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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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09.30.2015 | 3:42 PM ET

He's arguably the b est for sure. Won his first of four world titles while on a redshirt his junior year in 1987 then comes back the next year doesn't take an olympic redshirt wins a national title then with only a month after NCAA's wins Trials then wins the Olympic Trials. Burroughs won his second national title for Nebraska at 165 then won his world title in 2011, then the next year he won the Olympics. Burroughs is a three-time champ, Smith is a 4xtimer. Burroughs will reach or exceed Smith but do not take that as Smith being any lesser then him. Both of them are true legends of the sport. 
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09.30.2015 | 3:53 PM ET


I thought Smith won 6 titles in all including the Olympics.

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09.30.2015 | 3:54 PM ET

97 KG's Review.

Random Draw had a big effect here. Javier Cortina LAcerra was just as overrated as I said he was as he got teched early on by MAgomed Musaev. Tahan Abbas was the rep for Iran and he lost to Pavlo Olynik. Gadisov beat GAzyumov in the quarters 5-0 after Teching everyone else leading in the prior rounds.  Then he ebat Elzibar Odikadze 7-2. Odikadze is really weird style think 97 KG wrestling version of Emmanuel Newton doesn't really sue a stance. Snyder had a tough 2-1 win over Pavlo Olyinik first match then beat Radoslaw BAran 8-0 then he teched Jose Daniel Diaz of Venezuela. After that he had 6-3 win over Abbas of Iran. Then as everyone knows he beat Abdusalam Gadisov 5-5 on criteria to become the youngest American


 world champ ever. 
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10.06.2015 | 9:18 PM ET

POST WORLD'S RANKINGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I got so excited I put them all in one post

57kg – Vladimir KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO) won his first senior-level world title to overcome a disqualification at the European Games in June and claim the No.1 ranking ahead of former world champions Hassan RAHIMI (IRI) and Viktor LEBEDEV (RUS).

1. Vladimir KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO) – World No.1 (8)
2. Hassan RAHIMI (IRI) – World No.2 (4)
3. Viktor LEBEDEV (RUS) – World No.3 (2)
4. ERDENEBAT Bekhbayar (MGL) – World No.3 (5)
5. JONG Hak-Jin (PRK) – World No.5 (6)
6. Artas SANAA (KAZ) – World No.5 (11)
7. Yowlys BONNE RODRIGUEZ (CUB) – Pan American Games No.1 (3)
8. Ismail MUSUKAEV (RUS) – Ali Aliev No.1 (7)
9. Yuki TAKAHASHI (JPN) – 2015 Ziolkowski Memorial winner
10. Zoheir EL OUARRAQE (FRA) – 2015 Ziolkowski No.3 (18)
11. Asadulla LACHINOV (BLR) – World No.7 (not ranked)
12. Georgi VANGELOV (BUL) – Ziolkowski No.3 (15)
13. Anthony RAMOS (USA) – Paris Grand Prix No.1 (17)
14. Amit KUMAR (IND) – World No.13 (nr)
15. Sezer AKGUL (TUR) – European Games No.3 (9)
16. Adama DIATTA (SEN) – All-African Games No.1 (nr)
17. John PINEDA (CAN) – Paris GP No.3 (nr)
18. Makhir AMIRSLANOV (AZE) – Junior World No.1 (nr)
19. KIM Sung-Gwon (KOR) – Spanish GP No.1 (19)
20. Ivan GUIDEA (ROU) – Dan Kolov No.1 (nr)

61kg – Haij ALIEV (AZE) successfully defends his 2014 crown to return to the top of the rankings at this non-Olympic weight category.
Vasyl SHUPTAR (UKR) topped all entries with four wins against a semifinal loss to BATBOLD Nomin (MGL) for a total of 15 classification points. Shuptar’s run included victories over World Cup winner Behnam EHSANPOOR (IRI), European Games champion Aleksander BOGOMOEV (RUS) and Asian Games silver medalist Bajrang BAJRANG (IND).

