He may not be the bravest, but Bob Satterfield might match the description. That guy was simply "fearless". After watching plenty of his fights, he never ever hesitate to throw his bombs, never scared of getting countered despite getting brutally knocked out plenty of times and never afraid of firing back ad trade against his opponents. Not to mention he fought mostly in the heavyweight division, filled with some legit heavyweights who weigh around 200+ lbs while Satterfield, a natural super middle who weigh heaviest only at 184 lbs. Dude just took every chance he saw literally goes for it. Some people would hesitate or maybe pause for their actions but Satterfield? no. He would swing those atomic bombs like there was no tomorrow. As if the punch he threw would knock his opponent out, if he just kept going he would eventually knock them out without even thinking a second or two of it's consequences. Imagine if you had magic coin. When you flip heads, your life would significantly be better and other way around would happen if you get tails. You, desperate of a better life must've hesitated to flip the coin. Yeah, it's an easy route to a better life, but at the same time the risk of making your life worse is just as dangerous. With that being said, Satterfield is the type of person to flip the coin with no hesitation. He only sees it as a chance and an opportunity but never even reconsider the consequences. I read an old magazine once, he was shot on his left calf and immediately taken to the hospital. You may ask, how did that happen? Well the following story is: "When his wife, Iona Satterfield answered the door, two men announced a hold up. One carried a knife, the other a gun. Satterfield floored the knife carrier with a punch, whereupon the other guy shot him. Then both fled." Men he could've gotten himself killed. Like seriously! My guy never even hesitates, even against two armed robbers. But he should've floored the gun holder first instead of the knife carrier.