JD elaborates on the conversation we had here after the US Open, where essentially everyone disagreed with my stance that he was whining a bit.
He proceeds to provide more examples of how Steve Mocco is a horrible sport, and really not much else.
If Steve were the only guy doing this it'd be one thing. I think JD would have more credibility if A) He wasn't really close with Tervel and B) He would cite someone other than Mocco as someone who bends the rules to get a desired result(E.G. Shawn Bunch who repeatedly grabbed Zadicks singlet last year,and headbutted him)
Logan Brown and Dustin Kilgore got in a fistfight on a wrestling mat practically and nobody really did anything. That match to me was much worse than anything that Tervel endured. Where was the call to reform when COLLEGE KIDS were in "danger."
With flowrestling we've been able to see a lot of D1 practices and in those practices I've seen a number of fistfights break out. I've heard coaches say "KEEP IT OPEN HANDED" in response to the brawls. Is it possible that this mentality is nurtured at the collegiate level?
Not coming down really on any side of the fence here for now, just bringing up some food for thought.
Maybe JD will make another Vlog about that(not that he reads this stuff)