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2005-08-13 [[Alejandro Garcia]] w pts 12 [[Luca Messi]], United Centre, Chicago, Illinois, USA - WBA. Referee: Pete Podgorski. Scorecards: 117-110, 119-108, 117-110. Making his first defence, Garcia (154) suffered from a slow start when dropping the first two rounds to the hard-working Messi (151) before eventually finding the room to jab and work the body. The game Messi was always in the thick of it and in the seventh he hurt Garcia with a solid right, only for the latter to come right back with heavy rights of his own to drop the challenger for ‘eight’. Although Garcia was less effective from there on in, claiming to have broken his left hand in the second, and Messi battled away to take the 11th the Mexican did more than enough to win the decision.   
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2005-08-13 [[Alejandro Garcia]] w pts 12 [[Luca Messi]], United Centre, Chicago, Illinois, USA - WBA. Referee: Pete Podgorski. Scorecards: 117-110, 119-108, 117-110. Making his first defence, Garcia (154) suffered from a slow start when dropping the first two rounds to the hard-working Messi (151) before eventually finding the room to jab and work the body. With challenger always in the thick of it, in the seventh he hurt Garcia with a solid right only for the latter to come right back with heavy rights of his own to drop him for ‘eight’. Although Garcia was less effective from there on in, claiming to have broken his left hand in the second, he did more than enough to win the decision.   
  
 
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Revision as of 16:20, 11 June 2013

2005-08-13 Alejandro Garcia w pts 12 Luca Messi, United Centre, Chicago, Illinois, USA - WBA. Referee: Pete Podgorski. Scorecards: 117-110, 119-108, 117-110. Making his first defence, Garcia (154) suffered from a slow start when dropping the first two rounds to the hard-working Messi (151) before eventually finding the room to jab and work the body. With challenger always in the thick of it, in the seventh he hurt Garcia with a solid right only for the latter to come right back with heavy rights of his own to drop him for ‘eight’. Although Garcia was less effective from there on in, claiming to have broken his left hand in the second, he did more than enough to win the decision.