This is what makes wrestling a sport that teaches us to always work hard and never give on ourselves and most of all our deams. I don't know of another sport that would even give someone without a leg the time of day, much less really think they could make an impact. Wrestling is a sport where you only get what you earn, and Robles earned his title. I know he had almost everyone in the building pulling for him, but he still needed to earn it. This young man makes me proud that I am a part of this sport. Wrestling to me teaches us that we are more than we appear, we only need to REALLY believe that we are. I love wrestling and Anthony Robles is just another reason I love the sport of wrestling even more. We need to fight for wrestling, we are losing programs (D1/D2, etc.) left and right. We can not let this happen, for every school that drops its program. That is one less chance we will ever get to see another Anthony Robles. Not that there ever will be another Anthony Robles, but I believe most will understand what I am trying to say. Thanks Flo for the coverage!!
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I have a serious question, and hope someone can answer it. I overheard an official from California saying that kids missing a limb are required to weigh in with their prosthetic. This was a official for California high school wrestling. So, here's my question, in college wresting do wrestlers missing a limb weight in with a prosthetic? Thanks.