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    You want to know what Russians think of NYAC lineup? They are sending Junior European champions at 74, 84, 96, and 120kg.

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    Does that mean Muradov won't be here at all? Damn I was looking forward to watching that guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    All they are from one and the same club - CSKA Moscow.

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    If you see me, come over and say hi.

    Atrophy: what you get when you win atournament.

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    man the russians are pathetic..... the last 1 dat came to iraland got his ass whiped by my friend an i beat him.... it waz jus a friendly match... off records but he was nothing special.......and he waz supposed to be one of the best....

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    Just got info on Tyler...heck of a job by a high school kid, went 2-0, 1-1, 0-7Not too shabby! Good Job Tyler!

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    The USA wins both duals...

    http://themat.com/index.php?page=sho...rticleID=17442

    NEW YORK ATHLETIC CLUB INTERNATIONAL DUAL
    At West Orange, N.J., Thursday, November 15, 7:00 p.m.

    FREESTYLE DUAL MEET
    NYAC 14, RUSSIA 11


    55 kg/121 lbs.
    Osip Mikhaylov (Russia) dec. Tyler Graff, Loveland, Colo. (New York AC), 0-2, 1-1, 7-0

    60 kg/132 lbs.
    Alan Dudaev (Russia) vs. Jason Kutz, Bethlehem, Pa. (New York AC), 2-0, 3-0

    66 kg/145.5 lbs.
    Jesse Jantzen, Cambridge, Mass. (New York AC) dec. Shamil Batirov (Russia), 4-0, 4-1

    74 kg/163 lbs.
    Donny Pritzlaff, Madison, Wis. (New York AC) dec. Rashid Kurbanov (Russia), 1-0, 1-0

    84 kg/185 lbs.
    Andy Hrovat, Ann Arbor, Mich. (New York AC) dec. Alexander Kusraev (Russia), 1-2, 5-1, 2-2

    96 kg/211.5 lbs.
    Soslan Gagloev (Russia) dec. Damion Hahn, Ithaca, N.Y. (New York AC), 1-0, 0-3, 1-0

    120 kg/264.5 lbs.
    Steve Mocco, Colorado Springs, Colo. (New York AC) dec. Soslan Gagloev (Russia), 1-0, 2-0

    GRECO-ROMAN DUAL MEET
    NYAC 14, ROMANIA 12


    55 kg/121 lbs.
    Virgil Munteanu (Romania) dec. Spencer Mango, Flourissant, Mo. (Gator WC/USOEC) , 6-0, 1-2, 3-0

    60 kg/132 lbs.
    Eusebiu Diaconu (Romania) dec. Joe Betterman, Chicago, Ill. (New York AC/USOEC), 4-0, 1-1

    66 kg/145.5 lbs..
    Ionel Puscasu (Romania) dec. Tim Bleau, Ipsheming, Mich. (New York AC/USOEC), 7-0, 6-0

    74 kg/163 lbs.
    T.C. Dantzler, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Gator WC) dec. Ion Painiat (Romania), 5-1, 4-0

    84 kg/185 lbs.
    Brad Vering, Colorado Springs, Colo. (New York AC) dec. Robert Papp (Romania), 5-4, 7-0

    96 kg/211.5 lbs.
    Justin Ruiz, Colorado Springs, Colo. (New York AC) dec. Catalin Surugiu (Romania), 6-0, 3-0

    120 kg/264.5 lbs.
    Dremiel Byers, Colorado Springs, Colo. (U.S. Army) dec. Yannick Szczepaniak (France), 6-0. 3-0

    Attendance ? 1,600 sellout

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    It was a fantastic dual tonight. Lots of fans there as well which was great to see.

    The US team looked real good. That Graff kid really impressed me. It was only his inexperience that cost him the match. Kutz looked really rusty in what I believe was his first match in God knows how long. Dudaev really doesn't do much in general and pretty much looks like he's sleeping out there but Kutz wasn't moving or turning the corner on any of his shots. Dudaev has real heavy hips though. Jantzen was clearly stronger than Batirov and showed some real good technique with a real nice change of direction throw in the first period. He tired out though, probably due to weight loss. Pritzlaff looked real good. Some real good shots off of his opponent's two on one. Man Hrovat won a squeaker with a turn on the buzzer. From where I was, he turned him after the buzzer, but I wasn't complaining. The Russian should not have put himself into that position. Hrovat has some great hips but gets really sloppy and gets out of position often. He needs to keep his elbows closer to his body with his body lock techniques. Hahn looked good. Unfortunately I'm blanking on the match right now. Sorry folks. I believe he lost on the clinch in the third period. Mocco looked really good. He didn't score much (I know, what else is new) but really controlled the match and might I say I was impressed. At one point the Russian coach actually yelled out, "watch out for the footsweep!" The weight cutting has to kill him. The crowd started clearing out after Mocco's match to which my friend next to me said, "that must be Mocco's family," which I thought was pretty funny.

    I can't stand Greco. That clinch is so ridiculous with all the false starts and caution/2 point calls. Man, Vering is the real deal. He comes out strong and has great positioning and technique. He got tossed and was pretty close to being stuck in the first period and the mat official actually called for it but received no confirmation. Dantzler looked great as well. Byers had a spectacular throw from the clinch in the first period and kept up the pace against a very good wrestler from France. Mango actually wrestled a guy who was shorter and stockier than himself. I thought that was funny too.

    I met Spider which was neat. He took a picture of our encounter. It might be worth money some day. Spidey - I can autograph it next time I see you.

    - QS
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    Default Re: Russian National Freestyle and Greco-Roman Teams to Dual NYAC Teams on Nov 15th in NJ

    One result that suprises me is Jantzen doing really well against Batirov.

    Mihailov did win Russian Nationals without Kudukhov there but he always wrestles awful overseas. That is why they never put him in any big tournaments. Good job for Graf anyway.

    Kutz was way above his head there probably.

    The rest of the Russians were Juniors or barely out of the Junior level.

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