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Old 10-20-18, 08:05 AM
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And Burroughs loses 6-5 (was really 5-5, but a challenge added the extra point). Has to hope Sidakov can beat Chamizo, which he did at Euros this year.
Burroughs quest to tie Smith for most USA World Golds is gone for at least a year.
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Old 10-20-18, 10:30 AM
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Colon lost to Bonne Rodriguez like 8-4. Will wrestle for bronze tomorrow. Colon will wrestle the winner of Yakhkeshi (Iran) and Guidea (Romania).

Burroughs gets brought back in as Sidakov knocks off Chamizo 3-2. Amazing run for Sidakov, beating two World Champs in about two hours. Burroughs will probably wrestle Franklin Gomez, with the winner facing Chamizo in the bronze match.

And David Taylor beats Kurugliev 7-5 to become a WORLD FINALIST. First World medal for Taylor and the USA at 2018 Worlds, will go for gold tomorrow.

Gwiz gets pulled back in as well as Deng makes the finals.


That's all four guys still alive tomorrow. I think Gwiz has the best chance to win bronze, with less confidence in Colon and Burroughs.

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Old 10-20-18, 11:10 AM
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Thanks for the updates guys!
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Old 10-20-18, 12:07 PM
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Thanks Yankeefan33.
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Old 10-20-18, 12:39 PM
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Thanks Yankeefan33.
Thanks everyone. Was a long night but worth it for sure. I'll be back tonight for a recap/thoughts and bracket breakdown for the four guys tomorrow. First I need a little sleep
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Old 10-20-18, 01:50 PM
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Saw this on another site and thought it'd be worth sharing, if just for laughs:

"And the finals are all live on TV, although for Monday on most of us will be at work. My DVR is already programmed.

It's got to be better than watching the action livestream, where there are constant freezes, bad images, and no or low sound. And, of course, everything goes wrong on cue the last minute when the score is tied. It's like listening to grandpa tell a story over the course of three hours, wherein he falls asleep six or seven times; goes to the bathroom three or four times; forgets what he was talking about at least twice; and then needs to be taken to the hospital right at the end before he reaches the dramatic conclusion."
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Old 10-20-18, 04:40 PM
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What network will the finals be on?
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Old 10-20-18, 05:52 PM
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Old 10-20-18, 06:59 PM
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Notes/Thoughts on Today's wrestling:

61kg:
- Rashidov squeaks by 2-1, then wins 10-0 next two matches, including over #5 Lomtadze
- Hope the Iranian wins tomorrow and wrestles Colon in the bronze match. I'd like to see that one

74kg:
- Sidakov beat two World champs in an hour time frame. Very impressive
- Burroughs has wrestled at 8 World/Olympic games. He has won five times and lost three times to the Russian on the front side of the bracket.
- Chamizo-Burroughs for bronze could be fun
- Abakarov (Azerbaijan) lost to Mehki Lewis at the Junior World finals. He made the quarters and is in the hunt for a bronze still.

86kg:
- Erdin was the highest ranked wrestler on the top half (#11) and he ran the table. Did what someone like Gwiz couldn't.
- Taylor beat the #1, #9, #13, and #3 wrestlers in the world today. Extremely impressive.
- Yazdani vs Torreblanca/Yazdani vs Kurugliev are matches I wanna see

125kg:
- Deng is China's highest placer ever in men's freestyle I believe.
- Akgul fails to medal at World/Olympics for the first time since 2012 (he lost to Mahkov, who lost in the semis and won bronze).
- Khizriev vs Hadi for bronze could be entertaining (for a heavyweight match)
- Petriashvili is going to tech Deng in about two minutes in the finals
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Old 10-20-18, 07:11 PM
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Bracket breakdown for Sunday's action:

57kg- Gilman gets seeded and I think he wins his first match easily. In the quarters he could see probably the winner of Edisherashvili (Georgia, #4) and Kang (North Korea, #5). Even if he loses there, I think the winner of that match makes the finals, and Gilman could face the loser for bronze. The best guys (Uguev, Erdenbat, Takahashi) are all on the top.

Predictions: Gold- Uguev, Silver- Edisherashvili, Bronzes- Yang, Erdenebat

65kg- For the second year in a row Stieber grabs a rough draw. First round matchip is Chakaev of Russia (ranked #6). Whoever wins that has a winnable matchup with probably Uzbekistan, but then runs into Olympic champ Khinchegashvili (Georgia, #4). If Stieber can beat Chakaev, I think he loses to Khinch and can be brought back into repechage. On the bottom, Alieyes/Valdes Tobier is a good 1st round matchup, while World #1 Gadzhiev is in the bottom quarter.

