1-2 Punch for Bottom Mastery

The bottom position can be a thorn in the side of many wrestlers and coaches.  This is typically most obvious when a wrestler moves up a level.  It is almost expected for middle school wrestlers going to high school and high school wrestlers moving to the college ranks to all struggle in the bottom position.…

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Keep the Top Guy from Stalling

Many matches at the NCAA Wrestling Championships were determined by riding time.  It seems like a common riding strategy was to drop to ankles or use methods to kill time when the bottom wrestler stands up, rather than return them to the mat.  I know when it comes to winning matches at the NCAA tournament…

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