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2000-09-09 [[Willie Jorrin]] w pts 12 [[Michael Brodie]], Bowler’s Arena, Manchester, England - WBC. Referee: Richie Davies. Scorecards: 115-112, 116-112, 114-114. Billed for the vacant title after [[Erik Morales]] decided to move on, apart from the tenth which was effectively a 10-8 round after Brodie (122) took some big head punches and touched down for the mandatory ‘eight’ count, the latter appeared to have outworked, outfought and outpunched Jorrin (121¾) in many of the rounds. Two of the scorecards certainly beggared belief, especially after Brodie had maintained a good work rate throughout, mixed up his punches well and boxed with plenty of authority to control Jorrin, who although having his moments did not do nearly enough to warrant a result.     
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2000-09-09 [[Willie Jorrin]] w pts 12 [[Michael Brodie]], Bowler’s Arena, Manchester, England - WBC. Referee: Richie Davies. Scorecards: 115-112, 116-112, 114-114. Billed for the vacant title after [[Erik Morales]] decided to move on, apart from the tenth which was effectively a 10-8 round after Brodie (122) took some big head punches and touched down for the mandatory ‘eight’ count, the latter appeared to have outworked, outfought and outpunched Jorrin (121¾) in many of the rounds. Two of the scorecards certainly beggared belief, especially after Brodie had maintained a good work-rate throughout, mixed up his punches well and boxed with plenty of authority to control Jorrin. Although having his moments, Jorrin did not do nearly enough.     
  
 
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2000-09-09 Willie Jorrin w pts 12 Michael Brodie, Bowler’s Arena, Manchester, England - WBC. Referee: Richie Davies. Scorecards: 115-112, 116-112, 114-114. Billed for the vacant title after Erik Morales decided to move on, apart from the tenth which was effectively a 10-8 round after Brodie (122) took some big head punches and touched down for the mandatory ‘eight’ count, the latter appeared to have outworked, outfought and outpunched Jorrin (121¾) in many of the rounds. Two of the scorecards certainly beggared belief, especially after Brodie had maintained a good work-rate throughout, mixed up his punches well and boxed with plenty of authority to control Jorrin. Although having his moments, Jorrin did not do nearly enough.