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  1. #10

    Default Re: Ketoev has a tough road at the European championships

    check out laliev and ketoev match

    the whole russian stuff of tactics and bs that big is always spreading seems to be nonsense
    the does the same thing all the time literally all the time.

    thats wrestling doing 2 or 3 techniques properly!!!

    like j. smith did with one technique!!!

  2. #11

    Default Re: Ketoev has a tough road at the European championships

    Ya, I'm sure it was a combination of the flaws in my technique, Ketoev's excellent technique, and the 10k size difference.

  3. #12

    Default Re: Ketoev has a tough road at the European championships

    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    Ya, I'm sure it was a combination of the flaws in my technique, Ketoev's excellent technique, and the 10k size difference.

    hmmm
    10 kgs is alot bro.

    So what made him so good? Was he quick? tensed or very fluent?
    Low positioned or not?

    By the way, he kept kicking your schin, he does look like a mean kind of guy when he doesnt get want he wants.

    by the way he is supposed to be 22 or 23 something? my ass he is much older!!

    I know so many russian and ukranian wrestlers who had changed their names and were suddenly 2 or 3 years younger.
    especially female wrestlers but also men...

  4. #13

    Default Re: Ketoev has a tough road at the European championships

    Good question... neither of us were going full, out, but he was very fluid, just smooth, never wasted any energy. Don't really remember his positioning,but very smart from every position, always knew how to escape/counter. Strong, too- very strong even though he doesn't look it. And always in control of the upper body.

    I remember one of his full-out matches, he wrestled an American guy- Watterburg maybe? Threw him around like a rag doll.

    No idea how old he is, this was a few years back before he was world champ and all, and he certainly didn't look like a teenager all covered in body hair

  5. #14

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    That is great i would love to watch a top guy training and see how they move and act on the mat.

    I wouldn't be suprised he is 22-23, people from that region get hair much quicker than white people. Like me, i had more facial hair when i was 12 than most of my friends do at 22.

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