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2001-06-16 Felix Machado w pts 12 Mauricio Pastrana, Cintas Centre, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - IBF. Referee: James Villers. Scorecards: 118-110, 116-112, 117-111. Making full use of a three-inch reach advantage, the back-pedalling Machado (115) picked up points with the southpaw jab, albeit exhibiting a lack of power. To his credit Pastrana (113) showed great conviction, and although cutting Machado over the right eye in the eighth was unable to break down the champion’s defences.  
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2001-06-16 [[Felix Machado]] w pts 12 [[Mauricio Pastrana]], Cintas Centre, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - IBF. Referee: James Villers. Scorecards: 118-110, 116-112, 117-111. Making full use of a three-inch reach advantage, the back-pedalling Machado (115) picked up points with the southpaw jab, albeit exhibiting a lack of power. To his credit Pastrana (113) showed great conviction, and although cutting Machado over the right eye in the eighth was unable to break down the champion’s defences.  
  
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Revision as of 10:55, 7 January 2012

2001-06-16 Felix Machado w pts 12 Mauricio Pastrana, Cintas Centre, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - IBF. Referee: James Villers. Scorecards: 118-110, 116-112, 117-111. Making full use of a three-inch reach advantage, the back-pedalling Machado (115) picked up points with the southpaw jab, albeit exhibiting a lack of power. To his credit Pastrana (113) showed great conviction, and although cutting Machado over the right eye in the eighth was unable to break down the champion’s defences.