I haven’t seen a person ITT arguing that he’s “accomplished” at the senior level. Not one. Get off this strawman. Learn that there is a difference between one’s accomplishments - I.e where he/she should be ranked, and how good of a wrestler they might actually be based on other factors.
A “loss” isn’t a loss. The fact remains that he looked far better against Cox than anyone did at YD and maybe even last year’s Worlds. Add in the fact he weighed in 10lbs under, and that’s enough to make an argument that he could be a a top guy at 86 and potentially 92.