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    Wow, USA's 96kg wrestler is monster. Kyle Sumanero? From Buffalo University?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckvader View Post
    Wow, USA's 96kg wrestler is monster. Kyle Sumanero? From Buffalo University?
    Kyle Cerminara, 8th place at NCAAs for Buffalo back around 2004. He's been working hard on the freestyle scene for a while and it appears to have definitely paid off. Aside from being huge, he looked very sharp in general. Doubt he will upend Varner, but it's important to have depth and competition at each weight. Hrovat is experienced and unorthodox with his defensive counters albeit out of his prime probably, JD Bergman will be a serious threat at this weight as well.

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    Is Lloyd Rogers a full time starter?



    RUSSIA 4, USA 3

    x-96 kg/211.5 lbs. ? Valeriy Bedoev (Russia) dec. Wynn Michalak (USA), 1-0, 4-3

    55 kg/121 lbs. ? Nariman Israpilov (Russia) dec. Paul Donahoe (USA), 2-0, 6-0

    60 kg/132 lbs. ? Vladimir Vilmov (Russia) dec. Mike Zadick (USA), 2-0, 1-0

    66 kg/145.5 lbs. ? Doug Schwab (USA) dec. Arsen Mairov (Russia), 1-1, 3-0

    74 kg/163 lbs. ? Rashid Kurbanov (Russia) dec. Lloyd Rogers (USA), 0-1, 2-1, 1-1

    84 kg/185 lbs. ? Anzor Urishev (Russia) dec. Bryce Hasseman (USA), 1-0, 0-1, 1-0

    96 kg/211.5 lbs. ? Kyle Cerminara (USA) dec. Magomed Magomadov (Russia), 3-1, 2-1

    120 kg/264.5 lbs. ? Blake Gillis (USA) vs. Alan Tsarikaev (Russia), 1-0, 1-0

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwh27 View Post
    Kyle Cerminara, 8th place at NCAAs for Buffalo back around 2004. He's been working hard on the freestyle scene for a while and it appears to have definitely paid off. Aside from being huge, he looked very sharp in general. Doubt he will upend Varner, but it's important to have depth and competition at each weight. Hrovat is experienced and unorthodox with his defensive counters albeit out of his prime probably, JD Bergman will be a serious threat at this weight as well.
    Hrovat is only 29, out of his prime is a bit much. I think it's more of an adjustment to the new weight...

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    Go u.s. And a!
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    not working for me
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    That Kyle is a tank. Gillis looked good too. Those russians stay in position and really were tough.
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    what happened w/ mocco? thought he was supposed to compete
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