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2005-06-03 Scott Harrison w co 4 Michael Brodie, MEN Arena, Manchester, England - WBO. Referee: Mickey Vann. Putting his last defence behind him, Harrison (126) settled down quickly and following a short skirmish in the third round realised that body punches were the answer. From then on there was only going to be one winner and it was not going to be Brodie (126), despite him having done well up until then. Coming out fast in the fourth and giving the challenger no chance to find any rhythm, Harrison set up a concerted body attack which eventually put Brodie down on one knee and saw him counted out in the act of rising after 46 seconds.   
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2005-06-03 [[Scott Harrison]] w co 4 [[Michael Brodie]], MEN Arena, Manchester, England - WBO. Referee: Mickey Vann. Putting his last defence behind him, Harrison (126) settled down quickly and following a short skirmish in the third round realised that body punches were the answer. From then on there was only going to be one winner and it was not going to be Brodie (126), despite him having done well up until then. Coming out fast in the fourth and giving the challenger no chance to find any rhythm, Harrison set up a concerted body attack which eventually put Brodie down on one knee and saw him counted out in the act of rising after 46 seconds.   
  
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Revision as of 03:52, 14 January 2012

2005-06-03 Scott Harrison w co 4 Michael Brodie, MEN Arena, Manchester, England - WBO. Referee: Mickey Vann. Putting his last defence behind him, Harrison (126) settled down quickly and following a short skirmish in the third round realised that body punches were the answer. From then on there was only going to be one winner and it was not going to be Brodie (126), despite him having done well up until then. Coming out fast in the fourth and giving the challenger no chance to find any rhythm, Harrison set up a concerted body attack which eventually put Brodie down on one knee and saw him counted out in the act of rising after 46 seconds.