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    I guess all the talk of him at 133 was premature:

    http://www.themat.com/article.php?ArticleID=19698

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    He is in the All-Star at 125 so it shouldn't be too much of a shock.

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    Then I am an idiot... I remember seeing him at 133 in the rankings.

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    It talks about him personally contemplating going 33 in the first paragraph of the article, so I wouldn't call you an idiot as it definitely was a possibility.

    Should be fun to see, I'll just be glad to see him back out there. Hes a fun guy to watch.

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    I just don't see him beating Angel this year. IMO he has a better chance of winning NCAAs at 133.

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    Nickerson vs Escobedo should be a great kickoff to the finals. According the above article, Nickerson has had Escobedo's number in the past. Same with Ness. Hopefully he's healthy and stays aggressive.

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    Default Re: Nickerson staying at 125

    Lets think about this for a second. Anyone remember him pinning Esco and dominating him all year? Ness and Falck as well?

    Yes, he was out a year. But lets not forget that this kid has 2nd and 3rd place finishes in his only two seasons (losing to the national champ both times....one time on a fairly controversial call). Nickerson is still the guy to beat if you ask me. I bet you Esco feels the same way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gripsnhips View Post
    Lets think about this for a second. Anyone remember him pinning Esco and dominating him all year? Ness and Falck as well?

    Yes, he was out a year. But lets not forget that this kid has 2nd and 3rd place finishes in his only two seasons (losing to the national champ both times....one time on a fairly controversial call). Nickerson is still the guy to beat if you ask me. I bet you Esco feels the same way.
    I don't remember Nickerson pinning Escobedo, please refresh me on that one. Also a 2-0 and 3-0 match isn't really what I call dominating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Champ Kind View Post
    I don't remember Nickerson pinning Escobedo, please refresh me on that one. Also a 2-0 and 3-0 match isn't really what I call dominating.
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