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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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12.06.2015 | 1:20 PM ET



"I am the greatest blonde man in the world. I am Tru Viking." - Alexander Gustaffsson / "The world must bow to my Glory. I am a God amongst mortals. They must pay me tribute in wine and concubine for my deeds." - Jon Jones "

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12.12.2015 | 9:27 AM ET



"I am the greatest blonde man in the world. I am Tru Viking." - Alexander Gustaffsson / "The world must bow to my Glory. I am a God amongst mortals. They must pay me tribute in wine and concubine for my deeds." - Jon Jones "

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12.12.2015 | 2:31 PM ET

Here's the wrestling preview for UFC 194.\
Jose Aldo: No wrestling background
Conor Mcgregor: No wrestling background
Chris Weidman: 2x All american for Hofstra University, placed sixth in 2001 FILA Cadet Nationals( Commonly referred to as Fargo, biggest and toughest tournament at the high school level hands down) 2x JUCO all-american for Nassau Community college placing third twice(2003-2004) at 2006 NCAA's went on an absolute tear beating #1 seed Wynn Michalak, who's currently top 10 in the domestic freestyle rankings and has beaten Olympic champ Jake Varner,  then in the quarterfinals he beat Ryan Bader(8th seed), and in the semi-finals he lost to Jake Rosholt who finished his collegiate career as a 3x national champion so there's no shame in that. In the 2007 season Weidman had a 28-7 record and got a win over Phil Davis, and come the NCAA tournament he turned it on again beating All-americans Jerry Rinaldi, 2013 world team member J.D. Bergman, and Mike Tamillow placing third.
Luke Rockhold: wrestled in high school didn't place in California state tournament which is understandableseeing as they're still the only single division state, quit wrestling while in community college to fully focus on jiu-Jitsu
Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza-  One of the best grapplers to ever live did not start his career as a wrestler instead opting for Judo and Jiu-Jitsu.
Yoel Romero- One of the best Cuban wrestlers ever, 5 time world medalist(1 gold, 2 silvers, 2 bronzes,) 5 time Pan-Am champ, 3 time world cup champ, 2000 Olympic runner-up to arguably the best P4P wrestler at the time Adam Saitiev, placed fifth at the 2004 Olympics losing to Sazhid Sazhidov who is the current head coach for Russia's national freestyle team. Has wins over 1996 Olympic champ Khadzhimurad Magomedov, 2000 Olympic Bronze medalist Magomed Ibragimov,  1996 Olympic 4th placer Plamen Paskalev,  4x undefeated NCAA champion and 2004 Olympic Champion Cael Sanderson, 2005 World bronze medalist Magomed Kurugliev, 1992 World champ 1992 and 1996 Olympic bronze medalist Amir Reza Khadem, 2008 Olympic champion Revaz Mindorashvili, and 2008 Olympic bronze medalist Taras Danko. Yeah Yoel's pretty good.
Demian Maia and Gunnar Nelson- Both are true BJJ savants with Maia being able to lay claim to being one of the most credentialed BJJ competitors  to ever enter MMA, neither has a wrestling background.
Max Holloway-No wrestling background
Jeremy Stephens- wrestled for Norwalk High school in Des Moines, Iowa.
Urijah Faber-  wrestled for University of California-Davis and was Round of 12 at the 2002 NCAA's. Unviersity Nationals runner-up, ahs wins over AA and world team member Shawn Bunch, All-American Matt Sanchez, and Mark Jayne
Frankie Saenz- wrestled at Arizona State and University of North Colorado, 1999 NHSCA Senior Nationals All-american, Fargo freestyle AA taking sixth in freestyle and fourth in Greco. 2x Arizona State champion
Colby Covington- AA for Oregon State placing fifth at the 2011 NCAA's at 174, 2009 Midland's fourth placer, 2011 Pac 10 champ, 2005 Fargo AA placing fifth in Greco, 2006 Fargo Freestyle AA placing fourth, 2006 NHSCA 3rd placer,  has wins over All-americans Chris Heinrich and 2012 NCAA runner-up Nick Amuchastegi.

