Attack Style Wrestling by Daryl Weber
Gable Trained with Daryl Weber and Dan Gable
Iowa City, Iowa
Contact: Brian Pedder


Dan Gable and Dary Weber teamed up to deliver their collective coaching and training knowledge in the exclusive Independent of Gable, Weber created the powerhouse knowledge platform, (ASW). These properties are the marquee brands in wrestling education.

Coach Daryl Weber is a member of the Iowa High School Wrestling Hall of Fame, Coach Weber won two Iowa high school state titles. He wrestled at the University of Iowa under Dan Gable from ’91-’96. He was a three time All-American, Big Ten titleist, and NCAA Champion. After college Coach Weber went on to coach at team in Virginia to 14 consecutive state championships.

Dan Gable is a retired American Olympic wrestler and head coach. He is best known for his tenure as head coach at the University of Iowa where he won 15 NCAA team titles between 1976 and 1997. He is also famous for having only lost one match in his entire Iowa State University collegiate career – his last – and winning a gold medal at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany, while not giving up a single point.[1] October 25, 2013 was recognized as Dan Gable Day in Iowa.

As a partner of Attack Style Wrestling, your company will be promoted via a crossbrand, fully integrated marketing campaign through and, reaching an audience of coaches, parents, and athletes, and giving you a myriad of opportunities for prospective clients to engage with your brand.


Audience Segmentation

Coaches 33% 
Parents 32.7%
Wrestlers 27.4%
MMA 6.9%

Last 12 Months:

  • Annual Visits: 380k
  • Facebook Likes: 102k
  • Active Email List: 30k (We gathered 120,000 over 3+ years and we actively prune list to keep only the most engaged.)
  • Monthly Emails sent: +/- 900,00
  • Paying Customers: 7.9k
  • 14 Million Impressions on FB
  • 2 Mil people reached
  • 3-sec video views 1.4 million

We have opportunities to sponsor placements in email, social ads, and on property.

Contact us to discuss expanding your reach into a targeted group of rabid fans.

Brian Pedder