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  1. Per the official UWW rulebook (online source) At a local freestyle tournament, the (paid adult) officials told us that the attacking wrestler in parterre had to allow the defending wrestler a moment to "defend" the turn before scoring another action. What this actually means seems up to the official's interpretation (like reaction time in folkstyle).
  2. Inspired by fadzaev2's College forum thread about guys who were brutal on top. something a lot of us i'm sure think is sorely laking on team U.S. is par-terre offense. Who was the best (U.S. or otherwise) I'll start (no order): B. Saitiev: The 'west-point' trapped arm he does is virtually unstoppable, and he could do a thousand other things to turn you Dave Schultz: made Nate Carr scream and then stuck him with that viscious leg ride. Rick Sanders: The original funk king; completely unpredicatable and always looking to score John Smith: non-stop laces and legs Karelin / Lopez: They should make the competitors in World's Strongest Man try to lift eachother like that. Kudukhov/ Batirov : abusive
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