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12.12.2015 | 8:10 PM ET

Here's the link to Ohio State/ Missouri match going on right now, here's a preview of the matches.
125: #9 Barlow McGhee(Missouri) Vs. #1 Nathanh Tomasello(Ohio State)
133: UR Zach Synon(Missouri) vs. #4 Johnni DiJulius
141: #8 Micah Jordan(Ohio State) vs. #16 Matt Manley(Missouri)
149: #4 Lavion Mayes(Missouri) vs Cody Burcher(Ohio State)
157: #20 Jake Ryan(Ohio State) vs. Whoever Missouri puts out
165: #1 at 174, but #3 at 165 Bo Jordan(Ohio State) vs. #12 Daniel Lewis(Missouri) potentially Ohio State puts out disappointing back up Justin Kresevic who is masterful at losing big matches.
174: Myles Martin(Ohio State) vs. #8 Blaise Butler(Missouri) 
184: #12 Kenny Courts(Ohio State) vs. #6 Willie Miklus(Missouri) Both guys are AA's.
197: Mark Martin(Ohio State) vs. #2 J'Den Cox(Missouri)
285: #18 Nick Tavanello(Ohio State) vs. UR James Romero(Missouri)









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01.23.2016 | 7:20 PM ET

Well I wrote the freestyle rankings for January and want to get your guy's feedback.

57  KG:

  1. Vladimir Khinchegashvili

  2. Hassan Rahimi

  3. Viktor Lebedev

  4. Ismail Musukaev

  5. Alexander Bogomoev(confirmed moving down to 57 KG, #1 throughout the year at 61 KG)

  6. Nomin Batbold(world runner-up at 61 KG, wrestled 57 at the Yarygin, confirmed moving down)

  7. Yowlys Bonne Rodriguez

  8. Bekhbayar Erdenebat

  9. Hak Jin Jong

  10. Amit Kumar

  11. Artem Gebek

  12. Artas Sanaa

  13. Djamal Otarsultanov

  14. Sezar Akgul

  15. Fumitaka Mori****a

  16. Vladislav Andreev

  17. Nariman Israpilov

  18. Yuki Takahashi

  19. Tony Ramos

  20. Mahir Amiraslanov

* Edited at 01.23.2016, 7:21 PM ET *

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01.23.2016 | 7:22 PM ET

65 KG

65 KG: at this weight it’s a bit of a ******* mess a lot of really good 70 KG’s are coming down so it messes with the weight quite a bit, 70’s coming down to 65 are Yakup Gor, Israil Kasumov, Azamat Nurikov, James Green, and lots of guys have had some weird losses after worlds for example Ikhityor Navruzov losing to Amit Dhankar at Indian Pro Wrestling League among his loses at the intercontinental cup have him dropping low in this ranking

  1. Frank Chamizo

  2. Sayed Ahmed Mohammadi

  3. Togrul Asgarov

  4. Magomed Kurbanaliev

  5. Soslan Romanov

  6. Ikhityor Navruzov

  7. Ilyas Bekbulatov(fantastic domestic wins and he whooped that ass against Kurbanaliev but unfortunately he hasn’t been the world rep so he hasn’t been able to wrestle as many big guys other than at the Yarygin where he teched Metcalf in 2013 and beat him 8-6 this year)

  8. Magomedmurad Gadzhiev

  9. Yakup Gor

  10. James Green

  11. Azamat Nurikov

  12. Israil Kasumov

  13. Brent Metcalf

  14. Boris Novachkov

  15. Mustafa Kaya

  16. Logan Stieber

  17. Jimmy Kennedy

  18. Mandakhnaran Ganzorig

  19. Yeerlanbieke Katal

  20. Teymur Mammadov

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01.23.2016 | 7:23 PM ET

74 KG: notice lack of Jumber Kvelashvili and addition of Gazimagomedov and Yazdani Charati who are both coming up to 74 KG, Kurbanov is really low because all the other guys above him out did him at worlds and have better credentials throughout the year, Howe is #10 because of his win over Ghasemi along with career wins over Kiril Tirziev and Soslan Tigiev, Purevjav falls due to losses at Indian Pro Wrestling League to Livan Lopez and Narsingh Yadav expect to see Purevjav keep going down.

  1. Jordan Burroughs

  2. Aniuar Geduev

  3. Magomedrasaul Gazimagomedov

  4. Hassan Yazdani Charati

  5. Narsingh Yadav

  6. Jabrayil Hasanov

  7. Khetik Tsabolov

  8. Livan Lopez Azcuy

  9. Purevjav Unurbat

  10. Andrew Howe

  11. Alireza Ghasemi

  12. Sosuke Takatani

  13. Zelimkhan Khadjiev

  14. Akhmed Gadzhimagomedov

  15. Denis Tsargush

  16. Soner Demirtas

  17. Ali Shabanu

  18. Magomed Khizriev

  19. Rashid Kurbanov

  20. Innokenti Innokenteyev
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01.23.2016 | 7:23 PM ET

86 KG's

86 KG: Kicked Aminashvili out of rankings, really ****** losses along with not the best wins at worlds and only got third because Magomedgadzhi Khatiyev got hurt against him and he got the injury default win. Alexander Hustyn is back in the ranking after beating Aminashvili and he was runner-up to Sadulaev at the Medved as well. Gheorgita Stefan teched Ed Ruth in the finals of the Henri Deglane and enters the rankings at 17.