Predictions: Gold- Aliyev, Silver- Khinchegashvili, Bronzes- Otoguro, Gadzhiev

79kg- Dake gets a nice draw and should meet Gadzhimagomedov (Russia, #1) in the semis. The Russian beat Dake pretty handily at Yarygin I believe, and I think Dake loses again here. Kind of a weak weight overall- not interested in watching anybody on the bottom half of the bracket.

Predictions: Gold- Gadzhimagomedov, Silver- Hasanov, Bronzes- Dake, Kurbanov

92kg- Gotta be honest, I have never picked J'Den Cox to win anything. And that's gonna include his first round match against Marsagishvili (Georgia, #6), who J'Den lost to earlier this year. If J'Den does pull off the upset, he can make the semis where he will probably lose to the winner of Tsakulov (Russia, #1) and Sharifov (Azerbaijan, #2). The top half is pretty wide open (a common trend here).

Predictions: Gold- Tsakulov, Silver- Boke, Bronzes- Sharifov, Yankouski

Hope to see some of you up at 4:30. Should be another fun morning
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Old 10-21-18, 03:51 AM
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We're starting with repechage this morning.

Gwiz beats Dhesi 7-0. Did a good job defensing Dhesi's shots and got two crotch lifts to put it away. He'll wrestle India for bronze later in a match he should win.

Stieber lost to Chakaev 7-5. Could not get any offense going all match, took one good shot and got 4 off it. Chakaev will have to beat Khinchegasvhili in the quarters if Stieber wants to get pulled back. His tourney is probably done.

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Old 10-21-18, 04:00 AM
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Early international results:

It's 5am and my champ pick at 65kg lost. Haji Aliev got shut down 2-0 by Valdes Tobier of Cuba. Never seen Aliev so inept offensively.
Dave Habat (Edinboro, Slovenia) got pinned early
Khinchegasvhili (Georgia, 65kg, #4) won 7-3 over a tough Maghsoudi (Iran). Maghsoudi won silver at junior worlds- kid is tough
Erdenebat (Mongolia, #1) lost 6-1 to Rezi Atri of Iran. Atri looked really good
Ethan Ramos (Puerto Rico/North Carolina) won 12-1.

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Old 10-21-18, 05:42 AM
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Thomas Gilman puts up a 6-3 win over Davidovi of Italy. Got to a couple attacks fine, will need to look better against Azerbaijan/India.

J'Den Cox comes through with a big win over the Georgian, 6-2. Got three takedowns in the second period. His draw looks pretty good right now- will be favored in the quarters and probably will see Tsakulov (Russia, #1) or Sharifov (Azerbaijan, #2) in the semis. Looking like another bronze match for J'Den, think he will struggle against those guys though.

Burroughs beats his opponent from Bulgaria 9-0 and will wrestle Frank Chamizo (Italy, #2) for bronze. Burroughs beat Chamizo the first time they met this year, but lost controversially the second time. Should be a great match.

Dake looked great against Obst (Germany, #19). Got to his attacks, had a couple gut wrenches, won 11-0. Will face the #16 Georgian in the quarters, with a matchup against Gadzhimagomedov looming in the semis.

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Old 10-21-18, 07:36 AM
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Quarterfinals:

57kg- Gilman wrestled a great match and beat Edisherashvili 4-0. The Georgian had beaten two top-15 guys today before being stifled by Gilman. He will have Sanayev from Kazakhstan later today in the semis, who has looked great today (although his competition hasn't been as good as Gilman's).

65kg- Stieber is a match away from being drawn back in, as Chakaev posts the best win of the weekend with a 10-0 tech of Olympic champ Khinchhegashvili. Chakaev looked amazing against Khinch, and will have to be the favorite to win it all.

92kg- J'Den takes care of business and wins 6-0 against Ceban. Here's where things get interesting though. His semis opponent is gonna be Karimi (Iran, #7), who J'Den is 2-0 against lifetime. But Karimi has beated Sharifov (#2) and Tsakulov (#1) 7-0 and 11-1, respectively. He's looked amazing. The winner of this match is gonna be a world champ. Hope it's the American.

79kg- Dake smash. Takedown, bunch of turns, wins 11-0 in two minutes. Has Gadzhimagomedov in the semis, that one will be huge for team race.

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Old 10-21-18, 10:05 AM
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Snyder and SADULAEV draw on opposite sides of the bracket.
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Old 10-21-18, 10:30 AM
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How does the team score look? Has Russia had anyone eliminated from placing?

Is any other country a legitimate threat to win the title?
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Old 10-21-18, 10:39 AM
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1. Russia90.0
2. United States80.0
3. Georgia50.0
3. Iran50.0

Just a quick look and it appears Russia has a medal contender at every weight with the exception of 92 kg but that may change if Cox wins which would eliminate the Russian at that weight.
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Old 10-21-18, 10:50 AM
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How does the team score look? Has Russia had anyone eliminated from placing?

