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Thread: Daisy Cutter-Ed Ruth v. Nick Amuchastegui

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    Default Daisy Cutter-Ed Ruth v. Nick Amuchastegui

    Stumbled upon the match video for you to see for yourself.

    You maintain Ed was hurt coming into the match.

    You will see Ed looks great, moving well, and takes Nick down.

    You will see after Ed gets turned a few times he looks at the clock a few times and looks completely disinterested, then ends the match.

    http://www.flowrestling.org/video/47...uth-Penn-State
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    Default Re: Daisy Cutter-Ed Ruth v. Nick Amuchastegui

    I haven't watched the video, but I was there watching it at the tournament and yes, it did seem that Ruth was fine going into the match, but it looked like his knee was later injured during the match by Amuchastegui's bent leg turk. I didn't know people had claimed Ruth was hurt going into the match, but from what I saw, that wasn't so. I think he did legitimately suffer an injury during the match, however. I also listened to an interview with Ruth during the NCAAs, and he talked about the injury. YouTube - ‪All-American Ed Ruth of Penn State‬‏

    I'll watch the match again and see if I think differently.

    EDIT: Watched it again...for the most part, I remain by what I said.
    Last edited by IloveSATS; 07-03-2011 at 10:48 PM.
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    Default Re: Daisy Cutter-Ed Ruth v. Nick Amuchastegui

    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Stumbled upon the match video for you to see for yourself.

    You maintain Ed was hurt coming into the match.

    You will see Ed looks great, moving well, and takes Nick down.

    You will see after Ed gets turned a few times he looks at the clock a few times and looks completely disinterested, then ends the match.

    http://www.flowrestling.org/video/47...uth-Penn-State

    I was told by one of the coaches that Ruth had been hurt prior to the match and that it sometimes resulted in his knee locking. Someone else on TWT recently said that it was a torn cartilege and that it sometimes slipped into a locking position. At any rate, when his knee was not locked he could appear pretty normal. But once it locked it wasn't always easy to get it unlocked. At any rate that is my understanding of what one of the coaches told me a couple of months ago.

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