  1. Abdulrashid Sadulaev

  2. Alireza Karimimachiani

  3. Selim Yasar

  4. Mihail Ganev

  5. Magomedgadzhi Khatiyev

  6. Ibragim Aldatov

  7. Reineris Salas Perez

  8. Dauren Kurugliev

  9. Pedro Ceballos Fuentes

  10. Alexander Gostiyev

  11. Shamil Kudiyamagomedov

  12. Nurmagomed Gadzhiev

  13. Ehsan Lashgari

  14. Uitumen Orgodol

  15. Piotr Ianulov

  16. Radoslaw Marcinkiewicz

  17. Gheorghita Stefan

  18. Alexander Hushtyn

  19. Atsushi Matsumoto

  20. Ed Ruth

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01.23.2016 | 7:24 PM ET

97 KG's.

97 KG’s: Welcome Reza Yazdani back to the rankings at #6, he is a 2 time world champ and has wins over Gadisov, Gazumov, Marsagashvili, and Varner but his bad loss to Sharif Sharifov at the world cup this year and a 2012 loss to Elizbar Odikadze at the world cup back when Odikadze was the back-up to 2008 and 2012 Olympic bronze medalist Georgi Gogschlidze keeps him from being in top 5. Khadjimurad Gatsalov moving back down to 97 and comes in at #5. Mohammad Mohammadian drops out of the ranking due to being caught doping and he’s now banned for the next 4 years, looking forward to see him in MMA

  1. Kyle Snyder

  2. Abdusalam Gadisov

  3. Khetag Gazumov

  4. Elizbar Odikadze

  5. Khadjimurad Gatsalov

  6. Reza Yazdani

  7. Sharif Sharifov

  8. Pavlo Oliynik

  9. Abbas Tahan

  10. Valerii Andriitsev

  11. Radoslaw Baran

  12. Dato Marsagashvili

  13. Jose Daniel Diaz Robertii

  14. Yuri Belonovski

  15. Akhmed Bataev

  16. Jake Varner

  17. Ibraghim Bolukbasi

  18. Magomed Musaev

  19. Arslanbek Alborov

  20. Takeshi Yamaguchi

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01.23.2016 | 7:25 PM ET

125 KG

125 KG:

  1. Taha Akgul

  2. Bilyal Makhov

  3. Geno Petriashvili

  4. Jamaluddin Magomedov

  5. Tervel Dlagnev

  6. Alan Zazeev

  7. Alexei Shemarov

  8. Parviz Hadi

  9. Komeil Ghasemi

  10. Davit Modzamanishvili

  11. Murad Kushkov

  12. Aiall Larzaev

  13. Levan Berinadze(also goes by the really fat hairy guy that looks like a plumber that Makhov teched for third.)

  14. Giorgi Sakandelidze

  15. Daulet Shabanay

  16. Chuluunbat Jargalsaikhan

  17. Aleksandr Khotsianivski

  18. Anzor Khizriev

  19. Zachery Rey

  20. Soslan Gagloev
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01.29.2016 | 8:24 PM ET

Kaori Icho finally lost. 13 year and 189 match streak snapped (if you don't count the default loss in 2007)

* Edited at 01.29.2016, 8:28 PM ET *

"She be curvin all the locals, must like foreigns and this is when I had the Martin, I was just like Lawrence so wassup"

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02.06.2016 | 5:19 PM ET



2015 world runner-up Rustam Assakalov pins and chokes out 2014 world champ Melonin Noumonvi. 
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02.06.2016 | 5:27 PM ET

Icho lost to Purevdorj Orkhon. I've been helping write stuff on Takedowewrestle.com so I haven't been able to keep the thread as active as I would like it but I'll give some links to the articles. 
http://takedownwrestle.com/wrestling-news/best-freestyle-matches-of-2015/

http://takedownwrestle.com/wrestling-news/yarygin-2016-preview-part-1/

http://takedownwrestle.com/wrestling-news/2016-yarygin-preview-part-2/

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02.06.2016 | 8:27 PM ET



"I am the greatest blonde man in the world. I am Tru Viking." - Alexander Gustaffsson / "The world must bow to my Glory. I am a God amongst mortals. They must pay me tribute in wine and concubine for my deeds." - Jon Jones "