Is any other country a legitimate threat to win the title?
Without studying the weights, probably not.

Here's the scoring system:
1st - 25
2nd - 20
3rd (2) - 15
5th (2) - 10
7th - 8
8th - 6
9th - 4
10th - 2

The semis are worth 10 pts. They have been awarded 10 for 5th place.
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Old 10-21-18, 10:55 AM
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Snyder and SADULAEV draw on opposite sides of the bracket.
Per Taylor Miller of USA Wrestling, that was an executive decision and not random.
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Old 10-21-18, 10:57 AM
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Semis-

57kg- Gilman loses 11-0 to the Kazakh. Didn't attack too much, and that's not gonna work against Sanayev. Will wrestle for bronze tomorrow against probably Atli (Turkey, #11). Just a note- Gilman seems to struggle against high offense guys this year (Takahashi, Andreu Ortega, and Sanayev).

65kg- Stieber will not be brought back as Otoguro wrestles great and beats Chakaev 15-10.

79kg- Kyle Dake messed around and wrestled his best match of his life. Beats Gadzhimagomedov 13-0, will be a favorite in the finals. What a day for Dake

92kg- And J'Den Cox makes it three finalists for the USA, beating Karimi 5-2. J'Den has Karimi's number (beaten him all three times they have wrestled), and will be a nice favorite in the finals tomorrow to get his 1st world championship.

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Old 10-21-18, 11:06 AM
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Russian 57 goes to finals
RUS 100
USA 80
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Old 10-21-18, 11:30 AM
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Don't want to steal Yankee's scoop, but...
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Old 10-21-18, 11:43 AM
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into the break....

1. Russia100.0
1. United States100.0
3. Georgia50.0
3. Iran50.0

medal matches tonight
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Old 10-21-18, 11:43 AM
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1 Russia, RUS 100.0
2 United States, USA 100.0
3 Georgia, GA GEO 50.0
4 Iran, IRA IRI 50.0
5 Japan, N/A JPN 40.0

Dake and Cox going for Gold
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Old 10-21-18, 11:45 AM
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Dake crushed World #1 (I think) Russian by TF 13-0. I think this guy crushed Dake at the Yarygin this year.
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Old 10-21-18, 11:52 AM
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Dake crushed World #1 (I think) Russian by TF 13-0. I think this guy crushed Dake at the Yarygin this year.
Dake looked 500x better today. And the Russian wrestled Dake like he had never heard of him before. Upper body position early (4 points Dake), gets stuck on a single and crotch lifted (2 points Dake), whizzer position and lets Dake get a body lock (5 points Dake). It's like the recipe on how not to wrestle Dake.

I think my biggest takeaway from this tourney is how dang good Jordan Burroughs is. Dake and Taylor are both gonna win Worlds this year, and neither ever beat Burroughs out for the World team spot (and combined they have one win against Burroughs). Absolutely amazing from Jordan the last 8 years.
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Old 10-21-18, 12:16 PM
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Day 1 medal matches:

61kg- Joe Colon is a surprise bronze medalist for the USA, winning 13-2 over the Iranian. Had three gut wrenches to get the tech in the 2nd period. Great tourney for Colon, took advantage of a good draw and helped team USA with the medal. Career high for him for sure.
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Day 1 medal matches:

61kg- Joe Colon is a surprise bronze medalist for the USA, winning 13-2 over the Iranian. Had three gut wrenches to get the tech in the 2nd period. Great tourney for Colon, took advantage of a good draw and helped team USA with the medal. Career high for him for sure.
Need the 97kg bracket breakdown! . Not being that familiar with the international guys just curious who has a harder route, Snyder or Sudalaev?
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Old 10-21-18, 12:33 PM
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Need the 97kg bracket breakdown! . Not being that familiar with the international guys just curious who has a harder route, Snyder or Sudalaev?
Sadulaev by far. If Snyder is healthy he will be a finalist. Honestly though, I don't think it matters for Sadulaev. Alborov (Azerbaijan, #3) is his likely semis opponent, and he beat Snyder earlier this year, but Sadulaev has one loss in the last four years. I don't think he loses to anyone but Snyder.
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Old 10-21-18, 12:39 PM
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In the 61kg finals, fan favorite Yowlys Bonne-Rodriguez beat Rashidov 5-5. Bonne had a five point throw to end the first period, and it held up. This is pretty big for the team race, as Rashidov only got 5 more points than Colon (holy crap this is crazy when I type it). Cuba also beat Russia at Worlds, which I'm pretty sure has never happened ever.
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