1. Haji ALIEV (AZE) – World No.1 (10)
2. BATBOLD Nomin (MGL) – World No.2 (20)
3. Vasyl SHUPTAR (UKR) – World No.3 (11)
4. Vladimir DUBOV (BUL) – World No.3 (8)
5. Masakazu KAMOI (JPN) – World No.5 (9)
6. Bajrang BAJRANG (IND) – World No.5 (15)
7. Aleksander BOGOMOEV (RUS) – European Games No.1 (1)
8. Beka LOMTADZE (GEO) – European Games No.2 (4)
9. Volodya FRANGULYAN (ARM) – Medved Prizes No.1 (2)
10. Behnam EHSANPOOR (IRI) – World Cup No.1 (5)
11. Muenir Recep AKTAS (TUR) – Yasar Dogu No.2 (10)
12. Bekhan GOIGEREEV (RUS) – Medved Prizes No.2 (3)
13. Daulet NIYAZBEKOV (KAZ) – Asia No.1 (7)
14. Dyamal OTARSULTANOV (RUS) – Yasar Dogu No.1 (6)
15. Reece HUMPHREY (USA) – Schultz Memorial No.2 (nr)
16. Murshid MUTALIMOV (RUS) – Ali Aliev No.3 (13)
17. Iman SADEGHIKOUKANDEH (IRI) – Jr World No.1 (16)
18. YANG Jae-Hoon (KOR) – World No.10 (nr)
19. Radolsav VELIKOV (BUL) – European Games No.5 (17)
20. Krzysztof BIENKOWSKI (POL) – Paris GP No.2 (18)

65kg – Frank CHAMIZO (ITA) pinned top-ranked Sayed Ahmad MOHAMMADI (IRI) in the semifinals and pulled out a 4-3 win over surprising Ikhtiyor NAVRUZOV (UZB) in the championship final to emerge as Italy’s first-ever freestyle world champion and claim the No.1 ranking.

Navruzov, held off the medals podium since receiving a bronze medal at the the Incheon 2014 Asian Games, outscored four opponents 33-5 through the semifinals where he pinned defending world champion Soslan RAMONOV (RUS) on his way to a silver medal and No.2 in the rankings.

1. Frank CHAMIZO (ITA) – World No.1 (5)
2. Ikhtiyor NAVRUZOV (UZB) – World No.2 (nr)
3. Sayed Ahmad MOHAMMADI (IRI) – World No.3 (1)
4. Soslan RAMONOV (RUS) – World No.3 (8)
5. Togrul ASGAROV (AZE) – European Games No.1 (3)
6. GANZORIG Mandakhnaran (MGL) – World No.5 (16)
7. Ilyas BEKBULATOV (RUS) – Yarygin GP No.1 (7)
8. George BUCUR (ROU) – Ziolkowski No.2 (13)
9. Brent METCALF (USA) – World Cup No.1 (2)
10. Avtandil KENTCHADZE (GEO) – World No.9 (nr)
11. Borislav NOVACHKOV (BUL) – Dan Kolov No.1 (17)
12. Magomedmurad GADZHIEV (POL) – Yasar Dogu No.1 (2@70)
13. Magomed KURBANALIEV (RUS) – Medved Prizes No.2 (4)
14. Magomed MUSLIMOV (AZE) – Paris GP No.1 (9)
15. Masoud ESMAILPOUR (IRI) – Asia No.1 (11)
16. YEERLANBIEKE Katal (CHN) – Spanish GP No.3 (nr)
17. Mustafa KAYA (TUR) – European Games No.3 (6)
18. KIM Ju-Song (PRK) – World No.11 (nr)
19. Haislan GARCIA VERANES (CAN) – Pan Am Games No.3 (nr)
20. Tomotsugu ISHIDA (JPN) – Asia No.2 (14) 

70kg – European Games gold medalist Magomedrasul GAZIMAGOMEDOV (RUS) won his third title of the year to secure his position atop this non-Olympic weight category.

1. Magomedrasul GAZIMAGOMEDOV (RUS) – World No.1 (1)
2. Hassan YAZDANI CHARATI (IRI) – World No.2 (7)
3. Yakup GOR (TUR) – World No.3 (3)
4. James GREEN (USA) – World No.3 (16)
5. Azamat NURIKOV (BLR) – Medved Prizes No.1 (12@65)
6. Miroslav KIROV (BUL) – Dan Kolov No.1 (9)
7. Israil KASUMOV (RUS) – World Cup No.1 (6)
8. Bekzod ABDURAKHMANOV (UZB) – Asia No.1 (4)
9. Ruslan DIBIRGADZHIYEV (AZE) – European Games No.3 (8)
10. David TLASHADZE (GEO) – European Games No.5
11. Magomedkhabib KADIMAGOMEDOV (RUS) – Ali Aliev No.1 (11)
12. Rasul ARSANALIEV (RUS) – Yarygin GP No.3 (10)
13. Georgi ZLATOV (BUL) – Dan Kolov No.3 (15)
14. Elaman DOGDURBEK UULU (KGZ) – Asia No.2 (19)
15. Takafumi KOJIMA (JPN) – Asia No.3 (20)
16. Rasul DZUKAEV (RUS) – Yarygin GP No.1 (nr)
17. Nurlan BEKZHANOV (KAZ) – Kazakhstan Cup No.1 (nr)
18. LING Haiwei (CHN) – Ziolkowski No.5 (nr)
19. Arun KUMAR (IND) – Kazakhstan Cup No.4 (nr)
20. Semyon RADULOV (UKR) – Stepan Sargsyan No.5 (nr)

