Cuba, showing it could be a force to reckoned with if it attends the Summer Olympics, continued its domination of the United States boxing team Saturday by posting a 10-2 victory in their dual meet.It marked the 15th consecutive time the Cubans have beaten the United States since Fidel Castro came to power. Cuba defeated the U.S. team 9-1 in their last meeting in December in Cuba.

The Cubans' impressive performance came just two days after a member of the Cuban Olympic Committee said his country might reconsider a planned boycott of the Summer Games in Seoul, South Korea.

The Cubans wasted little time making sure their record against the United States remained unblemished, winning seven of the first eight bouts.

The most impressive Cubans were 1987 World Cup champion Angel Espinosa and super heavyweight Jorge Gonzalez.