Re: History's most disgraceful fighter
More than likely, it's some fighter nobody has a name for, who's emotional and psychological weakness allowed for deplorably inhumane acts against society. Generally speaking, in any field of life, to become notable in your field you must possess a certain amount of control, determination and responsibility to your craft to sustain any success.
It would be someone who lacked the ability to see the forest for the trees, as it were, to willingly (or sub-consciously) risk a possible future of fame and money due to an incapability to see the disasterous results of their compulsively wrong nature.
We've never heard of the guy who raped a child and murdered a convenience store clerk or some other assortment of reprehensible actions toward society.