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02.21.2015 | 11:02 PM ET

Seeing  how Wrestling is one of the most popular bases in MMA, i thought that it would be goof if i started a thread that  would allow for people to understand and follow the storylines and techniques at the highest level collegiate and international level competition.  I will create a Ranking system and give scouting reports of the top 10 guys at each weight class and provide updated weekly rankings every Monday. The first event i'm covering is NWCA National dual finals between Iowa and Missouri. 

* Edited at 02.22.2015, 12:29 AM ET *

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08.16.2015 | 9:10 PM ET

Junior Worlds Results.

55kg R1: Ravi Kumar, IND dec Stevan Micic, 12-8
55kg CS: Stevan Micic tf. Samuel Jagas (CAN), 10-0
BRONZE: Stevan Micic dec. Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL), 6-0

66kg R2: *Aaron Pico tf Balasz Kiss, HUN, 11-0
*Returning JR World Silver Medalist
66kg QF: Aaron Pico tf. Ilyas Zhumay, KAZ, 10-0
66kg SF: Teymur Mammadov (AZE) dec. Aaron Pico, 7-7
BRONZE: Aaron Pico dec. Enes Uslu (TUR), 13-4

84kg R2: Zahid Valencia tf Ben. Opitz (GER), 10-0
84kg QF: Musalaliev Arsen Ali (RUS) dec. Zahid Valencia, 7-4

120kg QF: Nathan Butler dec *Beka Kandelaki (GEO), 6-2
*Kandelaki was 5th at JR Worlds last year and a Silver Medalist at Cadet Worlds in 2012
120kg SF: Said Gamidov (AZE) dec. Nathan Butler, 5-1
BRONZE: 
Nathan Butler dec. Kamil Kosciulek (POL), 2-1

Finals Matchups
55kg GOLD:
 Mahir Amiraslanov (AZE) tf. Ravi Kumar (IND), 10-0
55kg BRONZE: 
Stevan Micic (USA) dec. Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL), 6-0
55kg BRONZE:
Badrudinov Khasankhusein (RUS) dec.  Mohammad Namjou Motlagh (IRI), 6-4

66kg: GOLD: 
Teymur Mammadov (AZE) dec. Yuhi Fujinami (JPN), 6-6
66kg BRONZE: 
Aaron Pico (USA) dec. Enes Uslu (TUR), 13-4
66kg BRONZE: 
Sidakov Zaurbek (RUS) dec. Avtabdil Kentchadze (GEO), 9-4

84kg GOLD: 
Mojtaba Goleij (IRI) tf. Dzianis Khramiankou (BLR), 12-2
84kg BRONZE: 
Musalaliev Arsen Ali (RUS) dec. Shota Shirai (JPN), 5-1
84kg BRONZE:
 Iliskhan Chilayev (KAZ) dec. Krysztof Sadowick (POL), 5-2

120kg GOLD: 
Said Gamidov (AZE) tf. Amin Taheri (IRI), 14-3
120kg BRONZE: 
Nathan Butler (USA) dec. Kamil Kosciulek (POL), 2-1
120kg BRONZE: 
Yunus Dede (TUR) dec. Krivtsov Ravel (RUS), 8-5

Semifinal Results
55kg: 
Ravi Kumar (IND) dec. Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL) 9-9
55kg: 
Mahir Amiraslanov (AZE) dec. Mohammad Namjou Motlagh (IRI), 4-2

66kg: 
Teymur Mammadov (AZE) dec. Aaron Pico (USA), 7-7
66kg 
Yuhi Fujinami (JPN) dec. Sidakov Zaurbek (RUS), 5-4

84kg: 
Dzianis Khramiankou (BLR) dec. Krysztof Sadowick (POL), 8-4
84kg: 
Mojtaba Goleij (IRI) tf. Musalaliev Arsen Ali (RUS), 13-3

120kg: 
Said Gamidov (AZE) dec. Nathan Butler (USA), 5-1
120kg: 
Amin Taheri (IRI) dec. Yunus Dede (TUR), 7-2

