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Men's Freestyle All-World Team for the 2000s

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https://www.jerseywrestling.com/news.php?story=Men's Freestyle All-World Team for the 2000s

Buvaisar Saitiev of RUS won five of his nine world-level gold medals in the 2000s!

Cael Sanderson of the USA ranks #33.

Check out the top men's freestyle wrestlers from 2000 to 2009 ranked by world and Olympic medals!

Here are the top ten!

Rank - Wrestler - Team - Year - Score - Medals

#1 - Artur Taymazov - UZB - 2007 - 82 - 2,2,1,1,1,3
#2 - Buvaisar Saitiev - RUS - 2008 - 80 - 1,1,1,1,1
#2 - Khadzhimurat Gatsalov - RUS - 2009 - 80 - 1,1,1,1,1
#4 - Mavlet Batirov - RUS - 2008 - 58 - 1,3,1,1
#5 - Alexis Rodríguez - CUB - 2007 - 56 - 3,3,2,2,2
#6 - Besik Kudukhov - RUS - 2009 - 54 - 2,1,3,1
#6 - Eldar Kurtanidze - GEO - 2005 - 54 - 3,1,1,2
#6 - Revaz Mindorashvili - GEO - 2008 - 54 - 3,1,2,1
#9 - Serafim Barzakov - BUL - 2005 - 52 - 2,1,2,2
#10 - Giorgi Gogshelidze - GEO RUS - 2009 - 50 - 1,2,2,3

There are over 100 wrestlers from the 2000s who made the list.

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/top_wrestlers_by_world_medals.php?end_year=2009&start_year=2000

Check out the full story from the photo!

https://www.sentinelassam.com/sports-news/the-legend-buvaisar-hamidovich-saitiev-525538

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Still bummed Cael didn't continue with Freestyle.

The potential was there for an excellent career on the mat.

Yes, he has become a great coach but we were deprived of years of great competition.

It is his life and his decision, just wish we had seen him on the mat for a few more years.

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Still bummed Cael didn't continue with Freestyle.
The potential was there for an excellent career on the mat.
Yes, he has become a great coach but we were deprived of years of great competition.
It is his life and his decision, just wish we had seen him on the mat for a few more years.


Here’s our 2004 Olympic rep teching our 2008 Olympic rep.




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3 hours ago, Lurker said:

He didn’t include the medals that were stripped.  

You're right, I was wrong.  I still wouldn't include him, but that wasn't the point I was making, and I get that jerseywrestling is typically giving us a straight numerical valuation.  My apologies.

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On 9/7/2021 at 9:22 AM, VakAttack said:

You're right, I was wrong.  I still wouldn't include him, but that wasn't the point I was making, and I get that jerseywrestling is typically giving us a straight numerical valuation.  My apologies.

First thing I thought.  Thats a ton of juice baby

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On 9/7/2021 at 12:22 PM, VakAttack said:

You're right, I was wrong.  I still wouldn't include him, but that wasn't the point I was making, and I get that jerseywrestling is typically giving us a straight numerical valuation.  My apologies.

All good, and you have a good point.  

 

That list shows how extremely hard it is to win a gold in the post soviet days.  One out of the top ten not from the former USSR.

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On 9/6/2021 at 7:40 AM, jerseywrestling said:

Men's Freestyle All-World Team for the 2000s

201966-belev.webp?w=940&dpr=2.0

https://www.jerseywrestling.com/news.php?story=Men's Freestyle All-World Team for the 2000s

Buvaisar Saitiev of RUS won five of his nine world-level gold medals in the 2000s!

Cael Sanderson of the USA ranks #33.

Check out the top men's freestyle wrestlers from 2000 to 2009 ranked by world and Olympic medals!

Here are the top ten!

Rank - Wrestler - Team - Year - Score - Medals

#1 - Artur Taymazov - UZB - 2007 - 82 - 2,2,1,1,1,3
#2 - Buvaisar Saitiev - RUS - 2008 - 80 - 1,1,1,1,1
#2 - Khadzhimurat Gatsalov - RUS - 2009 - 80 - 1,1,1,1,1
#4 - Mavlet Batirov - RUS - 2008 - 58 - 1,3,1,1
#5 - Alexis Rodríguez - CUB - 2007 - 56 - 3,3,2,2,2
#6 - Besik Kudukhov - RUS - 2009 - 54 - 2,1,3,1
#6 - Eldar Kurtanidze - GEO - 2005 - 54 - 3,1,1,2
#6 - Revaz Mindorashvili - GEO - 2008 - 54 - 3,1,2,1
#9 - Serafim Barzakov - BUL - 2005 - 52 - 2,1,2,2
#10 - Giorgi Gogshelidze - GEO RUS - 2009 - 50 - 1,2,2,3

There are over 100 wrestlers from the 2000s who made the list.

http://www.jerseywrestling.com/top_wrestlers_by_world_medals.php?end_year=2009&start_year=2000

Check out the full story from the photo!

https://www.sentinelassam.com/sports-news/the-legend-buvaisar-hamidovich-saitiev-525538

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Taymazov was stripped of two golds. Shouldn't that factor in?  Apparently they did. If so, my bad.

 

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12 hours ago, Lurker said:

All good, and you have a good point.  

 

That list shows how extremely hard it is to win a gold in the post soviet days.  One out of the top ten not from the former USSR.

2 of top 10 not from USSR.

Cuba Bulgaria

 

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