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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp Brannigan View Post
    Would you have favored Chris Brown if they had met again last season? I sure wouldn't. So why is it ok to carry over the result of an upset in one scenario and not the other.
    Because when two guys in a hypothetical fantasy matchup actually wrestle during the course of a season we go with that result, for the reasons I stated before. We operate on the hypothetical level only if there is nothing concrete to use.

    Think of all of last season as one giant dual. Normally a dual spans two hours, because thats how long it takes for the 10 sets of guys to wrestle. Our fantasy dual spans 4 months, because even in 4 months its unlikely that every one of our pairings will actually meet and wrestle.

    A new season= a new dual.
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    Because when two guys in a hypothetical fantasy matchup actually wrestle during the course of a season we go with that result, for the reasons I stated before. We operate on the hypothetical level only if there is nothing concrete to use.

    Think of all of last season as one giant dual. Normally a dual spans two hours, because thats how long it takes for the 10 sets of guys to wrestle. Our fantasy dual spans 4 months, because even in 4 months its unlikely that every one of our pairings will actually meet and wrestle.

    A new season= a new dual.
    Ok. How about this scenario: Ryan Patrovich vs. Mack Lewnes in a fantasy dual. Ryan Patrovich beat Lewnes head to head at NCAA's, and then finish R12 while Lewnes was 0-2 BBQ. By Fantasy Dual rules, should Patrovich not win?
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    If that were the only evidence we had you would be correct. However Lewnes was 35-0 going into NCAAs with a substantial resume of top wins, and it is a known fact that he was sick at the tourney.

    Lewnes is also a returning AA and is (correctly) ranked significantly higher then Patrovich
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    Unshun.
    Lost,
    Fact: This is ALL heresay and that is why they settle it on the mat.
    Re-Shun.

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    Strangely, these rules seem to be flowing in a way which favors your team, Jackson.
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    Except for when he faces me...he's just mad cause although he is a National Champion, he is NOT a 2X AA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Tell you what, I'll let you keep the Miller win because he has legitimately earned the #1 ranking. You can even have a forfeit at 125 So its like 21-12 you or something like that.

    My guys will overtake yours during the regular season so there is no rush
    Okay, I will take it. Thanks. So I get the victory even though you give yourself a couple of matches that are still in dispute. I can live with that.

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