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02.06.2016 | 9:40 PM ET

Top Countries in Freestyle Wrestling

1. Russia
2. Iran((Iran has 4x world medalist and 2016 Grand Prix of Paris champ Hassan Rahim along with Younes Sarmasdizaj the 2013 Junior world champ and 2015 Baku GGP bronze medalisti at 57 KG along with 2013 , 2013 University world runner-up Behnam Ehsanpur and 2014 and 2015 Junior world champ Iman Sadeghikoukandeh at 61 KG, at 65 KG they have 2014 world runner-up and 2015 world bronze medalist Sayed Ahmed Mohammadi who's beat Azamat Nurikov, Brent Metcalf, teched Olympic champ Togrul Asgarov, beat Mustafa Kaya,  beat Aventadil Kentchadze, and in general ****s guys up, at 70 KG they had Hassan Yazdani Charati the 2014 junior world champ, 2015 world runner-up who is top 5 at 74 KG, at 74 KG they ahve 2015 5th place finsih Alireza Ghasemi who's beaten Zelimkhan Khadjiev, Jumber Kvelashvili, and Miroslav Kirov, 2014 70 KG world rep Mostaffa Hosseinkhani who got bronze at the Baku GGP last year, 2013 Junior world champ Peyman Yarahmadi, now Hassan Yazdani Charati who is nasty, and Morteza Rheza Ghalie who was the world cup rep, at 86 KG they are crazy stacked with 2014 junior world champ, 2015 world bronze medallist and one of only two people to have scored on Abdulrashid Sadulaev last year Alireza Karimichaini who teched Ibragim Aldatov and Mihail Ganev at worlds and in general ****s **** up, Meisam Moustafa Joukar was the 2004 Olympics rep at 74 KG and 2014 Asian Games champ and is most known for making Clayton Foster look like **** at last years world cup, 2012 Junior world champ Mahammadmasjavad Ebrahimi who teched 2012 Olympic Bronze medalsit and 2013 world bronze medalist Ehsan Lashgari at the world club championships last year, Reza Bayat who pinned Joukar in the semi's of the Takhti cup, Ehsan Lashgari 2012 Olympic Bronze Medalist, 2013 world bronze medallist and 2015 Baku GGP bronze medalist and Mojitba Goleiji who teched his way through 2015 Junior world championships, at 97 KG it's all about 2011 and 2013 world champ Reza Yazdani who's beaten Jake Varner, Abdusalam Gadisov,Valerii Andriitsev, Tahan Abbas, Khetag Gazumov, and is overall a great wrestler than at 125 KG they have 2012 Olympci bronze medallist, 2014 world runner-up Khomeil Ghasemi. 
3.Azerbaijan(they're the size of Indiana with the population of North Carolina, yet have 10 weights qualified for the Olympics, compared to the U.S.'s 5 weights qualified)
4. Georgia
5.United States(Burroughs,Green,Snyder, and Dlagnev bolster a solid line-up and if Metcalf,Humphrey and Herbert can put together a good tournament they could have medaled as well last year.)
6.Mongolia(very strong in lighter weights, very good depth world highlighted by world medalists 57 KG: Nyam Ochir Enkhsaikhany, 61 KG world runner-up Nomin Batbold, 2x world bronze medalsit at 65 KG Mandakhnaran Ganzorig, 
7. Ukraine
8.Turkey
9. Belarus
10.Uzbekistan
11. Japan
12.India
13.Bulgaria
14.Cuba
15. Moldova
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02.20.2016 | 2:19 PM ET



"I am the greatest blonde man in the world. I am Tru Viking." - Alexander Gustaffsson / "The world must bow to my Glory. I am a God amongst mortals. They must pay me tribute in wine and concubine for my deeds." - Jon Jones "

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02.20.2016 | 2:28 PM ET

mat 2 ↑ mat 1 ↓



* Edited at 02.20.2016, 2:29 PM ET *

"I am the greatest blonde man in the world. I am Tru Viking." - Alexander Gustaffsson / "The world must bow to my Glory. I am a God amongst mortals. They must pay me tribute in wine and concubine for my deeds." - Jon Jones "

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02.20.2016 | 6:13 PM ET

ncaa d1 duel



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02.20.2016 | 6:52 PM ET

Man utah are really putting beating on GCU. .. hope GCU athletes up their game after this duel 

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03.13.2016 | 1:09 PM ET


Cool video I found there of Baltic nation wrestlers and some polish and ukrainians participating in the Rimantas Bagdonas tournament (Bagdonas is the first and so far only Olympic style (greco) world champ for Lithuania 

* Edited at 03.13.2016, 1:10 PM ET *

"I am the greatest blonde man in the world. I am Tru Viking." - Alexander Gustaffsson / "The world must bow to my Glory. I am a God amongst mortals. They must pay me tribute in wine and concubine for my deeds." - Jon Jones "

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