View Poll Results: Who will win the worlds at 66 kg?

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  • Kumar, India (defending world champ, olympic bronze))

    7 29.17%
  • Shahin, Turkey (world, Olympic champ)

    4 16.67%
  • Taghavi, Iran (world champ)

    4 16.67%
  • Hasaynov, Azerbayjan (world bronze)

    6 25.00%
  • Yonemitsu, Japan (world bronze)

    0 0%
  • Stadnik, Ukraine (olympic silver, world bronze)

    2 8.33%
  • A. Batirov, Russia (Yarygin champ)

    0 0%
  • Other

    1 4.17%
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  1. #19
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    Will Haislan Garcia medal?

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    Never ever ever count out Batirov.

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    Default Re: 66 kg- world championship predictions

    Quote Originally Posted by Hubbard View Post
    Will Haislan Garcia medal?
    I think he has an outside shot, same as last year when he placed 5th. He looked so dominant at the nationals this year, but when wrestling the best-of-the-best he still seems a half step behind. I really hope he does though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akzent View Post
    Sushil - interview 3 weeks ago:
    The Hindu : Sport / Athletics : Eager to book Olympic berth, Sushil gears up for World C’ship

    On another note: Sushil - a role model???
    At the cadet FS worlds yesterday, Indian wrestlers reached the medal matches in all 5 weight classes. One placed first, another one - second, 2 guys - bronze, one placed 5th. After the 1st day India is on place 2 (41 pts) in the team ranking - behind RUS (48 pts) and leaving AZE (31), IRI (30), USA (28), KAZ, UKR, GEO behind. The guy who become the champ (58 kg) beat KAZ, USA, AZE, GEO and (in the finals) RUS.
    I don't think so, it's not something new, India is always a favorite in cadet tournaments with +20 yo wrestlers ! to me Sushil's gold medal was just an accident, it won't happen again. I think at least 6 wrestlers are stronger than him in 66kg. he needs another lucky draw and another heroic match (like what he did in last yeast semifinal) for another medal this year.

    who will wrestle for Japan ? Kojima or Yonemitsu ?

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    Excuse me for my english. What about Yonemitsu? Japanese wrestler. Is champion of Asian games 2010, where he won Taghavi , Yang PRK without any chances for them. He have 2nd place in Yarygin's 2011 than he won Misha Gajhiev and Matkalf. On last year he casually lost to Garson. I think he'll prize- winner.

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    Yonemitsu will. Abaut Sushil I agree with you. It'll very good for him, if Sushl reach to bronze medal match.

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    Default Re: 66 kg- world championship predictions

    it's stadnik time.you will see.

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