News

1-10 of 600 result(s)

Fi: Super 32 Preview - Everything You Need to Know

The Super 32 is firmly entrenched as one of America's premier events. Now a cornerstone of the wrestling landscape, hordes of talent travel to Greensboro, North Carolina, each fall.  What started off as a local preseason tune-up has turned in to a fire-breathing monster that serves as a referendum for ranking and status. The action starts Saturday and continues with one of the great rounds in all of wrestling - quarterfinals on Sunday morning.  Catch All The Action LIVE on FLOPRO. The hammers that have competed in the fourteen previou...

What 2 Watch 4 This Weekend: Studs everywhere!

Your weekly D1 preview is back. If you’re new to W2W4 basically I give you a summary of where the big time action is that is going to affect the D1 landscape. I look for ranked v. ranked match ups, and other important points that will directly impact D1 teams. Saturday has one obvious one, but wait til the Opens on Sunday. Some huge ramifications Saturday, November 1st NWCA All Star Classic-7 PM EST LIVE on Flo. You already know how nasty this one is going to be. Even the undercard is sick with Devin Carter taking on CJ Cobb and Lorenzo T...

Super 32: "The Kid" Doesn't Place?

112lbs, Super 32 2007, When "The Kid" Was Just a Kid. Michigan State 125lber, Erik Olanowski brought home his Super 32 belt after navigating his way through this tough bracket.  The 2007 NHSCA national champion had a dominant road to his title.  He outscored opponents 31-4 while picking up three pins along the way.  In the round of 32, he pinned UNI All-American Joey Lazor.  After that match, Olanowski took on Virginia tech NCAA qualifier and multiple time Super 32 placer, Erik Spjut who he defeated 5-0 to advance to the se...

All Star Classic: Expert Picks

It's almost All Star Classic time so we decided to lay down our predictions on who we thought was going to win each bout. We hit up the best college analysts in media so they could weigh in too. Nick Velliquette 125: Waters 133: Schopp 141: Port 149: Tsirtsis 157: Green 165: Dieringer 174: Kokesh 184: Dean 197: Cox HWT: Gwiazdowski Ryan Holmes 125: Waters 133: Schopp 141: Stieber 149: Tsirtsis 157: Green 165: Dieringer 174: Kokesh 184: Dean 197: Cox 285: McMullan Kyle Bratke 125: Waters 133: Schopp 141: Stieber 149: Tsirtis 157: Green 165: Dier...

Super 32: 2007 Oliver's First Taste of Controversy

Grajales beats Oliver?! Ramos losses three matches?! Only one Pennsylvania placer?! Coming from the top half of the bracket emerged the champion, Eric Grajales.  The junior from Florida powerhouse team, Brandon, had a great performance to take home the belt. The future Michigan All-American had his first big test of the tournament against Jeremy Sandoval of Texas.  Grajales beat Sandoval, a 3-time Texas State Champion, 5-2 to advance into the semifinals against future Iowa Hawkeye standout, Tony Ramos, who he majored 8-0. T...

Michigan State Open Preview

Michigan State Open Preview

Kyle Bratke

October 30, 2014, 12:17pm

For years the Michigan State Open has been one of the premier open tournaments across the country, and this year is no different. This years field of teams is led by: Central Michigan, Columbia, Michigan, Navy, Notre Dame College, Ohio, Ohio State, Purdue, and West Virginia. Tune into see Adam Coon kick off his sophomore season, watch young Bucks Nathan Tomasello and Bo Jordan try and defend their MSU Open titles, and see Sammie Henson make his head coaching debut as he brings the Mountaineers to East Lansing. 125lbs #12 Nathan Tomasello, Ohio...

Super 32: Waters, Schopp and Port Fail to Make the Finals

      At the top of this stacked bracket, eventual champion and National Qualifier for Nebraska, David Klingsheim, cruised to his Super 32 Championship with three falls, a 5-2 win and two majors, one of which coming in the finals where he took out Frank Goodwin 12-0.  His closest match was against T.J. Mitchell in the quarters. Mitchell, who just transferred to Chattanooga from UVA, was a 2X Georgia State Champion and an NHSCA Senior National Champion.  He did not place in this bracket.   The Runner-Up here was Fr...

LIVE This Weekend on Flo: 11/1/2014

College wrestling super match action, probably the most competitive tournament in high school wrestling, a potential rubber match between Mark Hall and Anthony Valencia (Hall/Valencia III), and an awesome collegiate open tournament to boot! Seen by many as the "official kickoff" to wrestling season, this weekend gives wrestling fans about all they could ask for.  Flowrestling is LIVE at: the NWCA All Star Classic, Super 32, the Freakshow finals and the Michigan State Open.  NWCA All Star Classic November 1st, 2014 at 7pm ET Broadcast ...

Super 32: At This Time in 2008...

Written by Vince Barber Super 32 2008. THIS bracket. Starting at the top, the champion, David Taylor. Baby faced David Taylor took home his Super 32 belt with a 6-0 win over Virginia's Ian Squires, a multiple time State Placer in the quarter-finals, a tight 4-2 battle over NJ State Champ and future D3 NCAA National Champion Kodie Silverstiri which led him to an eventual match up with Oklahoma State National Finalist, Josh Kindig. In a match where only one point was scored, Taylor edged Kindig for the Championship. Coming in from the bottom was ...

"Fat Boy" Makes Noise at PSN

"Fat Boy" Makes Noise at PSN

Willie Saylor

October 27, 2014, 3:35am

Hey, that's his daddy's name for him, not mine. Big J Renteria facetiously calls Jason 'Fat Boy,' though he's anything but. Ranked 9th nationally, Renteria, from powerhouse Oak Park River Forest (Ill.) beat 4x Fargo Finalist #3-Austin Gomez in the finals of Preseason Nationals. Renteria went fall, 12-1, 12-1, 11-4, and 17-3 in his lead up to the finals where he took out Gomez 7-0. For his outstanding performance, we give him the nod as Flo's Wrestler of the Week. Other Top Performers This Week: Dylan Duncan (IL) - won a monster PSN 126 bracket...

Recent Activity