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Husker_Du

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  1. Nomad never came close to this level of expertise. ever. at any level of wrestling. this is great, great work.
  2. Thanks, Wiki "Bernard originally lost to Stephany Lee at the 2012 Olympic trials. Lee later tested positive for marijuana and Bernard was awarded the spot. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she lost to Jenny Fransson in the first round.[3]"
  3. our WFS hwt popped one year (i think for pot). i don't recall if it was Ali Bernard or if Ali Bernard ended up taking the spot.
  4. guys, i'm not trying to be vague. lol. i assumed it was abundantly clear (or easily ascertainable) that i'm saying that anyone who holds a lifelong grudge against someone who made a bad decision is less than magnanimous. i'd expect more in this otherwise ever-forgiving culture we now live in. i also pray for you two who couldn't figure this out.
  5. No one (from the USA) is skipping worlds other than Gable. so 1 person. so what's the point of this thread?
  6. umm. none. that's the point of me asking 'who's throwing a tantrum'.
  7. who's throwing a tantrum? who's saying cheating isn't bad?
  8. oh. you're super judgemental p*ssi*s sorry i thought that wouldn't be difficult to deduce
  9. lol. you know flo sued me right? i didn't sue them. i 'had a trial' b/c i had to go. it wasn't my choice. nice try equating that to every athlete that says 'so much adversity' though.
  10. he aint wrong though. everything is 'i went through so much adversity' and 'my journey'. ffs it's called life. if everyone is struggling, is anyone struggling? i'm not talking about j'den, i'm talking about every stupid 2 minute segment before a sporting event detailing the tragic events of a hang nail.
  11. it was 3-0, 3-2, but don't let that get in the way of your salinity levels
  12. no one who wrestled in the 2019-2020 season can be a 5x AA
  13. pretty sure he is going 184. w/ Brucki at 97
  14. it was a few years ago now, and NHS's Honis comparison is probably more relevant but Ferrari won the Cadet Trials bracket with Braxton in it in 2018. it's really is a fantastic match to think about.
  15. lol. i said they did. i said it twice! wtf else you want? sugar ray leonard didn't fight until over a decade after sugar ray robinson retired. #2) how often does that occur? great, you got one. #3) i think it's odd they call Charati the greatest when they called Reza, who was on the SAME TEAM as him, the same name. and it doesn't really matter what you think about what i feel lol.
  16. you're right that i initially conflated the two. but i clarified in what was my 3rd response on the 1st page. as i said, they may well indeed call Charati that, but it was first applied to Reza. frankly i find it weird they would call one guy that and then use it for another 4 or 5 years later, but that is apparently what they did.
  17. Gotcha. that explains why i didn't hear anything about it on the broadcast. JB and John W. were in a studio in Orlando and probably didn't get to see it.
  18. meh...idc. let em think what they want. but to go back a sec ... someone mentioned Yazdani melted down or imploded or something at the OLY after he lost. i didn't catch it. can someone elaborate?
  19. ok bud. i saw it/heard it at several international events and so did many others. at Worlds in '13, '14 and at World Cups when Charati was a freakin Cadet. we talked about it on FRL. i had tshirts made up. it was a whole thing. on social media too. uwwdoc said in a previous post that he knows Reza was called that. not my fault you don't follow the sport enough to know. but keep going.
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