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    Default AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Kolat beats Lawrence

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    Wow! Cheers to one of the "old" guys!

    Carry on, Cary!

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    He's certainly run the gauntlet against some tough competition. Johnston, Metcalf, Schwab, Lawrence, and now he gets a chance to avenge his loss against Espo.

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    Espo wins by injury default

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    Anyone have any idea as to how long Kolat has been training? This really changes the landscape at 66 kg. Given how well he did here, he appears to have a very legitimate chance of beating everyone at the weight.

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    This is the story with Kolat from my understanding: One day a few months ago he got up in the morning and decided he wanted to come back and wrestle at Nationals again. I am assuming around the time Kendall Cross went to Russia and won that dual meet.

    The reason I think so is because NOBODY knew Kolat was going to wrestle until he signed up online. Kevin Jacksin stated in the interview it was a complete surprise for him. Compare this to Kendall Cross going over to OTC and training for like 6 months before competing, and we all knew about it.

    More evidence: Kolat wasn't seeded. He is a past World medalist. You would assume they would seed him top 8 just for that IF they knew in advance he was serious in his comeback.

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