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  1. Reminded me of a match about 10 years ago when a guy from the west coast tech'd a NW wrestler (Lang?) in about 3:30. No turns in this one but the same type of surprising domination.
  2. 126 in the US house voted for it. Is it OK if I show just 3 and some of the headlines?
  3. I agree. Mommy paying for their sniffle medicine through age 26 is also condescending. We have extended infantilization to the late 20's while many politicians are publicly calling for 16 year old voting age. I think their opinion is BECAUSE they can't yet think or act maturely we would like them to vote. Ya know, before they figure it out and we lose them.
  4. Great. Then your science would indicate that there should be no voting until 25 either. Undeveloped brainers should not be negating what we developed brainers know to be right.
  5. Is Chippy a nickname for Chip? Must be for Ness.
  6. I hope Pantaleo's 3rd period penalty was significant. Cost him the SemiFinals.
  7. What was Pantaleo's penalty? I'm watching the cartoon on Track's dashboard and can't see the live action.
  8. I agree with doing this at those the kid levels and in season tournaments. However, THE CHAMPIONSHIPS?!? For the premier wrestling conference in the country? Ridiculous. Even the BIG TEN and NCAA Semifinals should have only two mats going. Get that side wrestle-back stuff out of here when the main event is ongoing.
  9. Gutsist move I ever saw, man.
  10. STOP THE TIMEOUTS!!! JUST FINISH. ALL OF THESE MEN HAVE BEEN PLAYING BASKETBALL FOR 15 YEARS OR SO. THEY KNOW HOW TO PLAY!!!
  11. Unimportant college backetball games (i.e. all non-national championship games) should adopt an old wrestling rule: In the case of a tie after regulation the referee picks the winner.
  12. Who farted? No, you pull my finger. Which way is Pittsburgh?
  13. Then you must object to the concept of a defensive pin. Furthermore your logic leads to the situation where the "top" man can lie flat on his back and pull the other guy's back to his own chest. If the wrestler "in control" can keep the other guy's shoulder blades on his own stomach while his own shoulders are down then he should get a pin via the transitive property. So long as he "controls" the other wrestler because "if you are in control, then you should get the (pin)". Absurd from my perspective.
  14. I think that the "top" man who is often underneath the other guy in a tilt should not get near fall points if his shoulders are closer to the mat than the other wrestler's shoulders. Same for a cradle. Pulling a guy on you and being awarded with near fall points when your own body is preventing the fall due to being underneath the other guy is non-sensical. No near fall unless and until the other guys' shoulders are nearer the mat than your own.
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