Micic and Amine proved (emphasis on "proved") they are in the top 5 in the world. Wrestling would be better off if they were kept out of the tournament? Made to wrestle for only one country when they legally possess dual citizenship because "patriots" don't like it? Has world wrestling gotten even better, more competitive, and more challenging since the Soviet break-up? God bless UM and any other place that legally and by the established rules allows a young person to pursue their potential.
Better to have a situation like Miron Kharchiliava's? Won the Soviet junior national championship but was not allowed by the Soviet sports authorities to compete in the Junior World Championship; they sent the ethnic Russian Miron beat in the finals instead. He defects to the US, and when the Soviet Union breaks up he is by law supposed to wrestle for the Republic of Georgia. The problem is that he's Abkhazian, and the Georgians killed his father and cousins in their civil war. Russia had not yet annexed Abkhazia, so he couldn't wrestle for Russia, Georgia, the US, or Abkhazia in his prime years as a wrestler. A true man without a country.
Once he finally achieved US citizenship, he was near 40, injured, and well past his prime. A shame he was never given an opportunity.
Let these young guys wrestle. If they follow the rules, put in the time and sacrifice, more power to them. Especially if they are training with a lot of young US kids, showing them what it takes to reach the highest level.