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    In all seriousness Darrion is one of my favorite wrestlers to watch. I've watched every match I could view of his online and there are only a handful of guys I can say that about. If he goes 57(which I doubt) it'd be very interesting because that is shaping up to be a stacked weight. I'm sure he and Bubba will stay away from each other.
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    My favorite wrestler to watch that I've seen live would have to be Les Gutches.





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  3. #39

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    That Ukraine match isn't really making the case that Gutches is an exciting wrestler to watch

  4. #40

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    He's actually probably not my favorite to watch wrestle but he's my favorite of all the wrestlers that I've seen wrestle live (an admittedly small sample).
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  5. #41

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    Igali could be pretty awesome to watch. He could be pretty "patient" when competing against the top guys, but when he did attack he was sooo explosive. In the Olympics he went into OT with the Cuban, and in an "enough of this crap" movement just put in an underhook and bowled the guy right over like nothing. In the Canadian Finals one year he hit a single on Zoltan Hunyady, switched off to a double leg lift, then transitioned to a knee pick and pinned Zoltan all before the poor guy could move.

    When we went to a training camp at SFU, Mike Jones tried to teach us a bit of folkstyle. He talked about Daniel getting granbied to his back 3 times in a row in an NAIA match, was down something like 14 points, and he came back to win on takedowns. Pretty incredible.

  6. #42

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    Randy Lewis might be #1, he was just fun to watch. Other candidates include Gene Mills, Darrion Caldwell, Brands Brothers, and Cary Kolat.

  7. #43

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    I did not read every post in this string...so I do not know if anyone brought these two up...I liked watching Josh and Scott Moore wrestle for Penn State. Completely different style, and always working for the fall.

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