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Underground 3 January 20th on Rokfin

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http://www.jerseywrestling.com/news.php?story=Underground 3 January 20th on Rokfin

The Wisconsin Regional Training Center is hosting their third card on Wednesday, January 20th, live on Rokfin.

Underground 3 will feature a total of 14 matches on the main card including women's and men's freestyle matches and one greco-roman match.

Action will start at 8PM ET!

Multiple NJ wrestlers will be competing including David McFadden, Joe Dubuque, Joe Zargo, and Chloe Ayers.

David McFadden's Profile

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/ncaa_profile.php?name=David%20McFadden&team=Virginia%20Tech

Joe Dubuque's Profile

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/ncaa_profile.php?name=Joe%20Dubuque&team=Indiana

Chloe Ayers' Profile

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/girls_profile.php?name=Chloe%20Ayres&team=Princeton

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3 hours ago, nhs67 said:

Shouldn't this be in International?

Not knowing the citizenship status of Rustam Ampar, I am fairly certain the rest of the card is comprised of domestic competitors.

Edit: Sorry nhs, I like you and that was rude.  Point is, in this alternate reality that is the covid winter, the line between college wrestling and international wrestling has become blurred.  If the deciding factor of which board commentary belongs in is the ruleset, sure this is in the wrong place.  I would prefer the guiding principle be "is this of interest to the college fanbase?" .  Also, and this is pure speculation, but I bet most international fans in the US follow college wrestling, while I would venture that a more significant portion of the college board rarely heads to the international board.

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7 hours ago, JHRoseWrestling said:

Not knowing the citizenship status of Rustam Ampar, I am fairly certain the rest of the card is comprised of domestic competitors.

Edit: Sorry nhs, I like you and that was rude.  Point is, in this alternate reality that is the covid winter, the line between college wrestling and international wrestling has become blurred.  If the deciding factor of which board commentary belongs in is the ruleset, sure this is in the wrong place.  I would prefer the guiding principle be "is this of interest to the college fanbase?" .  Also, and this is pure speculation, but I bet most international fans in the US follow college wrestling, while I would venture that a more significant portion of the college board rarely heads to the international board.

No it's all good.  I take 'International' as Freestyle, or International Style, not international wrestlers.  No worries from me.  I've got  thick-ish skin. :P

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Rustam trains at NYAC I believe, yes?  He also beat Jack Mueller at Beat The Streets 10-6.  I thought Mueller looked pretty good, considering he lost. I expect this to be a typical Gross style match, though.

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1 hour ago, JBluegill133 said:

Excited for Amos vs Brucki.  Get to see where Amos stacks up against some top tier D1 competition.

 

43 minutes ago, IronChef said:


You might be mixing up your Bruckis

Yeah I think he is.  CJ Brucki is former CMU wrestler, and older brother to Princeton/UofM's Patrick Brucki.  Of note: CJ Brucki is the first person to beat Mark Hall collegiately.  Most leisurely folk assume Meyer was his first loss.  It was actually CJ Brucki in the prestigious Michigan State Open finals of 2016.

https://www.flowrestling.org/results/5997538-michigan-state-open-results/3841

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4 hours ago, nhs67 said:

Mark Halls first college loss came in Carver Hawkeye arena at his first match... I believe Alex Meyer if I remember correctly

Yeah I think he is.  CJ Brucki is former CMU wrestler, and older brother to Princeton/UofM's Patrick Brucki.  Of note: CJ Brucki is the first person to beat Mark Hall collegiately.  Most leisurely folk assume Meyer was his first loss.  It was actually CJ Brucki in the prestigious Michigan State Open finals of 2016.

https://www.flowrestling.org/results/5997538-michigan-state-open-results/3841

 

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4 hours ago, nhs67 said:

 

Yeah I think he is.  CJ Brucki is former CMU wrestler, and older brother to Princeton/UofM's Patrick Brucki.  Of note: CJ Brucki is the first person to beat Mark Hall collegiately.  Most leisurely folk assume Meyer was his first loss.  It was actually CJ Brucki in the prestigious Michigan State Open finals of 2016.

https://www.flowrestling.org/results/5997538-michigan-state-open-results/3841

oh shoot, yup total mistake!  

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4 hours ago, LHU125 said:

Anyone else feel like it's just the same guys on all these cards but in a different order?

Gross, Wick, McFadden, and Brucki are really trying to get that mat time in.

The Wick-McFadden matchup intrigues me.  McFadden has seen success as high as 86 keggers since the snafu that was the end to the NCAA D1 season last year.  I think we know that Wick wins this at 74 keggers.  If this is 74 or some sort of 170-180lb catchweight I favor McFadden.  Especially since he's training with Hall now.

Provisor and Dow have been listed on Ever. Damn. WRTC Underground. Card.  I hope it sticks this time.

Brucki is out to just put in work man.  Give him a break.  He loves wrestling.

Gross is doing what he's doing.  I hate his style of winning those close ones(Gillman/Suriano), but it is impossible to not like the guy for who he is as an ambassador and a human being.

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11 hours ago, nhs67 said:

Rustam trains at NYAC I believe, yes?  He also beat Jack Mueller at Beat The Streets 10-6.  I thought Mueller looked pretty good, considering he lost. I expect this to be a typical Gross style match, though.

If it is the same guy who wrestled at BTS, I am pretty sure he trains at Cornell (Vito, Yianni, etc.) ... but perhaps is affiliated with NYAC.

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