I'm gonna go with homer on this, the Paulsons were great, but I remeber wishing several times that they would open up more.
I will go with Jayson Ness. He destroyed people on top, never let up. If you made a mistake on bottom, you got stuck. Also Jensen hit on Manny, I remember that match against Simmons, remimded me of (hearing about) the Brands; he let Simmons up with inder 10 to go only to take him down again.
You do the math..... I'll do the alfredo!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!
Damion Hahn........he didn't know the meaning of stop. Look at his semifinal and final matches his junior year. If there was a single second to go in a match......he'd use it.
The Art of living is more like wrestling than dancing.
"If theres time on the clock, theres time to wrestle." Good call TLV
i liked dubuque...he had a pretty unstoppable motor...this year i also like valenti...nobody outworked those two for seven minutes...
"Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until they speak."
Lincoln Mac had one hell of a "Go" motor on him. IMO, that alone was what won him his first title in that legendary finals comeback vs. Gerry Abas.
Last edited by piggy; 04-18-2007 at 01:09 PM.