Quarterfinal Results
55kg: 
Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL) tf. Edemi Bolkvadze (GEO), 12-1
55kg: 
Ravi Kumar (IND) dec. Samuel Jagas (CAN), 9-5
55kg: 
Mahir Amiraslanov (AZE) dec. Badrudinov Khasankhusein (RUS), 11-2
55kg: 
Mohammad Namjou Motlagh (IRI) dec. Sezgin Pismisoglu (TUR), 6-3

66kg: 
Aaron Pico (USA) tf. Ilyas Zhumay (KAZ), 10-0
66kg: Teymur Mammadov (AZE) tf. Enes Uslu (TUR), 10-0
66kg: Sidakov Zaurbek (RUS) dec. Antony Montero (VEN), 9-2
66kg: Yuhi Fujinami (JPN) FALL Avtabdil Kentchadze (GEO), 3:34

84kg: Krysztof Sadowick (POL) tf. Michael Eugene Gaitskill (RSA), 10-0
84kg: Dzianis Khramiankou (BLR) tf. Praveen Kumar (IND), 11-1
84kg: Musalaliev Arsen Ali (RUS) dec. Zahid Valencia (USA), 7-4
84kg: Mojtaba Goleij (IRI) tf. Shota Shirai (JPN), 11-0 

120kg: Nathan Butler (USA) dec. Beka Kandelaki (GEO), 6-2
120kg: Said Gamidov (AZE) FALL Kamil Kosciulek (POL), 5:04
120kg: Yunus Dede (TUR) tf. Khaled Omr Zaki (EGY), 10-0
120kg: Amin Taheri (IRI) dec. Krivtsov Ravel (RUS), 5-2
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08.16.2015 | 9:10 PM ET

50kg: R1 - *Spencer Lee tf. Roman Gutsulyak (UKR), 10-0
*2014 Cadet World Champion. 
50kgR2 - Spencer Lee tf. *Drahan Kalkanov (KAZ), 12-2
*Kalkanov won the 46kg Cadet World title in 2013.
50kg: QF-  Spencer Lee tf. Roberti Dingashvili (GEO), 10-0
50kg SF -  Spencer Lee tf. Bhart Datil (IND), 12-2
50kg F - Spencer Lee tf. Alireza Goodarzi (IRI), 10-0

74kg: R1 - *
Mark Hall dec. Yayuro Yamasaki, JPN, 6-2
*2014 Cadet World Champion
- Yamasaki was Bronze in Hall's Cadet World bracket last year.
74kgR2 - Mark Hall p. Murad Suleymanov (AZE), 5:34
74kg: QF - Peter Nagy (HUN) dec. Mark Hall, 4-2

96kg: R1 - Anthony Cassar tf. Kristof Wittmann (HUN), 12-0
96kg: QF - Roubel Singh (IND) FALL Anthony Cassar, 1:55

Finals Matchups
50kg GOLD: Spencer Lee (USA) tf. Alireza Goodarzi (IRI), 10-0
50kg BRONZE: Arif Huseynov (AZE) dec. Razmik Misakyan (ARM), 4-2
50kg BRONZE: Roman Gutsulyak (UKR) dec. Bhart Datil (IND), 6-2

60kg GOLD: Iman Sadeghikoukandeh (IRI) tf. Ibrahim Abdelhamid (EGY), 12-2
60kg BRONZE: Dimitar Ivanov (BUL) dec. Amit Amit (IND), 12-10
60kg BRONZE:  Rashidov Gadzhimurad (RUS) tf. Jahid Hasan-Zada (AZE), 11-0

74kg GOLD: Nabiev Gadizhi (RUS) dec. Reza Mozaffarijouybari (IRI),  7-5
74kg BRONZE: Tarzan Maisuradze (GEO) dec. Alberto Yurchenko (LAT), 5-2
74kg BRONZE: Peter Nagy (HUN) dec. Saiakbai Usupov (KGZ), 7-6 

96kg GOLD: Nurmagomed Gadzhiyev (AZE) dec. Seyed Hossini (IRI), 7-2
96kg BRONZE: Bakdaulet Almentay (KAZ) dec. Taponi Heino Jere (FIN), 7-4
96kg BRONZE: Nishanpreet Randhawa (CAN) dec. Rouble Singh (IND), 6-6

