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    Default What weight class should I go for?

    What weight class should I go for that would be a bit less competitive?

    I am around 127 or so I believe. This is going to be my 4th year wrestling. I live in NJ, more specifically, hudson county.
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    I would just go to 130. Is it hard for you to cut weight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grecowrestler13 View Post
    I would just go to 130. Is it hard for you to cut weight?
    I can, but personally I want to gain weight, I don't like being skinny.
    "Every artist was first an amateur."
    "You miss 100% of shots you don't take."


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    I would go up then. I lower weight classes. I don't like all those fast wrestlers that move like light. I like to take it slow and steady and pace myself. I'm a slow, steady guy, not a fast guy. I just keep going up, up and up in the weight classes.
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    A lot depends on your team. If there is a good guy at 130 then go to 125. If he is at 125 then go 130. Maybe there are two good guys so go 135 and pump iron and eat all season. Just cause you can lose weight doesn't mean you will win. Sometimes the easier weights are the middle weights. It depends on your area. You can win if you train hard and you believe. And winning is just part of it. Training hard and not always winning makes a great man. Just don't quit. You will learn something no matter what.
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    I might move down because I am afraid the people in the 140 pound weight class will out-power me. What do you guys think?
    "Every artist was first an amateur."
    "You miss 100% of shots you don't take."


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