74kg – European Games gold medalist Aniuar GEDUEV (RUS) holds eventual champion Jordan BURROUGHS (USA) to a 4-3 decision in the semifinals to earn No.2 in the rankings over world silver medalist PUREVJAV Unurbat (MGL), who lost by technical fall in the finals.

1. Jordan BURROUGHS (USA) – World No.1 (1)
2. Aniuar GEDUEV (RUS) – World No.3 (2)
3. PUREVJAV Unurbat (MGL) – World No.2 (nr)
4. Narasingh YADAV (IND) – World No.3 (19)
5. Alireza GHASEMI (IRI) – Ziolkowski No.1 (11)
6. Zelimkhan KHADJIEV (FRA) – World No.5
7. Livan LOPEZ AZCUY (CUB) – Pan Am Games No.3 (9)
8. Jumber KVELASHVILI (GEO) – European Games No.3 (10)
9. Rashid KURBANOV (UZB) – Asia No.3 (8)
10. Ali SHABANOV (BLR) – Medved Prizes No.3 (13)
11. Soner DEMIRTAS (TUR) – European Games No.2 (7)
12. Krystian BRZOZOWSKI (POL) – Granma Cup No.1 (nr)
13. Denis TSARGUSH (RUS) – Yasar Dogu No.1 (3)
14. Khetik TSABOLOV (RUS) – Yasar Dogu No.3 (5)
15. Mihaly NAGY (HUN) – World No.8 (nr)
16. Sosuke TAKATANI (JPN) – Ziolkowski No.2 (4)
17. Peyman YARAHMADI (IRI) – Asia No.1 (6)
18. Evgheni NEDEALCO (MDA) – Olympia No.1 (13@70)
19. Grigor GRIGORYAN (ARM) – European U23 No.2 (nr)
20. Yabrail HASANOV (AZE) – European Games No.3 (16)

86kg – Former world champion Ibragim ALDATOV (UKR), 31, outscored three opponents, 34-2, in three bouts before falling to Asia champion Alireza KARIMIMACHIANI (IRI) in the semifinals. Aldatov earned a seventh place in first appearance at the world meet since winning it all in 2013.
 
1. Abdulrashid SADULAEV (RUS) – World No.1 (1)
2. Selim YASAR (TUR) – World No.2 (10)
3. Alireza KARIMIMACHIANI (IRI) – World No.3 (5)
4. Sandro AMINASHVILI (GEO) – World No.3 (11)
5. Magomedhadshi KHATIEV (AZE) – World No.5 (nr)
6. Mikhail GANEV (BUL) – World No.5 (nr)
7. Ibragim ALDATOV (UKR) – World No.7 (nr)
8. Pedro CEBALLOS FUENTES (VEN) – World No.10
9. Reineris SALAS PEREZ (CUB) – Pan Am Games No.1 (2)
10. Shamil KUDIYAMAGOMEDOV (RUS) – Ali Aliev No.1 (3)
11. Dauren KURUGLIEV (RUS) – World Cup No.1 (6)
12. ORGODOL Uitumen (MGL) – Yarygin GP No.2 (nr)
13. Piotr IANULOV (MDA) – European Games No.2 (7)
14. Atsushi MATSUMOTO (JPN) – Asia No.2 (13)
15. Radoslaw MARCINKIEWICZ (POL) – European Games No.3 (8)
16. Armands ZVIRBULIS (LAT) – World No.9 (nr)
17. Aleksandr HUSHTYN (BLR) – Medved Prizes No.2 (9)
18. William HARTH (GER) – Dan Kolov No.1 (nr)
19. Ville HEINO (FIN) – World No.13 (nr)
20. Istvan VEREB (HUN) – European Games No.5 (12)

97kg – Pavlo OLEYNIK (UKR) rebounded from a loss to eventual champion Kyle SNYDER (USA) with three straight wins in repechage to book his ticket to Rio 2016 with a bronze medal and a No.4 in the rankings.