Semifinal Results

50kg: Alireza Goodarzi (IRI) dec. Arif Huseynov (AZE), 6-5 
50kg: Spencer Lee (USA) tf. Bhart Datil (IND), 12-2

60kg: Ibrahim Abdelhamid (EGY) dec. Dimitar Ivanov (BUL), 8-5
60kg: Iman Sadeghikoukandeh (IRI) dec. Jahid Hasan-Zada (AZE), 10-6

74kg: Nabiev Gadizhi (RUS) dec. Tarzan Maisuradze (GEO), 3-1
74kg: Reza Mozaffarijouybari (IRI) tf. Peter Nagy (HUN), 10-0

96kg: Nurmagomed Gadzhiyev (AZE) dec. Bakdaulet Almentay (KAZ), 7-0
96kg: Seyed Hossini (IRI) dec. Rouble Singh (IND), 9-6

Quarterfinal Results
50kg: Arif Huseynov (AZE) dec. Kubanychbek Tahstanbekov (KGZ), 7-0
50kg:
 Alireza Goodarzi (IRI) tf. Marco Azzarello (ITA), 10-0
50kg: Bhart Datil (IND) dec. Hakhbanov Abdulagav (RUS), 8-7
50kg: Spencer Lee (USA) tf. Roberti Dingashvili (GEO), 10-0

60kg: Dimitar Ivanov (BUL) dec. Shamil Surpayev (TKM), 10-4
60kg: Ibrahim Abdelhamid (EGY) dec. Amit Amit (IND), 4-4
60kg:  Iman Sadeghikoukandeh (IRI) tf. Albaro Ru Desindo (DOM), 11-0
60kg: Jahid Hasan-Zada (AZE) FALL Dzianis Maksimau (BLR), 5:37

74kg: Tarzan Maisuradze (GEO) dec. Omarou Abdoulla (BEL), 5-0
74kg: Nabiev Gadizhi (RUS) dec. Carlos Izquierdo (COL), 5-1 
74kg: Peter Nagy (HUN) dec. Mark Hall (USA), 4-2
74kg: Reza Mozaffarijouybari (IRI) tf. Raman Chytadze (BLR), 11-0

96kg: Bakdaulet Almentay (KAZ) dec. Erik Thiele (GER), 6-3
96kg: Nurmagomed Gadzhiyev (AZE) dec. Taponi Heino Jere (FIN), 7-0
96kg: Seyed Hossini (IRI) tf. Nishanpreet Randhawa (CAN), 11-0
96kg: Rouble Singh (IND) FALL Anthony Cassar (USA), 1:55
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08.16.2015 | 9:20 PM ET

Here's Chamizo/Pico




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08.16.2015 | 9:20 PM ET

And Here's Chamizo/Romanov.




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08.16.2015 | 9:21 PM ET

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08.29.2015 | 9:28 PM ET

5th placer at 2014 worlds at 70 KG's Zelimkhan Yasupov got a four year suspension for testing positive 1,3-dimethylbutylamine.  He could potentially go in MMA, but I have no idea what the state of Tajikistani Regional MMA is like. He'll be eligible for competition in july 14th 2019. 
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09.26.2015 | 8:11 PM ET

