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    ThePython,

    I believe you, but I'm not sure why Teedev scored first. The way I saw it Teedev shot, Wada dropped to his hip and turned Teedev for the winning points. Did the review commitee find that Teedev initiated the turn from his shot? Or that he scored a butt-point before Wada hit the turn- or how did Teedev win? A technical explanation would be appreciated.

  2. #227

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    anyoen got any mo lawal matches from russia, with hima nd gatslov, or gazyumov or shirvani muradov?

  3. #228

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    Quote Originally Posted by yak View Post
    anyoen got any mo lawal matches from russia, with hima nd gatslov, or gazyumov or shirvani muradov?
    Not sure where you'd find the matches you mention- maybe on Fila webtv? Here's one vs Chamasurlaev.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6fSeRsKCn8

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    I don't know the official reasons for the review decision of Wada--Tedeev in the Atlanta 1995 WC.

    My understanding of what would be the almost certain call of Tedeev as victor is this:

    The officials, according to my discussions with them and my observance of their calls, had the major principle that in cases of any reasonable doubt, the call would go to the offensive wrestler.

    Here Tedeev was the agressor/offensive wrestler.

    The action did not seem to have a noticable pause: It appeared to be a continuous movement.

    The defensive wrestler attempted a counter movement that exposed his own back while being under attack from the offensive wrestler. In such cases the offensive wresler will score first if both wrestlers score and they appear to score nearly simultaneously.

    The move by the offensive wrestler was a leg attack with a continuous motion of him rolling into the defensive wrestler who is attempting a crotch lift/pry type of counter. Once again, the benefit of the doubt always goes to the offensive wrestler: In this case, the question of whether the offensive wrestler intended to keep driving into the defensive wresler, despite exposing his own back or being exposed as he exposed his own back, gets decided by the principle that the benefit of the doubt always goes to the offensive wrestler.

    For there to have been no doubt, I would think there would have had to be a noticeable pause in the action, there would have to be no appearance of the offensive wrestler initiating the movement, and the defensive wrestler would have exposed his back only minimally in executing the countermove. None of these happened in this situation.

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    http://www.fila-wrestling.com/webtv/...=352&Itemid=96

    Khushtov vs Kung Park at 2008 WC. Poor Korean guy.

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    http://www.fila-wrestling.com/webtv/...s='55'

    Bayramov vs Lavrovjanec at this year's Euro's. Great standing part action.

  8. #233

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    Taghavi vs Barzakov - Match that put Taghavi in the spot light

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWDrGpfGhQ4

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    European Cup, GR, Dec'09, Serbia won the Cup

    HWT Petkovic (Serbia) vs. Anuchin (Russia)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyNXCnh3ncw

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