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5 hours ago, JP158 said:

My  Best Internationally:

Vadim Bogiyev 1996 Olympic Gold Medal

Boris Budayev 1989 Wold Gold Medal

Nasir Gadzhikhanov 2X World Medal Sliver and Bronze 

Georgios Athanasiadis World Sliver and Alberto Rodriguez Cuba

Nationally:

Nate Care

Towsands Saunders

Dan St.John / David Lee / Brian Dolph / Pat Santora / John Guria 

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3 hours ago, spladle08 said:
6 hours ago, JP158 said:
My  Best Internationally:
Vadim Bogiyev 1996 Olympic Gold Medal
Boris Budayev 1989 Wold Gold Medal
Nasir Gadzhikhanov 2X World Medal Sliver and Bronze 
Georgios Athanasiadis World Sliver and Alberto Rodriguez Cuba
Nationally:
Nate Care
Towsands Saunders
Dan St.John / David Lee / Brian Dolph / Pat Santora / John Guria 

So basically what you're saying is you are also somebody elses best win :)

If this is who I think it is, he might be JMU’s 1st All-American’s best win (which will mean next to nothing to most forum followers but again if it’s who I think it is, he knows exactly what I’m talking about)

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1 hour ago, KTG119 said:

 

If this is who I think it is, he might be JMU’s 1st All-American’s best win (which will mean next to nothing to most forum followers but again if it’s who I think it is, he knows exactly what I’m talking about)

What about Brian Kurlander?

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30 minutes ago, KTG119 said:

Yeah I think JP158 might be Kurlander’s best W. 

That is too funny!!!  And thank you all for the nice words and memes!  Yes, I could be his Best Win...However, he still had to win other matches to become an AA!!  

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12 hours ago, KTG119 said:

 

If this is who I think it is, he might be JMU’s 1st All-American’s best win (which will mean next to nothing to most forum followers but again if it’s who I think it is, he knows exactly what I’m talking about)

He is a Michigan man, Joe Pantaleo. 

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On 5/30/2019 at 11:28 AM, KTG119 said:

once you throw Lewboo into the mix, you can do degrees of separation thing big time. I beat a guy who beat a guy etc who beat Lewis who beat John Smith who beat Sergei Beloglazov so yeah.  and I did beat a guy who etc etc.

I also beat an Olympic Gold medalist in wrestling. I beat him in wrestling, he won his gold in diving.

I also lost to the actor who played Dave Schultz

 

Just havin' fun with this...so my point is made....styles make matches! :-) For what its worth, Lewboo is an Outstanding Pool wrestler.

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On 5/30/2019 at 11:28 AM, KTG119 said:

once you throw Lewboo into the mix, you can do degrees of separation thing big time. I beat a guy who beat a guy etc who beat Lewis who beat John Smith who beat Sergei Beloglazov so yeah.  and I did beat a guy who etc etc.

I also beat an Olympic Gold medalist in wrestling. I beat him in wrestling, he won his gold in diving.

I also lost to the actor who played Dave Schultz

 

Yeah, but pool wrestling is a unique art form, not mastered by many, though many may attempt.

I take extreme umbrage to your laissez faire ignoring of such.

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7 minutes ago, Rhackler said:

Joe Ramsey in high school.  He won a couple of state titles in Wisconsin and was a USA Freestyle National team member in the mid-90s.  

Are you from the old Wisconsin Valley Conference?

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13 hours ago, 1032004 said:

 

Nice, looks like you also beat Randy Cruz twice

Almost forgot about those. They were redshirt year in 2014. Sadly never made it to NCAA's.

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International - 2017 world champion Viktor Nemes.

Collegian - I teched Teyon Ware a few months after he won his 2nd NCAA championship

National level - Jessie Theilke right before he got the Olympic Spot.  I beat Pat Smith who has a university world silver but Jessie is better IMO

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On 5/30/2019 at 9:55 AM, AHamilton said:

7 degrees of separation from collegiate perfection

I can get within four degrees....My pig roast takedowns two of three vs Paul Hufford, who undoubtedly beat Royce in high school practice, who beat Jenn in practice takedowns most likely /Sanderson. There...practice makes perfect.

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