There are so many ass bags on this site. It's one thing to be stoked that your guy won, but to ridicule good hard working wrestlers over losses to other good wrestlers is just crap. Idiots like you guys are what gives wrestlers a bad rep. Learn to be respectful!
125 – No. 2 Matt McDonough (Iowa) DEC No. 15 Johnni Dijulius (OSU), 5-2133 – No. 4 Logan Stieber (OSU) DEC No. 2 Tony Ramos (Iowa), 7-0141 – No. 7 Hunter Stieber (OSU) DEC No. 3 Montell Marion (Iowa), 4-2149 – No. 16 Cam Tessari (OSU) DEC Mike Kelly (Iowa), 9-4157 – Josh Demas (OSU) DEC Derek St. John (Iowa), 7-3165 – Derek Garcia (OSU) DEC No. 6 Mike Evans (Iowa), 6-5174 – No. 9 Ethen Lofthouse (Iowa) DEC Joe Grandominico (OSU), 7-1184 – No. 8 Nick Heflin (OSU) DEC Vinnie Wagner (Iowa), 7-4197 – Andrew Campolattano (OSU) DEC Grant Gambrall (Iowa), 8-6HWT – Blake Rasing (Iowa) DEC No. 15 Peter Capone (OSU), 7-2
Don't know why Ramos chose down? He paid the price! I guess a bit of the hype has been lost with the PSU vs IOWA coming up but still should be fun to watch. I guess they just overlooked the Bucks!
Ramos is nowhere near what he was in HS. He's made leaps and bounds in improvement, being at Iowa.Logan is a stud, no doubt. I think this match will come down who's toughest.Wouldn't be surprised if Ramos beats on Logan for the win. Also would not be surprised if Stieber tilts or gets back points and almost majors Ramos.....really depends on which wrestler shows up.I wanna pick Logan but also like Ramos. Gonna be fun.
It's going to be a close match, who knows who will win. For those saying Ramos never beat Stieber; hr beat him at the junior world trials last time they met. Get your facts straight!
This is crazy talk. Ramos wouldn't think of backing off, why should he be afraid of Logan? He already beat Oliver, now, Dardanes...And, someone talked about Ohio State handing Iowa their first Big Ten loss in a while - really? Three wins against Minnesota.
Maybe Steiber Oliver and ramos will kill each other and Carter will come out on top......... 133 is anyone's right now
It'll stay close in the first round, Ramos will get in on a shot and a good scramble will ensue, but will either end in no points or maybe a takedown by Stieber close to the end of the period. Then Stieber will ride out for the whole round if Ramos' choice, if not Stieber will choose down and escape. So after riding time final score will either be 2-0 Stieber or 4-1 Stieber, around there. In no situation will Ramos win.
So far, Ramos has not lost to a wrestler who is ranked higher than him. He beat Futrell when Futrell was ranked high, and he beat Oliver when Oliver was ranked #1. He gets up for big matches. I don't know if he'll beat Stieber or not, but I bet it will be a one td match. Both guys have proven to be beastly. Both have proven to be vulnerable.
I'm taking Tony Ramos, only because I think Logan is going to have a difficult time turning Tony, and it will play out on the feet. It's a tough match to call, but I'm pulling for Tony.
Iowa and Ohio State will do battle this weekend which means another highly anticipated match up at 133. Tony Ramos of Iowa is coming off a big win over top ranked defending undefeated national champion Jordan Oliver of Oklahoma State in overtime. #2 ranked Logan Stieber of Ohio State is coming off of his first loss of the season to Minnesota's Chris Dardanes on a last second takedown.
This Friday night the Iowa Hawkeyes will travel to Columbus, OH to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in a Big 10 dual meet. Tony Ramos and Logan Stieber will clash in a battle at 133 and we want to know how you think it will go down? Will Ramos continue his run and knock off yet another top gun or will Logan Stieber get back on the winning track with a win over Tony Ramos?