I was wrestling in a dual meet against a decent kid. The match had just started. I got an ankle pick but finished it out of bounds, so we started neutral back in the center. I remember looking at my coach, who said "good, do it again." After that, I don't have a clear memory of what happened. I was told that he got me in a headlock while we were still neutral, and I didn't appear to be fighting it. We were still standing in that position for about 1.5 seconds, but I don't remember that. Then everything went white, and I was sort of dreaming, although nothing was happening in the dream. Then I woke up and found myself laying on my back with a trainer and my coach standing over me, and the trainer asked me if I remembered where I was. I did, but I was really out of it and wasn't sure if I was still dreaming. I asked what the hell had just happened I was told that I blacked out because he put me in a headlock and cut the circulation to my brain. I understood that he had gone ahead and pinned me, which I thought was unfair because I wasn't conscious when it happened, and i didn't have any recollection of him scoring any points on me. I wanted a rematch, but they wouldn't let me wrestle.
I asked around a bit to find out exactly what had happened. I spoke with the guy I wrestled and he said that he felt me go limp while we were still neutral when he had me in the headlock. He wasn't sure what to do, so he finished it and pinned me anyways. When he got off me, I remained motionless for about a minute, until I finally regained consciousness.
I have a few questions about this. Should the ref have called it as potentially dangerous? Isn't it his job to be aware of the fact that I wasn't conscious because my eyes were closed and I went limp and stopped fighting while we were still neutral? And should this loss go on my record? Thanks.