2 weeks late but WORLD"S RESULTS! and some Bundesliga as well.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
57 kg
details
 Vladimer Khinchegashvili
Georgia (GEO)
 Hassan Rahimi
Iran (IRI)
 Erdenebatyn Bekhbayar
Mongolia (MGL)
 Viktor Lebedev
Russia (RUS)
61 kg
details
 Haji Aliyev
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Batboldyn Nomin
Mongolia (MGL)
 Vladimir Dubov
Bulgaria (BUL)
 Vasyl Shuptar
Ukraine (UKR)
65 kg
details
 Frank Chamizo
Italy (ITA)
 Ikhtiyor Navruzov
Uzbekistan (UZB)
 Soslan Ramonov
Russia (RUS)
 Ahmad Mohammadi
Iran (IRI)
70 kg
details
 Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov
Russia (RUS)
 Hassan Yazdani
Iran (IRI)
 Yakup Gör
Turkey (TUR)
 James Green
United States (USA)
74 kg
details
 Jordan Burroughs
United States (USA)
 Pürevjavyn Önörbat
Mongolia (MGL)
 Narsingh Pancham Yadav
India (IND)
 Aniuar Geduev
Russia (RUS)
86 kg
details
 Abdulrashid Sadulaev
Russia (RUS)
 Selim Yaşar
Turkey (TUR)
 Sandro Aminashvili
Georgia (GEO)
 Alireza Karimi
Iran (IRI)
97 kg
details
 Kyle Snyder
United States (USA)
 Abdusalam Gadisov
Russia (RUS)
 Khetag Gazyumov
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Pavlo Oliynyk
Ukraine (UKR)
125 kg
details
 Taha Akgül
Turkey (TUR)
 Jamaladdin Magomedov
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Geno Petriashvili
Georgia (GEO)
 Bilyal Makhov
Russia (RUS)

Men's Greco-Roman[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
59 kg
details
 Ismael Borrero
Cuba (CUB)
 Rovshan Bayramov
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Yun Won-chol
North Korea (PRK)
 Almat Kebispayev
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
66 kg
details
 Frank Stäbler
Germany (GER)
 Ryu Han-su
South Korea (KOR)
 Davor Štefanek
Serbia (SRB)
 Artem Surkov
Russia (RUS)
71 kg
details
 Rasul Chunayev
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Armen Vardanyan
Ukraine (UKR)
 Adam Kurak
Russia (RUS)
 Zakarias Tallroth
Sweden (SWE)
75 kg
details
 Roman Vlasov
Russia (RUS)
 Mark Madsen
Denmark (DEN)
 Andy Bisek
United States (USA)
 Doszhan Kartikov
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
80 kg
details
 Selçuk Çebi
Turkey (TUR)
 Viktar Sasunouski
Belarus (BLR)
 Yousef Ghaderian
Iran (IRI)
 Lasha Gobadze
Georgia (GEO)
85 kg
details
 Zhan Beleniuk
Ukraine (UKR)
 Rustam Assakalov
Uzbekistan (UZB)
 Habibollah Akhlaghi
Iran (IRI)
 Saman Tahmasebi
Azerbaijan (AZE)
98 kg
details
 Artur Aleksanyan
Armenia (ARM)
 Ghasem Rezaei
Iran (IRI)
 Islam Magomedov
Russia (RUS)
 Dmytro Timchenko
Ukraine (UKR)
130 kg
details
 Rıza Kayaalp
Turkey (TUR)
 Mijaín López
Cuba (CUB)
 Oleksandr Chernetskyi
Ukraine (UKR)
 Bilyal Makhov
Russia (RUS)

Women's freestyle[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
 Eri Tosaka
Japan (JPN)
 Mariya Stadnik
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Jessica Blaszka
Netherlands (NED)
 Geneviève Morrison
Canada (CAN)
53 kg
details
 Saori Yoshida
Japan (JPN)
 Sofia Mattsson
Sweden (SWE)
 Jong Myong-suk
North Korea (PRK)
 Odunayo Adekuoroye
Nigeria (NGR)
55 kg
details
 Helen Maroulis
United States (USA)
 Irina Ologonova
Russia (RUS)
 Evelina Nikolova
Bulgaria (BUL)
 Tetyana Kit
Ukraine (UKR)
58 kg
details
 Kaori Icho
Japan (JPN)
 Petra Olli
Finland (FIN)
 Elif Jale Yeşilırmak
Turkey (TUR)
 Yuliya Ratkevich
Azerbaijan (AZE)
60 kg
details
 Oksana Herhel
Ukraine (UKR)
 Sükheegiin Tserenchimed
Mongolia (MGL)
 Dzhanan Manolova
Bulgaria (BUL)
 Leigh Jaynes
United States (USA)
63 kg
details
 Soronzonboldyn Battsetseg
Mongolia (MGL)
 Risako Kawai
Japan (JPN)
 Yuliya Tkach
Ukraine (UKR)
 Taybe Yusein
Bulgaria (BUL)
69 kg
details
 Natalia Vorobieva
Russia (RUS)
 Zhou Feng
China (CHN)
 Sara Dosho
Japan (JPN)
 Aline Focken
Germany (GER)
75 kg
details
 Adeline Gray
United States (USA)
 Zhou Qian
China (CHN)
 Vasilisa Marzaliuk
Belarus (BLR)
 Epp Mäe
Estonia (EST)

