All Access: Budapest Episode 3 - Burroughs Becomes a Legend
It may be the most legendary day in wrestling history. Not only did Jordan Burroughs win his third straight World title, he continued his US-record 65 match winning streak. More than the "what" he did was the "how" he did it: Burroughs beat five of the World's elite while wrestling on a broken ankle. Flowrestling is along to provide you with the unfolding of this amazing story as Burroughs is surrounded by coaches, Mark Manning, Zeke Jones, Bryan Snyder, and also a slew of wrestling journalists eager to report on Jordan Burroughs' historic moment in time.
All Access: Budapest Episode 1 - Zeke Says Injured Burroughs Will Wrestle Instead of Dake
In episode one, the Flo crew takes you to the Hungarian bath houses, to street-side gyro stands, they'll take you into trains filled with beautiful European women, but most importantly, they'll take you into the World Championship training facilities where you get a glimpse of Jordan Burroughs working out just before the tournament starts. You'll get a one-on-one with Zeke Jones as he discusses the events surrounding Burroughs' injury and his decision to wrestle Burroughs instead of Dake at the tournament.
All Access: Budapest Episode 2 - Metcalf v. Teghavi
The cameras are once again rolling in Budapest, but this time, we didn't just capture the world's elite rolling around/warming up. We've got matside footage of Escobedo, Bergman and Metcalf taking on their international opponents. This unfolding of scenes is highlighted by Metcalf's actual match vs. 2x World Champion, Mehdi Teghavi...a thriller.
All Access: Russia Episode One - Inside the Russian War Room
They say "forbidden fruit is the sweetest." So goes life for JoeFlo and Bader as they trek from the USA to Siberia on a quest to cover the most competitive national freestyle tournament in the world, Russian Nationals.
All Access: Russia Episode Two - The Agony
In the most dramatic episode in our Russia series, we follow two up and coming wrestlers expected to make the Russian Nationals finals. JoeFlo and Bader chronicle each wrestler's journey from the practice room to the medal stand.
All Access: MIZZOU - Tiger Style (Episode One)
In episode one of All Access: MIZZOU, we chronicle the recent growth of a University of Missouri wrestling program that was once looked at as the black sheep of the Big 12. In 1998, Brian Smith came to a program in shambles; over the years, he has turned that program into a national powerhouse. From Mark Bader to Tyron Woodley to Ben Askren to Michael Chandler, J'Den Cox and more, we find out what TIGER STYLE is all about.
All Access: Russia Episode Three - Changing of the Guard
Episode three concludes Joe and Bader's trip to the Motherland and culminates with a series of shocking Russian Nationals upsets that stunned the Krasnoyarsk crowd and shocked the wrestling world. Russia Series All Episodes
Episode One: Inside the Russian War Room
Episode Two: The Agony
Episode Three: Changing of the Guard
All Access: MIZZOU - One More (Episode Two)
All Access: Mizzou Episode 2 goes inside the ups and downs of Missouri's NCAA tournament: The disqualification of John Eblen, the devastation of defeat and the exhilaration of a goal achieved.
Russia Episode One Trailer
Joe Flo and Bader explored Russia, their training, and their national tournament. Here's a sneak peak of our latest production series. See what they find in the land of the wrestling empire. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR FLO PRO AND WATCH INSIDE RUSSIA
All Access: Budapest Full Series Available Now
It's one of our favorite stories to tell: that of Jordan Burroughs winning his third straight World title just a month after breaking his ankle -all while extending his US record winning streak to 65-0. Episode One: Zeke Says Injured Burroughs Will Wrestle Instead of Dake
Episode Two: Metcalf vs. Teghavi
Episode Three: Burroughs Becomes a Legend
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All Access: MIZZOU (The Trailer)
When Brian Smith took over the University of Missouri wrestling team in 1998, they were basically in shambles. They were one of the worst teams in the Big 12, and they could hardly muster enough dual wins to stay above .500. But Smith looked at the program as a "sleeping giant." A decade and a half later, and the Tigers now stand as one of the best wrestling programs in the country having produced 6 NCAA Champions and 2 team trophies since Smith's emergence. Go behind the scenes with one of the most impressive wrestling programs in the country in Flo's new series, All Access: MIZZOU.