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  1. No, Sparks even credits Gibbons on video by saying to Jim, "like you like to say Ness is Highly combustible material." Sparks just ran with it more.
  2. Gibbons also came up with labeling Dylan Ness as "Highly Combustible Material," a classic in my book.
  3. I think we should change Freestyle to Folkstyle. Freestyle has poor attendance, seems like few care to watch it.
  4. You already have what you want. It's called freestyle wrestling. Go and enjoy it. I don't understand why some of you want to force others to conform to what you like. This is America. You have a choice.
  5. Now that's an intelligent argument.
  6. No one is forcing you guys to watch folkstyle wrestling. We already have freestyle. If you like it so much, spend your time watching it and discussing it on the freestyle forums. It's great to have different styles to enjoy.
  7. the only time the push out is not called is if you straight arm "push" them out. You just made my point.
  8. The step out is not black and white. I have witnessed wrestlers step out of bounds and not penalized for it (action call).
  9. Thank you for the civilized response. I am not in favor of changing to the push out. That still depends on the officials opinion, whether there is action or not. Yes, it's not an easy fix, but in my opinion step out points have nothing to do with wrestling. People are going to avoid wrestling with or without the push out rule. Wrestling should be determined by takedowns and pins. Not push out points. I have seen many freestyle matches were one wrestler has a leg up and simply walks his opponent out of bounds with no attempt to score. That to me is not what wrestling is about.
  10. It's difficult to communicate with people who can't understand. A lot of things will clear up for you when you grow up. I'm done.
  11. I was talking to him and not you. You understand that right?
  12. Perhaps it's your understanding that is moot. Go back to the beginning and start to read over. Schuteandscore (the second post) said it takes the subjectivity out of it.
  13. Still subjective! Tell me exactly what percentage it's less subjective. Point is, it's still subjective. Your argument is moot. Over!
  14. The pushout is still subjective. The official still determines if there was action or not. Subjective.
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