1. Kyle SNYDER (USA) – World No.1 (15)
2. Abdusalam GADISOV (RUS) – World No.2 (2)
3. Khetag GAZUMOV (AZE) – World No.3 (1)
4. Pavlo OLEYNIK (UKR) – World No.3 (11)
5. Abbas TAHAN (IRI) – World No.5 (13)
6. Elizbar ODIKADZE (GEO) – European Games No.2 (4)
7. Sharif SHARIFOV (AZE) – World Cup No.1 (3)
8. Valeri ANDRIITSEV (UKR) – European Games No.3 (5)
9. Radoslaw BARAN (POL) – Ali Aliev No.1 (8)
10. Magomed MUSAEV (KGZ) – Asia No.2 (10)
11. Ibragim BOLUKBASI (TUR) – Yasar Dogu No.3 (17)
12. KIM Jae-Gang (KOR) – Asia No.3 (nr)
13. Jose DIAZ ROBERTTI (VEN) – Pan Am Games No.3 (nr)
14. Nicolae CEBAN (MDA) – Olympia No.1 (18)
15. Mohamedhossein MOHAMMADIAN (IRI) – Asia No.1 (9)
16. Yuri BELONOVSKI (RUS) – Ali Aliev No.3 (12)
17. Stefan KEHRER (GER) – Ion Corneanu No.1 (19)
18. Arjun Singh GILL (CAN) – Pan Am Games No.2 (nr)
19. Javier CORTINA LACERRA (CUB) – Granma Cup No.3 (6)
20. Imants LAGODSKIS (LAT) – Dan Kolov No.3 (nr)

125kg – Three unranked wrestlers from Asia – JARGALSAIKHAN Chuluunbat (MGL), Daulet SHABANBAY (KAZ) and Nobuyoshi ARAKIDA (JPN) – join the rankings with timely wins in the super heavyweight brackets. Jargalsaikhan qualified Mongolia for Rio 2016 with a 2-1 win over Arakida in repechage.

1. Taha AKGUL (TUR) – World No.1 (1)
2. Jamalladin MAGOMEDOV (AZE) – World No.2 (4)
3. Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO) – World No.3 (3)
4. Beylal MAKHOV (RUS) – World No.3 (6)
5. Levan BERIANIDZE (ARM) – World No.5 (13)
6. JARGALSAIKHAN Chuluunbat (MGL) – World No.5 (nr)
7. Parviz HADI (IRI) – Takhti Cup No.1 (9)
8. Aleksey SHEMAROV (BLR) – European Games No.2 (2)
9. Aiaal LAZAREV (KGZ) – Asia No.1 (10)
10. Komeil GHASEMI (IRI) – Asia No.2 (5)
11. Muradin KUSHKHOV (RUS) – Yarygin GP No.1 (7)
12. David MODZMANASHVILI (GEO) – Medved Prizes No.1 (8)
13. Alen ZASEEV (UKR) – Medved Prizes No.2 (12)
14. Daulet SHABANBAY (KAZ) – Yasar Dogu No.3 (nr)
15. Nobuyoshi ARAKIDA (JPN) – Mongolian Open No.2 (nr)
16. Soslan GAGLOEV (SVK) – Dan Kolov No.1 (14)
17. Zachery REY (USA) – Pan Am Games No.1 (17)
18. Nick MATUHIN (GER) – Ziolokowski No.3 (18)
19. DENG Zhiwei (CHN) – Asia No.3 (19)
20. Aleksander KHOTSIANIVSKI (UKR) – Paris GP No.1 (11)

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10.07.2015 | 11:29 PM ET

Here's Fredy Serrano from 2008 Olympics. He also competed at 2011 worlds.




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10.07.2015 | 11:31 PM ET

And Maximo Blanco wrestling the GOAT Buvaisar Saitiev




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10.08.2015 | 6:49 AM ET

Has anyone from South America ever medaled at a WC or Olympics? 

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11.05.2015 | 5:31 PM ET

Nogfan, not sure if you seen this but this a great database for Amateur wrestling.


https://www.iat.uni-leipzig.de/datenbanken/dbfoeldeak/



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11.07.2015 | 10:31 AM ET

Alrosa Cup live stream. Freestyle going on right now. Big upset was 2x World 5th placer Azamat Nur




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11.07.2015 | 10:31 AM ET

Azerbaijan is looking really ******* good right now.