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09.26.2015 | 8:13 PM ET

Bundesliga! 3rd placer at 61 KG's this year Vasyl Shuptar of Ukraine lost to former top 10 65 KG w

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09.26.2015 | 8:14 PM ET

Here's the medal matches and finals. I'll write a review tomorrow.




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09.27.2015 | 12:20 AM ET

57 KG's Review

At 57 Happy that Khinchegashvili finally came through and got a senior world title with a win over 2013 world champ Hassan Rahimi. Lebedev 2011 and 2009 champ gets picked by Freestyle hipsters a lot because he's all counter offense and defense which translated means he stands up the whole time and doesn't shoot but Lebedev did what i thought he would placing third. Erdenbet Bekhbayar looked good placing third again,helping Mongolia place 4th as a team on freestyle. Yowlys Bonne Rodriguez who i picked to win got ****** over by Passive calls against the king of passivity in Viktro Lebedev and since Viktor Lebedev didn't make finals so Bonne Rodriguez didn't continue.  RI Hak Jin the replacement for Kyong Il Yang placed fifth behind Lebedev. IDRK Yang and doing anything at olympics. Saana looked good qualified KAzakhstan for Olympics, lost to Bekhbayar again. Ramos is literally only relevant because he wrestles close matches against Rahimi, don't call me a hater just being a realist. 
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09.27.2015 | 12:26 AM ET

61 KG's Review

Lot of top ranked guys went down early and didn't get chance to wrestle in repecharge. Big surprises here were Nomin Batbold and Vasyl Shuptar. Haji Aliyev won worlds again just as i predicted. Vladimir Dubov made semi's and palced third here and is gonig up to 65 for Olympics. Shuptar going up as well. Top ranked guys that went down early were 1.Aleksandr Bogomoev, 2.Volodya Frangulyan 4. Lomtadze and 7. Daulet Niyazbekov. big guy that came through as well was Bajrang Bajrang taking out Lomtadze and  Humphrey. 
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09.27.2015 | 12:35 AM ET

65 KG's Review

NAvruzov making the finals was totally unexpected and he looked pretty solid whole tournament but don't be shocked if he takes weird head scratching loses leading up to Olympics jsut his style. Mohammadi looked awesome took third TECHING Toghrul Asgarov. Romanov beat Mandakhnaran Ganzorig 5-1 for third. As you all heard Metcalf didn't place which doesn't surprise me. Look he can ebat Ganzorig and he can beat everyone else but realize until he can beat Chamizo,Navruzov,Mohammadi,Romanov,or Asgarov consecutivally he isn't winning worlds or Olympics. He has to beat those top 5 guys if he wants to place and that's not happening. He's close to Mohammadi not Romanov, not Asgarov, Navruzov if he's slipping, and **** no not Chamizo. It's just Metcalf can push the apce great and all and finish attacks but HOLY **** HE IS SLOW If he just increased his hand and foot speed and just sped up the transition period between setting up attacks and finishing. It's hard to explain but Metcalf can't get in deficits or try and come back agaisnt the top 5 and expect to win. #2 at 70 KG's Gadzhiev came down and was one match away from placing lost a shoot out to Ganzorig, teched bronze medalsit from last year Mihail Sava. Mustafa Kaya got teched 16-6 by Chinese rep Yeerlanbieke Katai(looked good at the weight). 
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09.27.2015 | 3:02 PM ET

