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Back row (left to right) Lee Roper, Jermaine McCove, Ed Piccola, Mark Morris, Zeb Miller
Front row (left to right) Cliff Fretwell, Jason Troxel, Ian McCutcheon, David Bray, Gene Stevens
David Bray- David emerged in early 2011 when he covered the Wyoming Cowboy Open and caught a blind granby by Cal Poly's Ryan DesRoches for Dirty Flo Takedown. David lives in Laramie Wyoming and has covered a Big Live Dual at Wyoming, multiple USA Wrestling events in Colorado Springs and came to Iowa City to help the Flo crew cover the 2012 Olympic Trials. After his events David usually produces cool pieces like highlight videos and such.
Cliff Fretwell- Cliff has been one of the most solid contributors around and is passionate about wrestling, his energy toward the sport is outstanding. The things that come out of this guy's mouth while he is behind the camera have been known to put people in stitches with his mix of humor and colorful commentating. He is one half of the Ropewell previews, he's been across the country at big events like Super 32, Southern Scuffle and co-anchored the 2011 NCAA live audio stream.
Jermaine McCove- Living in Delaware, Jermaine has the Nside scoop on a lot of what's happening on the east coast. Jermaine is very involved with wrestling in his area and has accrued a small team to help produce great wrestling coverage of events in the area and help grow the sport. Jermaine was spotted at the NCAA tournament as well as at the Beat the Streets event in Times Square this past spring.
Ian McCutcheon- Along side life in law school, the Ohio State Buckeye originally from Easton, PA is a passionate wrestling fan despite having played baseball in college. Ian has done a fantastic job of covering a good amount of wrestling in the Ohio/PA region. He is very knowledgable about the sport and is an extremely dynamic wrestling announcer. Ian has been to Russian Nationals, covered multiple NCAA events and last year announced the NCAA finals live.
Zeb Miller- The all time top contributor right here. He met Martin Floreani in 2007 and has been to tons of wrestling events at colleges and high schools all over the country in the last 5 years. Zeb's love for wrestling comes across in his interviews, he always has excellent questions and is personable. His excitement for wrestling is evident in his commentary; you can hear in his voice how much he enjoys being matside during the big matches. Zeb has done it all; NCAA's, Olympic trials, Olympics, Russian Nationals and countless others.
Mark Morris- Mark Morris has emerged as one of the most consistent and top contributors over the last couple of seasons. Mark has a son at Penn and another one at Wyoming Seminary which takes him to tons of events through out the season. Usually Mark is there with his camera providing excellent coverage in addition to the other tournaments he covers in PA. Mark broadcasted live streams of all home matches at Binghamton University last year and does the National Prep and EIWA conference championships.
Ed Piccola- The White Hat started posting videos on Flo last fall and caught the attention of JoeFlo who reached out to him. It turned out that Ed was in NJ where so much great wrestling lives. The go-getter that he is, Ed found his way to many clubs, clinics and wrestling events. He hung out with guys like Chael Sonnen and Clay Guida at clinics, interviewed guys like Jake Herbert, Brent Metcalf, etc at club practices and routinely gets into hotel wrestling matches with Mike Krause. Ed has covered big tournaments like NJ States, Powerade and many others.
Lee Roper- If you want to know wrestling, know Lee Roper. The man lives and breathes the sport: literally, it's what he does. Lee is the other half of the Ropewell previews, not as loud as his counterpart, but just as passionate. He is a guy that breaks down wrestling and looks at it from every angle. He has a wealth of knowledge on technique as well as stats and results. He has been instrumental in helping spread wrestling through the southeast region and has been involved in big coverage like Super 32, Southern Scuffle and NCAA championships.
Gene Stevens- "Mean" Gene has been a loyal contributor to Flowrestling for years. When he first appeared Gene was living in Vegas and helped with coverages of the US Open and Las Vegas Invite. Originally out of New Jersey he has visited clubs in the area along with high school and college matches, including a Big Live Dual at Rutgers. Now down in Florida he covers some of the bigger events in that area and always has a creative way of highlighting cool things that happened at his events.
Jason Troxel- A strong hand in the northwest, Oregon's Jason Troxel produces great wrestling coverages. Troxel loves wrestling as much as anyone and knowledge and willingness to do what it takes make his events great. Some great highlight videos have come from this man, he has covered a lot of events in his region, the Oregon state tournament and he was instrumental in helping the coverage of the NCAA tournament the last two years.
Updated on May 16, 2013, 10:09pm