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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Gin Buckets, Jun 12, 2015.
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I think Corch Ryan should go look into Mr. Ferrari to see if he is someone we would like to add to our roster.
He tried to pass a car in a non passing zone and hit a car head on or something like that. He’s lucky he didn’t kill a few people.
Maybe osu could have Deshawn reach out to him.
On the plus side, he'll fit right in with Vince McMahon and the tradition of using women and trying to hush/money his way out. Which seems like all he's really wanted
Correction he tried to pass three cars in a non passing zone going up a hill and very easily could have been killed and killed the passengers in the other car. Well beyond reckless, it was stupid and homicidal
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Woman has a protective order against him
So not only did he rape a girl, but he was also supposed to shoot up a teammate’s house and then torture him for boning his sister? Is this a family affair?
Just so everyone knows Travis Mastro
Didn't see this till this morning, but very cool
And saw ASU extended their coach through like 2027
Iowa has a stud in Ben Kueter. grats hawks
Sonny Sasso committed to VT.
Glad we pulled his offer.
Excited for this season. Buddy has a hotel already for Tulsa.
Brackets for Day 1 of Men's freestyle are out.
At 70kg, the biggest news here is that Amir Yazdani drew Josh Finesilver, representing Israel, in the first round. As we have seen in the past, the Iranian wrestling foundation is under strict orders to not wrestle Israel because Iran does not recognize Israel's right to exist. Lil Yaz, the presumptive favorite at the weight, will be forced to forfeit. Retherford got pretty close to the god draw on the bottom half. He is strong threat to win gold or at the very least, wrestle for a medal, but faces a threat in QF against Andreasyan and will have a tough out in the semis as well.
Burroughs at 79kg also got about as good of a draw as he could. He shouldn't be tested until the semis, and the most dangerous threats were all drawn into the opposite side of the bracket.
At 86kg we're likely looking at HYC-Magicman in the finals again, but taylor will have at least a test in the semis against the dauletbekov-torreblanca/Myles Amine winner.
Hayden Zillmer got "lucky" at 125kg as well, being drawn into the Geno bracket rather than the Zare + Akgul bracket. He is now a threat for bronze if he can get past guys like Baran of Poland and Rakhimov of UZB. He gets Geno in his QF match after tkm and poland.
We knew Gilman and Ravi Kumar were on opposite ends as the 1 and 2 seeds, but the biggest unseeded threats--abdullaev and abakarov--were drawn into Kumar's bracket. think we see Gilman in the finals but he has some guys to beat in the QF and semis that can upset him.
Snyder gets baranowski in his first match which should be a win, but the next two will be difficult matchups in M Magomedov, former Russian Jr world champ who transferred to AZE, and Mohammad Mohammadian of Iran, who notably pinned Snyder at the Pellicone a few years back. this semis match likely determines the world champion with no tanks awaiting in the finals, but Matcharashvili, tsakulov, and Baitsaev are the big names there.
for some reason Gilman just seems to be so solid now I can't see anyone upsetting him before the finals (famous last words). I'm sure Zain knows very well that this is his shot to finally do it. Too many times he's gotten a difficult draw and lost a close one early.
Not gonna lie, Gross has a tough, tough road here. He'd need a run like Stieber's non-olympic gold.
Dhelep of Ukraine first round, Grigorev of poland next, choke artist Atli of turkey in the QF, then Harutunyan/Higuchi or maybe even dudaev in the semis.
All the threats were pulled into that side of the bracket. Atri of IRI is the favorite on the bottom half.
Good: Yianni avoids the Musukaev/Aliyev half of the bracket, those guys are probably the two biggest threats at the weight.
Bad: Yianni gets Tevanyan in his first match.
Yianni lost to him pretty convincingly at world's last year. But he should be prepared.
If he makes it past that one, he'll get Germany or more likely Bulgarian Dubov next. that should be a W.
After that it gets dicey--a Bajrang rematch if he can get past Valdes Tobier. I think that is winnable either way.
But the semis match would be much easier if he gets there--Sebastian Rivera of NW/Rutgers, now wrestling for PR, or MGL Tseveensuren awaits.
Finals certainy Musukaev/Aliyev are the favorites, but both face potential landmines in Amouzad of IRI and Lomtadze of GEO respectively.
I keep checking the CMU, WYO and ASU wrestling pages but still no 22-23 schedules released just yet
Is known rapist and armed robber aj Ferrari going to wrestle this year?
That’s Mr. Fast Twitch to you
Seems like a pretty good day for the USA wrestlers
All had pretty great draws(Zain especially) but there’s nobody in the world, this version with no Russian flags allowed, that could have stopped JB at 79 or DT at 86 before Yazdani.
DT vs Yaz tomorrow a little after 12pm eastern, round 5 in what may honestly be the best rivalry in the history of this sport. No signs of anybody slowing these two down between now and 2024.
Can someone explain to me how this is 0 points? No pushout or takedown points awarded here. I didn't understand in real time either.
I mean, I can explain why… it’s just not in the rule book. This is clearly wrong and should be a takedown but it’s either shitty or slightly corrupt officiating
Haven't been able to watch at all today because of work, but i'm certain it's because JB shoved him with two extended arms, which is by rule no points.
Ironically if that guy had stayed in bounds, it probably would have been called 2.
I always think about the time Bekzod teched JB in Rio.
JB has lost 15 times in his career, but only 3 of those losses were by more than one point.
He got teched by Abdurakhmanov 11-1 in 2016
The other two losses were to 3x world champions.
3-0 to Dake at olympic team trials in 2020.
9-2 to Tsargush on a bad knee at 2014 worlds.
Now he's on the verge of becoming the 8th 7-timer in wrestling history.
USA is absolutely crushing it, 20-1 in all matches so far (but the really tough ones are about to start next session)
Reminder that Iran fft at 70kg instead of facing one of the Finesilvers representing Israel.
What weakling blemished that record? The audacity
take your complaints to one hayden zillmer who lost to 3x world champion geno petriashvili
What the hell happened at 57kg? Micic, an Albanian(with a Russian name), a Chinese wrestler, and Gilman make the semis. Ravi Kumar and Sarlak and Lehr all bombed out spectacularly
these refs....that's 1 imo.
That Dake match was not well refereed
Holy shit that dude from Japan is a beast
Yikes, kind of a classic Zain freestyle loss there. Went way too aggressive on the folk style scramble and got caught. Then really poor par terre defense
Narikuni is a future star, seems like a contender at 74 for the next Olympics with so much of the previous group aging
He's done it. SEVEN world golds.
2015 Worlds were apparently in Vegas. Gosh I hope they return there down the road
Jordan Burroughs turned American wrestling around completely.
In 8 world/olympic championships from 2007-2014, we won a total of 1 gold and 5 bronzes not counting Jordan Burroughs'.
Now we win 6-7 medals every year.
It’s time boys, match if the year.
Incredible. Most complete match and most dominant dt has ever looked against HYC.