his reputation for refusing to quit, news of the 37-year-old's death last July was particularly shocking. Brazilian authorities initially suspected that Gatti had been murdered and charged his wife Amanda with the crime - but after investigating concluded that Gatti killed himself. While the authorities claim to be sure of their suicide theory, many questions still remain, and those closest to the famed slugger refuse to believe he was capable of taking his own life. Correspondent Jon Frankel travels to Brazil to shed light on what actually happened the night Arturo Gatti died.