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    And yes, if Ketoev is as good as I think he is, he will be as popular and as wealthy where he lives as Trump and Larry King.

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    There is no shortage of the hair gene in my family or any Iranian family either for that matter. But Keteov is at another level-wrestling and hair.

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    now thats just a lie Big...we all know that athletes in the eastern bloc don't make squat...especially wrestlers...
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    why do they have to be so goddamn hairy, i think i would rather injury default then wrestle that guy...
    Injury default doesn't sound good to me. I am sure you can beat him if you have practeced some sambo, judo or any other jacket-wrestling style. What you need is just to take and to keep a good grip on his clothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    now thats just a lie Big...we all know that athletes in the eastern bloc don't make squat...especially wrestlers...
    Lets see, a European champion gets $3K from the government every month. You can times that by 4 to equal that to America since prices on everything in America are much higher than in say Dagestan or Chechneya. This is without taxes too because these are called grants.

    You could probably buy a nice house for 30K in Chechneya.

    Plus, at most tournaments a guy like Ketoev can win 5K-15K. Say he wins 3 tournaments like that and he makes another 30K tax free.

    Besides that, everything from workout clothes, to travel, to food is free for a wrestler over there. So, I would say Ketoev is living pretty good even now.

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    Keep in mind that average salary in Russia is $500 per month.

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