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11.07.2015 | 11:36 AM ET

Yeah the  Azerbaijan president pouring resources into their sport  systems (especially wrestling) is really showing.  I've only seen 1 azeri lose so far.  The Germans were beaten down by them in greco 

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11.07.2015 | 1:14 PM ET

There are some bribes or something going  from Azerbaijan. .. There were some very shady calls  like when sulemanov of azer vs sokalski of Poland , Poland was 8 -4 up, the match was paused  and score put to 6-4 this was at the 5:35 mark of match... sokalski won buy I've never seen a wrestler more upset for losing a match than  sulemanov  .. He talked smack to sokalski on the background after 

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11.08.2015 | 10:06 AM ET

Unbelievably high sstandard of magmates going right now bw tween the azeris and Russians (dagestan is ossetians slavs some chechen too i think)  the ossetians are for sure in my opiniopinion the best wrestlers in Russia .. One was 6 to 0 down there,  literally came back in the last 30 seconds with a takedown and 2 rolls yo win 6- 6. You can tell t he ossetians as their surnames usually end with  'aev' as in  bogoaev  or tuaev or dudaev

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11.08.2015 | 10:50 AM ET

 In regards to Dudaev you mean rustam Dudaev who placed fifth in 2014 worlds losing to Jordan burroughs in the bronze medal match. As much as I would love to entertain your fancy of match fixing being rampant in this tournament in favor of the Azeri wrestlers I can assure you that the matches weren't fixed as much as there are incompetent refs who value certain moves differently along with having regional ties that give them a bias towards a certain wrestler.  This is the reason why at the world championships this year every ref in a match was from a different country then the two wrestlers competing so that there may be no bias.  Really the only true example of match fixing that can come to mind is 2011 120 kg final between Mijain Lopez and Riza Kayalp. 
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11.08.2015 | 11:04 AM ET

Most of the Russian team that you will see are not actually ethnic russians(light hair, blue eyes, light complexion) so much as they are Caucasians from the Caucasus mountain range(Republic of Dagestan, North Ossetia-Alania, Chechnya,and Burytia) along with guys from the Siberian areas who have more Asiatic features(Sakha republic and Krasnoyarsk Kai). so for the world reps this year he was the areas they were from:  57 KGs:Viktor Lebedev(Sakha republic),61 KGs: Aleksandr Bogomoev(buryatia), 65 KGs: Soslan Romanov(North Ossetia-Alania) 70 KGs: Magomedrasaul Gazimagomedov(Stravropol-Krai), 74 KGs: Anuiar Geduev(Kabardino-Balkaria, Geduev is Circassian and at one point and time had considered transferring to Turkey to compete) 86 KG's: Abdulrashid Sadulaev(Dagestan) 97 KGs:Abdusalam Gadisov(Dagestan) 125 KGs: Bilyal Makhov(Dagestan). In Russian slang, people from the Caucasus are called black due to their darker features(dark hair and eyes). 
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11.08.2015 | 11:06 AM ET

Later today i'll have finals from intercontinental cup and a recap of the D1 colllege wrestling th


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11.27.2015 | 10:41 PM ET

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57kg (14 entries)

Gold – Ismail MUSUKAEV (RUS) df. ERDENEBAT Bekhbayar (MGL), 5-2
Bronze – Makhir AMIRASLANOV (AZE) df. Djamal OTARSULTANOV (RUS) by default, 0:00
Bronze – Otari GOGAVA (GEO) df. Parviz IBRAHIMOV (AZE), 7-3

61kg (12 entries)

Gold – Haji ALIEV (AZE) df. Iman SADEGHIKOUKANDEH (IRI), 8-2
Bronze – Daulet NIYAZBEKOV (KAZ) df. Andry DAVILA (VEN) by TF, 10-0, 2:08
Bronze – Aleksander BOGOMOEV (RUS) df. Shingo ARIMOTO (JPN), 5-0

65kg (11 entries)

Gold – Magomed KURBANALIEV (RUS) df. Logan STIEBER (USA), 14-6
Bronze – Teymur MAMMADOV (AZE) df. Anthony MONTERO (VEN), 3-0
Bronze – Soslan RAMONOV (RUS) df. Agahueseyin MUSTAFAEV (AZE), 7-0

70kg (8 entries)

