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    Default Ketoev has a tough road at the European championships

    He has Arpad Ritter, Danko, Laliev and Temrezov all on his side. Should be some great matches.

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    where's the draw/brackets?

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    I just read it on the Russian site. I don't have the brackets.

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    55 kg final: Otarsultanov v. Gadzhiev (BLR). Velikov lost to the Armenian.

    66: Djukaev lost to Shahin in the 1/4. Shahin beat Barzakov in the 1/2. Will have winner of AZE & GEO in Final.

    84: Ketoev beat Ritter 2:0, 6:1, Laliev 1:0, 0:1, 1:0, Temrezov 2:0, 3:2.

    In the Finals against Mindorashvili. That's a lot of hair.

    120: Mussulbes beat Aubeli (HUN) 1:0, 2:0, then beat Akhmedov (RUS) 4:0. 3:0, then beat Polatci (TUR) 1:0, 3:0. Has the winner of GEO/AZE in Final.

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    Looks like Mussulbes has still got something.

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    i think mindorashvilli will give ketoev a good go, should be a good match. Whos the new georgian at 66, what happened to otar tushisvili?

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    Speaking of hairy Ketoev... I spend about 45 min. drilling and wrestling with him before weigh-ins at the Clansman tournament. He kept trying to foot-sweep me; after he got me a couple of times I smartened up and planted my foot, so he just kept kicking me in the shins. I tried to hit a bunch of double-legs on him, he'd let me get in deep but I still couldn't move him. Crazy strong and always in perfect position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    Speaking of hairy Ketoev... I spend about 45 min. drilling and wrestling with him before weigh-ins at the Clansman tournament. He kept trying to foot-sweep me; after he got me a couple of times I smartened up and planted my foot, so he just kept kicking me in the shins. I tried to hit a bunch of double-legs on him, he'd let me get in deep but I still couldn't move him. Crazy strong and always in perfect position.
    or didnt you finalize the technique(doubelegged) unproperly? Its not like he can keep standing hah..

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