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    Default Would you like to ask Anthony Robles a question?

    I have an interview set up in less then 2 weeks with Anthony Robles. For those of you who don't know I have been doing a series on my blog where wrestling fans get ask guys some questions, called 20 Questions.

    Submit 2 questions, one about wrestling & another non-wrestling related. Add your first name, initials or handle & home state.

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    1) Whats your favorite move?
    2) What's your favorite _____ (video game, music etc)?
    Kurt Florida

    Post them or PM them.
    Thanks!

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    1. If you didn't wrestle, what sport would you have played?
    2. Who, other than family members, are your role models?
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    1) What is the best strategy to beat you?
    2) Why haven't we seen you guest star in any Bubba J you tube video's yet?
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    1. Who was the toughest wrestler you ever wrestled?
    2. Rock, rap or country?

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    Since practically zero coaches have had experience coaching a one legged wrestler ; How did your coaches adjust to coaching to your specific style and strengths? Did you develop much of your shot finishes on your own or with coaches guidance or a combination of the two?
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    Default Re: Would you like to ask Anthony Robles a question?

    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Since practically zero coaches have had experience coaching a one legged wrestler ; How did your coaches adjust to coaching to your specific style and strengths? Did you develop much of your shot finishes on your own or with coaches guidance or a combination of the two?
    Robles went to my Alma Mater Mesa High and was coached by Bobby Williams at Mesa High. They came up with the strategy of dropping to the knee and tying up wrists for take downs and using tilts because he was so strong. At least that is what Coach Williams told me. But I would like to hear Robles answer the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UGLY View Post
    Robles went to my Alma Mater Mesa High and was coached by Bobby Williams at Mesa High. They came up with the strategy of dropping to the knee and tying up wrists for take downs and using tilts because he was so strong. At least that is what Coach Williams told me. But I would like to hear Robles answer the question.
    Very cool ugly. He clearly improved lots over the last year so i wonder what coaching adjustments were made for him as well.
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    1) we wrestled a few times in high school, and when we were in high school, what were some on the more interesting methods kids would try to score on you?
    2) what made you become a oakland raiders fan?

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    Weight cutting is always rough - last minute running laps in plastics, jumping jacks in the sauna, etc. Early managed weight control is the best path, but sometimes wrestlers slip up a bit. I'm guessing it'd be particularly tough for you. Have you ever been subjected to last-minute weigh-in problems? And if you did, how did you manage to cut weight fast?

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