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  1. i meant today! that was way too unsettling. Man.
  2. Snyder's low shots will be the difference in the match. U S A
  3. the injury was the equivalent of someone's shoe laces coming untied, lung break.
  4. Snyder's low shots will once again prevail. Unstoppable. Should be a similar match to the last one.
  5. JB! awesome comeback after the loss!
  6. thanks for clarifying, i just pulled up the app and saw live wrestling Sunday at 1 pm.
  7. the Olympic channel appears to be showing all sessions live. This is part of NBC Sports, download the NBC Sports app and the Olympic Channel is part of the app. shows Sunday 1pm starts live on the NBC Sports app, it's right on the home page. https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2018/October/17/NBC-Olympics-to-present-live-coverage-of-2018-Senior-World-Championships-in-Budapest
  8. in PA it's all about being a state champ in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th grade, etc. Maniacal parents pushing their kids in every local folk tournament and having him lift weights at the age of 8. That's PA wrestling, it's where i'm from and i see it often. Winning at all costs in elementary school has led PA to lead the world in burning out wrestlers by the time they reach college. Very few even wrestle past high school or crash and burn in college. the list is long. Could Spencer change all of that? not sure, but he is special. and what has already been said, kids continue wrestling folk into the summer, attend folk camps, wrestle folk tournaments as their crazy dads don't know FS or Greco.
  9. Not too long ago the cheap seats at Lehigh were like $46 plus fees. To me that is a bit much, I will check to see if the price dropped. If so I will reconsider. It's also difficult to get excited for wrestling in June and yes a lot of the wrestling world is thoroughly confused with the format. Sent from my SM-T230NU using Tapatalk
  10. Sounds like they wrestling on Cox’s warm up mat all night. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Burroughs by 2 TDs Sent from my SM-T230NU using Tapatalk
  12. Best Post match Interview ever Sent from my SM-T230NU using Tapatalk
  13. Cheyney barely ever produced any good wrestlers. Minus D2 runner up Kendall Southerland 1993
  14. it's tough finding out his HS info, interesting though that he attended Solanco HS (Southern Lancaster County), the same as the 285 Thomas Haines. predicting Haines finds the podium next year. 4x PA champ that has underperfomed? or maybe happened to be at a weak wt. in PA for 4 yrs
  15. maybe we'll get to see Teasdale wrestling Teske at Dapper Dan?
  16. Prior to Cornell • Tucker was a two-time prep national champion and four-time national finalist while attending Blair Academy. • He wrestled at weights from 103 to 132 during his career. • Served as team captain as a senior. • Ranked among the top 25 recruits nationally according to the Associated Wrestling Press. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. For the title, Dieringer faced off against 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Yabrail Hasanov of Azerbaijan. A two-time National Team member and three-time NCAA champion, Dieringer gave up a shot-clock point early in the bout but responded with three takedowns to cruise to a 7-3 victory for gold. Dieringer went 5-0 on the weekend, outscoring the competition 42-5. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. 79 kg/174 lbs. GOLD – Alex Dieringer (USA) def. Yabrail Hasanov (Azerbaijan), 7-3 BRONZE – Mohammad Mottaghina (Iran) def. A Baldanbayev (Kazakhstan), fall BRONZE – Jumber Kvelashvili (Georgia) def. Yajyuro Yamasaki (Japan), 3-1 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  19. 74 kg/163 lbs. GOLD – Frank Chamizo (Italy) def. Franklin Gomez (Puerto Rico), 4-0 BRONZE – Dan Vallimont (USA) def. Ali Zakariiev (Ukraine), 5-3 BRONZE – Akhsarber Gulaev (Slovakia) def. Gadjimurad Omarov (Azerbaijan), 2-1 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  20. Silver. Olympic and World bronze medalist Cox, who advanced to the 92 kg/202 lbs. finals, was pitted against 2012 Olympic champion, 2011 World champion and 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Sharif Sharifov of Azerbaijan. Despite leading the first period, 6-2, Cox came away with silver after Sharifov stormed back in the second, outlasting the American in an 8-7 match. Sounds like an epic battle Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  21. He got off the sauce and couldn't wrestle 2 minutes Sent from my SM-T230NU using Tapatalk
  22. I'm waiting for Geduev ' s positive test Sent from my SM-T230NU using Tapatalk
  23. Anyone else notice who's hiding behind the pole? Sent from my SM-T230NU using Tapatalk
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