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On 4/6/2021 at 10:40 PM, maligned said:

Here's the posted entry list for this weekend. Bekbulatov and Yazdanicherati are the very clear favorites. Hopefully they're in two separate brackets and one less top guy will be at the world qualifier.

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Yazdanicherati and Bekbulatov are on opposite sides at the Asian qualifier, meaning they've both got a seemingly open path to top 2 and qualification. That should reduce to 3 or 4 the list of strongest threats JO will face at the world qualifier.

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On 4/6/2021 at 7:04 PM, spladle08 said:

Nomad tweeted a mini list..
Skriabin and Killicsallayan when "on" are tough outs..... It's gonna be a battle 171acb158107380690056f6653c57c4e.jpg

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It was mentioned elsewhere but Bekbulatov of Uzbekistan got pinned this morning after being up 8-0 and didnt qualify in Asia. So add his name to this list. For me, Gadzhiev, Bekbulatov, Skriabin, Kiliksallyan are the ones who can beat JO straight up (although I'd favor the US trials version of him against any of them). The others on this list would need mental slip ups on JO's part to beat him.

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24 minutes ago, Shiraz123 said:

I'd favour Oliver over any of them except Bekbulatov. He'd need to kind of gas Bekbulatov out and I don't think he's that kind of wrestler. 

He most definitely is not. Cuts too much for that. He’ll gas himself before he gassed anyone with the possible exception of Musukaev. 

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I thought JO might be one of the oldest guys at the qualifier but after a quick search it turns out that there are several right around his age and a few even older than JO (if I got these dates right):

JO - 31 in May

Bekbulatov - 31

Kinchegashvili - turns 30 next week

Gadzhiev - 33

Scriabin - 32 in May

Dubov - 33

Mukhtarov - 25 in May

Habat - 29

Bucar - 34

Killcsallayan - 27

Shuptar - 30

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Sofia Bulgaria is 7 hours ahead of NYC time, so looks like 65kg will start at 4am eastern and the semi's at 12:00 noon on Thursday May 6. I'm guessing Flo should have this live.

6.05.2021 08.30-09.00 I Medical examination & Weigh-in FS – 57-65-74-86-97-125kg I Examen médical & Pesée LL – 57-65-74-86-97-125kg 11.00-15.00 Qualification rounds FS – 57-65-74-86-97-125kg Tours éliminatoires LL – 57-65-74-86-97-125kg 18.15-18.45 Opening Ceremony Cérémonie d’ouverture 19.00-21.00 Tokyo 2020 Qualifying Round (Semi Final) Matches de qualification pour Tokyo (Demi-finale) FS/LL – 57-65-74-86-97-125kg

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On 4/11/2021 at 2:11 PM, 2td3nf said:

....and some other 65 hammers:

Rashidov - 25

Otoguro - 22

Bajrang - 27

Tevanyan - 21

Muskaev - 28

Aliev - turns 30 in a couple of weeks

Yazdani - ?

Akmataliev - ?

USA got mocked. Russia, AZE coming up several weights. Otoguro's comedy with Japan. Oliver's right.

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The official entrants are up on UWW
65kg
Vilson NDREGJONI (ALB)
Gabriel JANATSCH (AUT)
Niurgun SKRIABIN (BLR)
Marcos Wesley DE BRITO SIQUEIRA (BRA)
Ruhan Hyusnyu RASIM (BUL)
Dillon Emmanuel WILLIAMS (CAN)
Wber Euclides CUERO MUNOZ (COL)
Albaro RUDECINDO CAMACHO (DOM)
Fathi Tarek Fathi Attia ISMAIL (EGY)
Juan Pablo GONZALEZ CRESPO (ESP)
Ilman MUKHTAROV (FRA)
George Anthony RAMM (GBR)
Mbunde CUMBA MBALI (GBS)
Vladimer KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO)
Alexander SEMISOROW (GER)
Georgios PILIDIS (GRE)
Abdellatif MANSOUR (ITA) 
Gilbert Mbevoni KABOCHE (KEN)
Junsik YUN (KOR)
Mohammed J M Th A ABDULKAREEM (KUW)
Nicolai GRAHMEZ (MDA)
Fati VEJSELI (MKD)
Sixto Miguel AUCCAPINA PEDRAGAS (PER)
Magomedmurad GADZHIEV (POL)
Sebastian C RIVERA (PUR)
Nikolai OKHLOPKOV (ROU)
David HABAT (SLO)
Chamara Milinda Perera WEERASINGHEGE (SRI)
Mustafo AKHMEDOV (TJK)
Perman HOMMADOV (TKM)
Selahattin KILICSALLAYAN (TUR)
Hor OHANNESIAN (UKR)
Jordan Michael OLIVER (USA)
Ilyas BEKBULATOV (UZB)
Hussein Abdullah Hussein Abdullah AL AZZANI (YEM)

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26 minutes ago, spladle08 said:

The official entrants are up on UWW
65kg
Vilson NDREGJONI (ALB)
Gabriel JANATSCH (AUT)
Niurgun SKRIABIN (BLR)
Marcos Wesley DE BRITO SIQUEIRA (BRA)
Ruhan Hyusnyu RASIM (BUL)
Dillon Emmanuel WILLIAMS (CAN)
Wber Euclides CUERO MUNOZ (COL)
Albaro RUDECINDO CAMACHO (DOM)
Fathi Tarek Fathi Attia ISMAIL (EGY)
Juan Pablo GONZALEZ CRESPO (ESP)
Ilman MUKHTAROV (FRA)
George Anthony RAMM (GBR)
Mbunde CUMBA MBALI (GBS)
Vladimer KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO)
Alexander SEMISOROW (GER)
Georgios PILIDIS (GRE)
Abdellatif MANSOUR (ITA) 
Gilbert Mbevoni KABOCHE (KEN)
Junsik YUN (KOR)
Mohammed J M Th A ABDULKAREEM (KUW)
Nicolai GRAHMEZ (MDA)
Fati VEJSELI (MKD)
Sixto Miguel AUCCAPINA PEDRAGAS (PER)
Magomedmurad GADZHIEV (POL)
Sebastian C RIVERA (PUR)
Nikolai OKHLOPKOV (ROU)
David HABAT (SLO)
Chamara Milinda Perera WEERASINGHEGE (SRI)
Mustafo AKHMEDOV (TJK)
Perman HOMMADOV (TKM)
Selahattin KILICSALLAYAN (TUR)
Hor OHANNESIAN (UKR)
Jordan Michael OLIVER (USA)
Ilyas BEKBULATOV (UZB)
Hussein Abdullah Hussein Abdullah AL AZZANI (YEM)

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Sea Bass competing for PR? This is the first I have heard about that. I would think he is too small to be a real threat at 65KG

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31 minutes ago, Jim L said:

Sea Bass competing for PR? This is the first I have heard about that. I would think he is too small to be a real threat at 65KG

Yeah he won the spot for them down at 57kg (I'm 90% sure) and decided 141 for NCAA's was his future... guessing he gave up on actually qualifying for the Olympics awhile back

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On 4/12/2021 at 12:01 PM, ShakaAloha said:

LOL Jackson should not be allowed to coach senior level wrestlers anymore

This assumes that Cox did not weigh in at the appropriate time but waited per Jackson.  Fact is he was overweight at 8:00 and did not make weight.  He made weight at 8:15 after weigh ins were closed.  I think KJ is taking the fall to help the appeals work, falling on his sword so to speak.  But the fact remains, Cox did not make weight by the proscribed time. 

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So that’s 4 (5 if he’s unlucky) wins in a row to make the finals. Also, not all of the guys listed in the Flo article about the top competitors are entered. Is this list final?

Here’s the Flo list
1. Bekbulatov (UZB)
2. Gadzhiev (POL)
3. Kinchegashvili (GEO)
4. Scriabin (BLR)
5. Bucur (ROU) - not entered, Nikolai Okhlopkov instead
6. Ali (BRN) - not entered
7. Shuptar (UKR) - not entered, Hor Ohannesian instead
8. Mukhtarov (FRA)
9. Kilicsallayan (TUR)
10. Habat (SLO)
11. Dubov (BUL) - not entered, Rohan Hyusnyu Rasim instead

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So that’s 4 (5 if he’s unlucky) wins in a row to make the finals. Also, not all of the guys listed in the Flo article about the top competitors are entered. Is this list final?
Here’s the Flo list
1. Bekbulatov (UZB)
2. Gadzhiev (POL)
3. Kinchegashvili (GEO)
4. Scriabin (BLR)
5. Bucur (ROU) - not entered, Nikolai Okhlopkov instead
6. Ali (BRN) - not entered
7. Shuptar (UKR) - not entered, Hor Ohannesian instead
8. Mukhtarov (FRA)
9. Kilicsallayan (TUR)
10. Habat (SLO)
11. Dubov (BUL) - not entered, Rohan Hyusnyu Rasim instead
I assume it's final.

"SOFIA, Bulgaria (April 28) -- The final qualification event for the Tokyo Olympic Games, the World Olympic Games Qualifier, kicks off next Thursday (May 6-9) in Sofia, Bulgaria, and is set to welcome 474 athletes from 84 different nations. 

Coming into Sofia, 14/16 Olympic licenses have been claimed. Wrestlers who reach the finals in their respective weight classes punch their nations tickets to August's Tokyo Olympic Games."

Here's a link: https://uww.org/article/world-olympic-games-qualifier-entries



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I look at this list, the number and the names on it, and factor in being the lone American, in Bulgaria....man. If he can navigate this, I’ll be generationally impressed. 
 

And unfortunately for JO, if he doesn’t it will be remembered that he won the weight but couldn’t qualify the spot. 

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21 minutes ago, Lurker said:

I look at this list, the number and the names on it, and factor in being the lone American, in Bulgaria....man. If he can navigate this, I’ll be generationally impressed. 
 

And unfortunately for JO, if he doesn’t it will be remembered that he won the weight but couldn’t qualify the spot. 

Adam Coon and Jesse Porter will also be in Bulgaria trying to qualify their weights, so JO won't be alone.  But I get your point.  He needs to wrestle the tournament of his life to get the weight qualified for the Olympics.  I will be pulling for him.  

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