70 KG's review

Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov looked great at the weight, taking out Hassan Yazdani 10-3 in the finals really controlling all his matches that he was in. Yazdani Charati looked good at the weight and really out an underhook clinic on against James Green in the semis. Promising MMA prospect Bekzod Aburkhamnov lsot to Azamat Nurykau in quarters and Nurykau didn't make it to finals so he didn't place here. Yakup Gor got third here coming back later in the match and beating Nurykau. Green got third and teched his way to semis lost 9-4 to Yazdani Charati then pinned Miroslav Kirov for third. Frankly I'm pissed off that just because it's 70 KG's and not an olympic weight class that as a world medalist he'll still have to enter the challenge tournament at the Open just because Metcalf is the world team member this year and thus got an automatic spot. Green placed at worlds which Metcalf did not. Therefore Green shouldn't have to wrestle at the open and It should be Metcalf who has to earn his spot at the Olympic trials. 
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09.27.2015 | 3:17 PM ET

74 KG's Review

Burroughs tech falled Purevjavyn of Mongolia. Purevjavyn to his credit had a great tournament beating 2 time junior world champion Zelimkhan Khadjiev of France(Dagestani transfer probably,or French born Dagestani) then Beat India's Narsingh Yadav in the semi's. Yadav was to me one of the guy's I was most surprised by here as he beat #5 Soner Demirtas of Turkey in Round of 16 then he tech falls 2014 3rd placer Livan Lopez Azcuy 16-5 in quarters, loses to purevjav in semis then pins Zelimkhan Khadjiev late in the match to get third. Zelimkhan's good win of the tournament would definitely be his pin over Augusto Midana of Guinea Bissau most known for giving Burroughs a tough 4-3 match at last years worlds and being the ****** that injured Burroughs at worlds. Anuiar Geduev was hands down the #2 guy to Burroughs at this weight and on another day would probably beat him, that's how close he was to him. Geduev teched 2014 world runner-up Takatani in the round of 32 11-0, then he beat 2x bronze medalist(2011 and 2010) Jabrayil Hasanov 4-0 next round, then he man handled 2013 Bronze Medalist Rashid Kurbanov beating him 6-2. Then he had Burroughs in Semis and lost 4-3 in super close match. After that he ****** up Alireza Ghasemi of Iran 8-0.  Something that I always enjoy watching is when really slow plodding wrestlers have to wrestle Burroughs and then they suddenly are sprinting all over the amt wrestling from their knees shooting all the time which only lasts about one and a half minutes then they get bludgeoned by Burroughs. 
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09.27.2015 | 3:27 PM ET

86 KG's review

Sadulaev beat Selim Yasar 6-0 in the finals here. Had Alireza Karimimachiani in the semi's and won 6-2 in the only match where's he's been scored on in the past 2 years. Karimimachiani's points were off pushout and passivity call. Herbet choked....hard lost to Sandro Aminashvili of Georgia 6-1. I say he choked because considering how dominant he is domestically it was frustrating to see him lose to Aminashvili. Reineris Salas of Cuba returning 2x world runner-up lost 4-4 on criteria to Pedro Ceballos of venezuela. Karimi teched 2x world champ Ibragim Aldatov in the quarters then teched 2006 and 2010 world champ who also beat Buvasair Saitiev Mihail Ganaev. top 10 guys Istvan Vereb, Piotr Ianulov, Radoslaw Marcinkiewicz all lost early and DNP'd. Unsurprisingly. Also Sadulaev did this as well. 


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09.27.2015 | 5:49 PM ET

Damn, Kyle Snyder won the 97 kg at age 19!

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09.27.2015 | 10:02 PM ET

Like an OG, beating Abdusalam Gadisov 5-5. Only guys to win world titles or Olympic titles while still in College were Yoshihiro Uetake technically since he won it in 64 in Tokyo then 3x national champ for Oklahoma State, then won Olympics again in 68 in Mexico City. The real OG John Smith won worlds in 1987 as a junior in college after winning NCAA's then come's back in '88 wins nationals then wins the Olympics. Not a bad group of guys to be associated with at all. 
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09.28.2015 | 6:57 AM ET

John Smith was probably the best American Wrestler ever.

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09.29.2015 | 12:15 AM ET

Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov


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09.30.2015 | 7:41 AM ET

Hope to see more go to MMA careers.

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