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  1. Oh really? Thats funny b/c I'm J'den Cox's #1 fan. But even I have to admit that he faked an injury and was handed some points by the ref that clearly shouldn't have been awarded. Your position or "No ref has ever made a poor call that cost the better wrestler the match" is one I disagree with.
  2. Boris Makojev completely dominated and exposed J'den... In the same sense that David Taylor "wrestled like an 8 yr old"... No matter how much you cry, J'den was so sure that he had no chance to beat Taylor again he was willing to go up to 97kg and sacrifice himself to Olympic Champion Kyle Snyder.
  3. I have. I watched as J'den abandoned 86 kg(Olympic weight with tons of top competitors) For a non olympic weight with very little competition. I believe the reason he won't return to 86kg is b/c he knows he didn't earn the victory the first time and probably couldn't again. If he's going to be an underdog, he may as well not cut weight. But winning the worlds at the extremely weak 92kg has very little bearing over what he will do vs the big boys at 97kg. As far as how Nick Lee did at 2019 worlds, I have no idea but you can surely let me know.
  4. Kyle Snyder was Olympic champion that year. Cox was not. Cox was handed an undeserved spot and then got exposed.
  5. After next year DT and KS will both have Olympic Gold medals J'den will be off to American Idol and his fan girls will be crying on here like J'den was fake crying on the mat after his robbery victory in 2017.
  6. My boy got beat by Sadulaev. But at least my boy didn't fake injuries or need the refs to earn his spot .Plus my boy is an Olympic Champ and your boy will never be an Olympic champ, nor will he make the olympic team. With that being said, J'den knew he had no chance vs DT or Snyder so he went the route he could cut less weight and not have everyone see that the first time was a fluke handed to him by the refs. So tell your boy to start warming up those vocal chords hes so proud of...
  7. He faked the injury for a breather, was handed a takedown and additional step out point he didn't earn. Then he flopped onto the mat one second after the match in the biggest drama queen move in US wrestling history. DT was the better wrestler then and hes the better wrestler now. Cox knows this and thats why hes going up to lose to Snyder and pretend that he did it to "challenge himself". Sorry these facts upset the 5-6 J'den fangirl accounts on this sub that obsessively white knight him on here. But zero chance he beats Snyder. ZERO. Cry about it.
  8. If J'den fakes another injury but this time decides not to finish the match, i agree.
  9. J'den just knows theres no way he was beating Taylor with the extra weight cut. He was lucky enough the refs handed it to him the first time with his fake injury BS. If hes not going to make the team he may as well not cut weight. Snyder will beat Cox 2 matches to 0 guaranteed.
  10. Pre Rivera growth spirt/metamorphis into Lee's cryptonite. But could always point to the dangerous Ronnie Bresser who is 1-0 vs Spencer. Eva here of him??
  11. Kolodzik will most likely end up being seeded 7-8. Gotta feel for the 1 or 2 seed that gets screwed and has to fave him in the quarters.
  12. And that guys gotta hope he gets lucky like he did at NCAA's and avoids running into his cryptonite, Sebastian Rivera. (You may have heard of him)
  13. 1) Sasso 2) Lugo 3) Oconnor is 100% set. The only argument is 4-6 but probably 4) Brock 5) Boo 6) Brayton. With that being said, Oconnor is my pick to win it all. However I do think the top 2 seeds will have a big advantage only having to beat two of those top 6 guys vs the 3-6 seeds who will likely have to win 3 matches vs those other guys in the top 6.
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