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Thread: Relatively low international level of competition at most weights at Schultz

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    Not just Senegalese women are wrestling, but the entire female West Africa! Women form Senegal's neighbors Guinea and Guinea Bissau made a good performance at the tourney. One from Guinea placed second. There were also female wrestlers from Ivory Coast and Cameroon. The future of female wrestling belongs to West Africa!!!

  2. #11

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    Doies anyone care about womens wrestling?

  3. #12

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    The Greco had a pretty good international turn out.
    Bulgaria, Kazakstan, Japan, and others

  4. #13

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    even though many may not care about women's wrestling, Its really great for the sport, giving it much more attention and popularity which often leads to more funding for athletes.

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    I'd rather have more mens weights and no womens wrestling.

    Theres only one sort of womens wrestling that people care about and i don't think they'd allow it in the olympics or world champs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caspiantiger View Post
    I'd rather have more mens weights and no womens wrestling.

    There's only one sort of women's wrestling that people care about and I don't think they'd allow it in the olympics or world champs.
    I'm sure that you'd prefer it that way, and you can feel free to stage all the mud wrestling you want in the cave you live in. Out here in the real world, women's wrestling is growing at a much faster pace than men's, and men's wrestling at the international level will not exist without the women's. It's a crazy world, I know, but you and Ann Coulter can hang out and cry about it. I'd prefer to spend my time celebrating the growth of my favorite sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    I am sorry but for a premier International tourney Schultz looks like a pretty weak tourney. Japan, Germany and a bunch of Latin American wrestlers just will not cut it.

    Belarus brought some good wrestlers but that is it. The Mongolian at 55kg is great as well. Where are Turkey, Iran, Uzbekistan, Georgia and so on? No Russia either. Hosting a tourney on the same date as Yasar Dogu tounrey could not help either.

    USA wrestling really needs to better organize this tourney or else it is just another American tourney.
    "In almost every weight class over 60% of the field were international wrestlers. I think there were a few weight class were close to 70% to 80% of the filed consistented on international wrestlers. This obviously makes for a very tough tourney. I wonder if the cash prize winnings attracks these wrestlers or is it because it's an Olympic year?"
    Last edited by DROP; 02-12-2008 at 12:21 PM.

  8. #17

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    Well that is your opinion.....
    I think you are delusional if you think mens wrestling wont exist without womens wrestling.

    We have both made our opinion, and i think it is best we leave it at that. Alright sweetie
    Last edited by Caspiantiger; 02-12-2008 at 10:18 AM.

  9. #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caspiantiger View Post
    Well that is your opinion.....
    I think you are delusional if you think mens wrestling wont exist without womens wrestling.

    We have both made our opinion, and i think it is best we leave it at that. Alright sweetie
    Don't call me sweetie. And learn how to use apostrophes.

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