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  1. "so what"? You just said - it's a mathematical computation of who performed best in the 90's. That's not true though. I would say Tom Brands performed much better than many people on that list...never losing in the finals in the 90's. Also, your assumption of me disagreeing simply because of a placement of 1 wrestler is completely false. Tom Brands is the only person on the list that fits the criteria. If another person were also impacted that way, I would have mentioned them too..but feel free to try to spin it to your own narrative. You don't have to agree with what I stated...but it doesn't make it wrong, either. Two people can have differing opinions, but you come off as the guy that can never be wrong. I still say the rankings aren't reflective of the best performers of the 90's the way it's done. You do though...excellent!
  2. If that's the case, Brands should be near the top. Hard to do better than 1,1,1 in the 90's for Brands..which makes him the best ANYONE could be in those circumstances. I think a better calculation would be someone with 2 years in the 90's....divide by 2. Someone with 3 years in the 90's....divide by 3. Putting someone at 8, which we know is absurd simply because of earning a zero due to overlap makes any ranking worthless lol. I still like these posts, but meh.
  3. I'm not even sure why Nomad is on these shows. He typically sits in the background not saying anything for 30 minutes at a time. When he does speak, it seems forced and not as natural. Bader could do these on his own imo. I do appreciate some instances where they have more back and forth, but there's too much time with no interaction.
  4. good info. No doubt about it, he's one of my favorite hawkeyes and absolutely a top guy. With so many top notch quality to pick from, it's a friendly debate with any selection. Hard to leave out the likes of Ed Banach (1,1,2,1), Tom (4,1,1,1), Barry Davis(7,1,1,1), Zalesky (5,1,1,1), McIlravy (1,1,2,1) Spencer (1,1,1***,?....yes, I gave spencer an asterisk #1). As you can see, this is why I had Randy outside the top 5. But imo, spencer, randy, juergens, scarpello, Joe Williams, Ironside could all slide in there. Heck, leaving Joe Williams off with a (7,1,1,1) may be more of an oversight for me.
  5. 2x champ, and it's asking specifically about best Hawkeye, which I was assuming was college career. Internationally, he would definitely be in a top 5, I am guessing. My list wouldn't change much, but obviously Spencer Lee drops out when taking in international too just because of lack of exposure to the olympics so far.
  6. seems we're on the same page. Hard to pick some of those.
  7. Ed Banach not on any list? Come on. 1. Tom Brands 2. Barry Davis 3. Ed Banach 4. Lincoln McIlravy 5. Spencer Lee Then Jim Zalesky, Randy Lewis, Mark Ironside, Eric Juergens, Joe Williams, Mark Perry, Metcalf and others
  8. did you just bring the hips to the party? Cenzo has good hips.
  9. Sammy Brooks, Palacio as mentioned above, Tom brands (magnetic, rigid, impulsive and intense all in one)
  10. Matt Thumper (matthew.thumper.54 on fb) is solid
  11. No McDonough on the list with 1,2,1 finishes? 122-9 overall record.
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