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    My bias would pick Stieber anyway, but I agree with Vais that Stieber is too strong. We saw what happened when Robles got on top of McD. Robles is probably stronger than Stieber, but I still think Stieber wins it.

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    Robles had the upper body of a 149 lb'er, not sure that's a fair comparison.
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    I was assuming McDonugh would beef up to 133 for this. He could probably be pretty strong for a 133 if that was where he choose to wrestle

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    Being Biased McDonough all day long he rolls with Ramos and Dennis and Terry Brands on a regular basis and on full feed McDonough would have an even better gas tank which is scary.
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    IF MCBONO was at 133 and not sucking down to 125 I'd pick him over logan .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiltz View Post
    Being Biased McDonough all day long he rolls with Ramos and Dennis and Terry Brands on a regular basis and on full feed McDonough would have an even better gas tank which is scary.
    No offense but Stiebers room isn't too bad either with Escobedo, Humphrey, for awhile Cejudo and Bunch. Not to mention Hunter. Lou Roselli is an awesome coach as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    No offense but Stiebers room isn't too bad either with Escobedo, Humphrey, for awhile Cejudo and Bunch. Not to mention Hunter. Lou Roselli is an awesome coach as well.
    No saying Ohio states doesn't have a good room. But all you people seem to think Stieber is invincible I'm just pointing out McDonough wrestles good/great 133 pounders everyday in practice. you act like I kicked his kitten to sleep. Reality is McDonough is tough hard nosed wrestler and so is Logan. I put my money on McDonough you all forget he is a giant 125. Hell If JO can go up 2 weight and everyone has him right in the top wrestlers at 149. What makes everyone think that a 2x champ and 3x finalist would struggle up one weight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiltz View Post
    No saying Ohio stats doesn't have a good room. But all you people seem to think Stieber is invincible I'm just point out McDonough wrestles good/great 133 pounders everyday in practice. you act like I kicked his kitten to sleep. Reality is McDonough is tough hard nosed wrestler and so is Logan. I put my money on McDonough you all forget he is a giant 125. Hell If JO can go up 2 weight and everyone has him right in the top wrestlers at 149. What makes everyone think that a 2x champ and 3x finalist would struggle up one weight?
    Don't think anyone suggested he'd "struggle."

    Just think he wouldn't beat Stieber. Bad match up.

    I truly believe Ramos has a better shot of beating Logan, and I think he beats him AT LEAST once this year.
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    I tried to talk esco into going 133 after his injury -he won state 4x at 4 weights -his Sr. year he wrestled 135 so his cousin could win state at 130.McD was about 30 seconds from beating AE for the B1G title his freshman year so I have the utmost respect for him .
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