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nhs67

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  1. If Miklus can control the center of the mat with Ringer... imagine what Heflin is fixing to do to him in the semis...
  2. Had me sold for a bit @spladle08... but either than knee effected him or Berger just outtoughed him. Not sure at this point(despite how Karch was favoring that knee).
  3. Yeah it was. Obviously hurt somehow. Perhaps that effected the cut as well.
  4. Hahaha When Dieringer and Milkus were in college... Ringer won his titles at 165 and Milkus spent time at 285(a bump obviously). Funny to me.
  5. Marstellar taking the long way back here in this match.
  6. Looking like a last chance sort of performance here. 74 is going to be insane there. 86 too. Either way if he picks it up on the backside he'll be a helluva out for a top seed.
  7. Marsrellar is so short. Even against someone who was 141 a year or so ago.
  8. Again... read your own words. You're holding the meaning to your own view not your own view to the meaning.
  9. I don't know if he can. If he qualifies here, then he qualifies at 74kg. The only other chance he can qualify at 65kg is at last chance qualifiers, which prohibits folks who are already entered from competing, yes? Or does that apply to a specific weight class? Is he allowed to take is qualification and apply it however he wishes to?
  10. Gantt-Shields was an amazing match. Wowzers.
  11. Ah damn. My oversight on your meaning. I hadn't even thought of last year's or Elam at 97 OR the fact he is also a returning junior world champ. My bad, my man. Apologies.
  12. Just wait until you see McBryde-Pantaleo. McBryde was big at 79kg.
  13. If that was all you did and where you left it, you'd have a lot of agreeable people here.
  14. Eh... Modokomo has been clamoring for a few days in a few threads. It's gotten in some folks nerves.
  15. That isn't it at all. You flat out exist in a world where you decide is truth and not. At several points other toons attempted to explain logic to you via rules, regulations, procedures, etc. You said 'Nope. Not true.' and proceeded to fabricate to fabricate your own truth. At many points folks agreed with your opinion(s). You chose to determine them as law.
  16. Parris is returning Junior World Champ at 125.
  17. There are at least two threads you polluted polluted yesterday and the day before. Read every response/quote response you made. Those are your examples.
  18. When do matches actually start on Flo?
  19. I get that. The future may hold the bottom to be tougher. The top is just better. My opinion is all(I am weighing the BF heavily here). Recency bias for Pfarr and Martin
  20. I wouldn't be surprised to see Hall-Kerk in the semis on the top side. Hall has freestyle chops and has been around a while. Not sure he has wrestled Nelson but it has to have been closenif so. Hall doesn't lose big. If Elam hasn't gotten bigger Hall should be better everywhere, otherwise he could upset Hall there. Dom seems the safest pick to make the semis.
  21. 197 and 285 runner ups from last season in R2 at 97 keggers. Fun. A Zillmer-Moore final would make me happy here, FWIW. Their match at the BF was the funniest match to watch at 97 keggers.
  22. Kolodzik has freestyle success does he not? Just no senior level stuff.
  23. 86 has me perplexed. Heflin should be #3 and didn't Pfarr have an insane BF? Shouldn't that warrant him like the 6 or 7? 4 of the 5 best right now are on the top side. Zahid had a very safe path. If Ringer navigates he very well may beat 3 of the top 5 86 keggers here.
  24. Pantaleo has a great draw at 74. Has beaten the #1 seed before and is younger. Massa being a late drop to 74 from 86 is a concern for me. Injury? Tough cut? Valencia-Ness should be nuts. Shields-Gantt will be a good early match. Only real upset potential has to be Karchla-Berger though.
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