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nhs67

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  1. Meh. The official made the correct call. Trying to base it off of a still is stupid. Grow up.
  2. Yeah Pyles picked Cassar. Said he was too strong and explosive for Bradley at this stage.
  3. I understand your point, and agree a lack of results should hurt him, as it did Lee in seeding 57 for this tournament. I would like to focus on the finals from here on in this thread, though. Appreciate your insights.
  4. @wrestlingnerd I added to my previous post FYI. Added 'other's in front of common. I'd like to delay seeding debates until after finals, please. Maybe we can start a new thread on it.
  5. I do believe you're correct now that memory sets in. He had a very dirty match with Valencia that season too.
  6. I agreed in my posts if you see. I have Lee at 5. That being said: In Freestyle who has beaten Lee? Will Lazor be there? No. Other common opponents? No. The case for Lee being #3 is stronger than you are giving it credit. Again: Ability-wise I believe McKenna and Johnny D absolutely are better... results though? He has a strong case for the 3 and you can bet your bottom dollar the NLWC coaches will try to get him on opposite sides from Zain.
  7. Who was it? Was it Vallimont? I honestly forget who, I just recall it was a guy in the same era/guard.
  8. Nick Lee just techfalled Molinaro. Molinaro defeated McKenna 6-3 at the 2019 US Open. McKenna had a very bad US Open this last season, if you recall.
  9. 65kg as of now is rather straightforward. A lot depends on tonight's final, but assuming Oliver wins, the only question is does Nick Lee get the 3, 4, or 5? My guess is Lee is the 5.
  10. Man... Valencia has looked amazing this tournament
  11. Oh good question. If Oliver wins, that would be this then: 1-Zain 2-Oliver 3-McKenna 4-Johnny D 5-Lee I could see where they give Lee the 4 and Johnny the 5, but that doesn't matter.
  12. What I meant essentially was I wish he hadn't essentially made most of the cut then given up. Wish he'd have been able to focus on wrestling the last few weeks.
  13. I wish we had seen a Pantaleo that grew bgg into the weight rather than stopped mid-city. You can see some of these other 70 kegger guys doing well right now. Side note/question: Lavallee? Isn't this the same 'vet' who was a 'vet' when he got his pants beat off him by a high school Logan Massa, then subsequently pulled a Desanto(before it was a Desanto) and tried to rip his arm off?
  14. Take out the theatrics and this Gantt-Valencia match may be the most fun match to watch of the weekend.
  15. Wow. Gantt is actually physically beating the living Pl$$ out of Valencia here.
  16. Haha The look Molinaro was giving Henderson as he walked back to his corner during break... Like 'So you wanna wrestle MFer?'
  17. To be clear(Forums search can confirm) I have been a large Zillmer proponent and believe he is the one best equipped to consistently beat Gadson. Folks also tend to forget that Gadson is like a domestic Snyder. He drops matches but always ends up being there against Snyder come trials. Hell the 2019 US Open saw Schafer beat him right? Where tf is Schafer now?
  18. 57-Lee techs NATO 65-Oliver techs McKenna 74-Massa high decisions Lewis 86-Martin low decisions Valencia 97-Moore low decisions Zillmer 125-Nelson criteria wins Bradley
  19. Gents... 2018 Zillmer lost both to J'Den. 2019 he was behind J'Den, Nickal, and Macchiovelo at 92 keggers. Moore and Zillmer's thrilling match was at 92kg as well.
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