Re: Fighters that flourished in the face of adversity . . . . . . .
Arturo Gatti has to be at the top of this list. He would take punishment no other fighter could take, then somehow land a bomb and hurt his opponent.
Sugar Ray Leonard was dangerous when he was hurt. The key is that he was hurt so few times, people don't remember.
Currently, JMM takes the top spot. It's almost like he doesn't really turn it up until he gets nailed.