The kid won one title in 4 years. Was beaten by quite a few different guys. Some of them were good, some have never gotten on the podium. He lost a total of 23 times. It's not like he was invincible. Some guys knew what to do, some didn't. This is a stupid argument by stupid ignorant people.
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Anthony Robles: Advantage or disadvantage 9473 views
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Uploaded by Mark Bader | July 14, 2011
Anthony Robles is the courageous Arizona State wrestler with one leg who just won an NCAA wrestling championship and an ESPY award. Anthony Robles addresses a question that people all over the country have been debating since he became a national story. Does having just one leg give Anthony Robles an unfair advantage because his opponents do not know how to wrestle somebody who is missing one leg, and in addition the weight that would be in leg is added muscle to his upper body.
Anthony Robles says it is not an advantage and nobody was bringing this up when he first started wrestling and was losing most of the matches he wrestled and was taking last place in his league. Anthony won an ESPY for best athlete with a disability.
Yea well he says in the beginning, his one less leg was being called by others a disadvantage & now it's being called by others an unfair advantage...whatever. Does this mean wrestlers all over the country are gonna chop off their leg to get an advantage? Hell no.
I think they said he benches 305 pounds, not 125 pounds. He is a tough kid and earned the victory. He wrestled a great match, great victory.