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A long time sports photographer who recorded some of combat sports’ traditional minutes, Anthony Causi, died following a fight with coronavirus on Sunday. Here we share some of his best UFC, boxing, NBA and MLB images.
Anthony Causi, 48, a long time sports photographer for the New York City Post who recorded minutes worldwides of Mixed Martial Arts and boxing, died as a result of coronavirus.
“I never thought I would get something like this,” Causi composed on his final Instagrampost “I thought I was indestructible. If I do make it out of here. I promise you this the worlds not going to know what hit it.”
Causi, an alumnus of Speed University, signed up with the New york city Post as a photo messenger in 1994 prior to ending up being a photo editor and full- time photojournalist.
As part of his work, Causi photographed traditional occasions in Mixed Martial Arts and boxing. Some of Causi’s newest covered occasions in Mixed Martial Arts consisted of Conor McGregor’s Octagon return at UFC 246 in Las Vegas, NV, in January– along with the Jorge Masvidal vs. Nate Diaz-headlined UFC 244 event at Madison Square Garden in New York City, NY, in November.
Causi’s photographed boxing occasions consisted of Andy Ruiz’s heavyweight championship upset of Anthony Joshua at Madison Square Garden from June 2019 and Deontay Wilder’s first-round knockout of Dominic Breazeale at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, from Might 2019.
In addition to his fight photography, Causi was likewise a photographer for other sports. Being New York-based, Causi, who was from Brooklyn, was able to utilize his photography to capture minutes from the Yankees, Mets, Giants, Jets, Knicks, Nets and more.
Causi is made it through by his other half, Romina, and his children, John and Mia.
FanSided sends its inmost acknowledgements to Causi’s family, good friends and colleagues.
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