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2003-09-27 [[Irene Pacheco]] w rtd 6 [[Damaen Kelly]], Berran Country Club Auditorium, Barranquilla, Colombia - IBF. Referee: Manuel Rodriguez. Following a feeling-out period, Pacheco (111¾) soon picked up the pace and by the third round was beginning to get through Kelly’s defences. In the next session, the champion again upped the tempo, totally dominating proceedings right through to the end of the fifth session, winging in punches to head and body. Down at the start of the sixth from a body punch and down twice more in the same round also from body punches, Kelly (111¾) retired on his stool prior to the seventh getting underway.
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2003-09-27 [[Irene Pacheco]] w rtd 6 [[Damaen Kelly]], Berran Country Club Auditorium, Barranquilla, Colombia - IBF. Referee: Manuel Rodriguez. Following a feeling-out period, by the third round Pacheco (111¾) was beginning to get through Kelly’s defences. In the next session, the champion again upped the tempo, totally dominating proceedings right through to the end of the fifth session, winging in punches to head and body. Dropped at the start of the sixth from a body punch, and down twice more in the same round also from body punches, Kelly (111¾) retired on his stool prior to the seventh getting underway.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:52, 8 March 2013

2003-09-27 Irene Pacheco w rtd 6 Damaen Kelly, Berran Country Club Auditorium, Barranquilla, Colombia - IBF. Referee: Manuel Rodriguez. Following a feeling-out period, by the third round Pacheco (111¾) was beginning to get through Kelly’s defences. In the next session, the champion again upped the tempo, totally dominating proceedings right through to the end of the fifth session, winging in punches to head and body. Dropped at the start of the sixth from a body punch, and down twice more in the same round also from body punches, Kelly (111¾) retired on his stool prior to the seventh getting underway.