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Bengal Bouts: Quarterfinals, 133 pounds

Tim Singler, Andrew Owens, Matt Robison, Kaitlyn Murphy, Megan Finneran, Molly Sammon and Chris Alle | Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Chris “Cougar” Cugliari def. Michael “Boricua” Perez

Cugliari came out swinging early and never let up throughout the match. At one point in the second round, Cugliari pinned his fellow senior against the ropes for eight seconds of continuous punches. Cugliari’s quick feet allowed him to evade numerous punches thrown by Perez. Perez fought hard throughout the three rounds, and put forth a tough fight. Cugliari won by unanimous decision.

Brian “Ghost Hands” Robillard def. Jonathan “Nightman” Lagoy

The fighters traded jabs in the first round, but neither boxer was able to gain a clear edge.
In the second round, the sophomore Robillard fired punches from the start. The senior Lagoy held his own, but Robillard finished the round with authority.
Robillard carried the momentum into the final round and sealed the unanimous victory over Lagoy.

Nicholas “The Guillotine” Goode def. Joseph “Sweet Cheeks” Decker

Although he faced a constant assault of punches, Goode won by unanimous decision over Decker. Decker went after Goode aggressively throughout the match, but Goode utilized a number of good defensive moves and was able to land some solid punches in his victory.

Michael “The Silver Slugger” Sayles def. Anthony “El Gigante” Lucisano

Sayles came out attacking early, trapping the freshman Lucisano in a corner. The senior captain was able to keep the intensity going throughout the first two rounds.
The referee stopped the fight in the second round after a flurry of strong punches from Sayles.