Gold – Bekzod ABDURAKHMANOV (UZB) df. Togrul ASGAROV (AZE), 8-8
Bronze – Mustafa KAYA (TUR) df. Nobuyoshi TAKOJIMA (JPN), 8-2
Bronze – Gadjimurad OMAROV (AZE) df. Arkadiusz SZEJA (POL) by default, 0:00

74kg (13 entries)

Gold – Yabrail HASANOV (AZE) df. Khetik TSABOLOV (RUS), 12-8(Hasanov placed brozne in 2010 and 2011 at 66 KG at worlds, got 5th at the Olympics, is a 2009 Junior World Champ, 2013 World University Game runner-up, and overall hammer but has taken some bumps here and there and is more reknowned for his ability to scramble and his counter-offense so the fact he was in the driver's seat moving Tsablov, the 2014 World champ at 70 KG and a top 10 guy right now in the world at 74 KG, around on the mat and scoring clean on him really speaks to how he can do this year. 
Bronze – Akhmed GADZHIMAGOMEDOV (RUS) Daisuke SHIMADA (JPN) by TF, 10-0, 6:00(Gadzhimagomedov was the 2014 Yarygin runner-up to Aniuar Geduev, and got third this year at Russian nationals.
Bronze – Moustafa HOSSEINKHANI (IRI) df. Soner DEMIRTAS (TUR), 3-2(Hosseinkhani was #1 ranked 70 KG going into worlds in 2014 then loses to Bekzod "the cruel" Abdurakhmanov in quarters. Soner Demirtas was European games runner-up this year and so far best wins for him are Jabrayil Hasanov really. Top 5 early this year. 

86kg (11 entries)

Gold – Aleksander GOSTIEV (AZE) df. Gazhiev NURMAGOMED (AZE), 2-0(Not much to say here, Nurmagomed didn;t dedicate to any real attacks, Gostiev closest thing he had was a snatch single but Nurmagomed limp legged out, and the problem was Nurmagomed is really ******* big, and he doesn't do anything but has really good defense which aren't a great combination if you want to be entertained. 
Bronze – Sandro AMINASHVILI (GEO) df. Patryk DUBLINOWSKI (POL), 6-3
Bronze – Ehsan LASHGARI (IRI) df. David TAYLOR (USA) by TF, 10-0, 2:52(Watched this match and what it seemed like was with David is he was really having troubles finding his range against Lashgari and was caught reaching quite a bit, Lashgari got a short drag off to 2 gut wrenches, then another drag, gets a double, Taylor defends it looks switch they blow it to their feet 8-0 lead for Lashgari, Lashgari snatches up a single trip finish and techs Taylor is how I remember the match going. No shame in losing to Lashgari as Lashgari is a VERY VERY strong 86 KG and is a 2012 Olympic bronze Medalsit and 2013 World Bronze Medalist. Really Iran at 86 is  stacked, with Alireza Karimimichiani, Javad Ebrahimi, Meisam moustafa Joukar, Eshan Lashgari, and  Gojitaba who teched everyone at Junior Worlds this year, 

97kg (10 entries)

Gold – Elizbar ODIKADZE (GEO) df. Sharif SHARIFOV (AZE), 4-2*(Odikadze is pretty underratted at 97 in that he hasn't gotten past Yazdani, Gadisov, Snyder, or Gazyumov but with this win he proved to me he's a consensus top 4 guy at the weight. Yazdani is back and teched Jake Varner today at the Wrestling World Clubs Cup in Iran 10-0. 
Bronze – Pavlo OLIYNIK (UKR) df. Yuji ***UI (JPN) by TF, 10-0, 3:28(snatch single finished on mat, and 2 gut wrenches and a go behind and a gut wrench won it for Oliynik, I didn't watch it intently because Oliynik is so defensive of a wrestler, that he's not much fun to watch.)
Bronze – Arslanbek ALBOROV (AZE) df. James BERGMAN (USA), 4-1(So Bergman's strategy for this match was to have a pretty heavy bladed stance standing up leaving his lead leg exposed and to just right club left underhook his way to victory because he's strong. Sounds like it won't work and leaves you open to snatch singles all day. if you thought that you're exactly right and that's what happened in this match.)

125kg (10 entries)

Gold – Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO) df. Jamaladdin MAGOMEDOV (AZE) by default, 0:00
Bronze – Dom BRADLEY (USA) df. Aiaal LAZAREV (KGZ) by default, 0:00
Bronze – DENG Zhiwei (CHN) df. Ibragim SAIDOV (BLR), 5-4(Saidov used to wrestle for Russia, transfers to Belarus and goes up from 97 to 125 KG.
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