Gillies didn't fight to win, he fought to not get hit (can't say I blame him) and it showed. He actually did ok, and seemed to be able to get Boogie off balance a few times but rather than taking advantage of it and swinging, preferred to tie him up.
Could have been interesting to see if Gillies chose to trade blows, there were a couple of times when he appeared to have the opportunity to go left to Boogie's right and trade, but again I can understand not wanting to leave himself totally exposed like that to this guy.
Sometimes i wonder where people come up with this stuff.
I give Gillies ALOT of credit for even stepping up with the Boogeyman, however he was dominated the whole fight. He barely got anything going at all. He did prove he's got alot of strength though. I give him props but he had no chance.
As for all the people who say if Gillies had Boogaards size he would of won, Thats ridiculous. A. he doesn't and B. he doesn't win against Heavyweights his own size. He's not quite a Heavyweight fighter. He's a very solid Middleweight. He would get dropped against the likes of Colton Orr