#3 Roman Bravo-Young, #4 Nick Raimo To Meet At Who's #1

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This year's Who's #1 card is already stacked, but this next match-up raises the bar even higher. Two four-time Fargo champions will go head to head in the Snakepit: No. 3 Roman Bravo-Young and No. 4 Nick Raimo. Watch Who's #1 LIVE from the Snakepit on Sunday, October 2, at 5PM (EST).



Bravo-Young will make his second straight appearance in the Snakepit fresh off a 10th-place finish at the Cadet World Championships. Bravo-Young is a perfect four for four at Fargo, where he won two titles each in freestyle and Greco. Bravo-Young is also a two-time Arizona state champion.

Watch Bravo-Young take out Pennsylvania stud Matty Parker. 


Nick Raimo will head to the Snakepit after another successful trip to Fargo this summer. For the second year in a row, Raimo swept both freestyle and Greco. Raimo was also a rare freshmen state finalist in New Jersey last season as well. 

Watch Raimo win his fourth Fargo title.


These two aren't strangers as they met at the Cadet World Team Trials with Bravo-Young dominating 11-0, but expect a much closer battle in folkstyle.

Watch the June meeting between RBY and Raimo.


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Confirmed Match-Ups:
120: #2 Gavin Teasdale vs #3 Jordan Decatur
126: #3 Roman Bravo-Young vs. #4 Nick Raimo
138: #2 Nick Lee vs #4 Sammy Sasso
152: #1 David Carr vs #2 Cam Coy
160: #1 Brady Berge vs #2 Shane Griffith
170: #1 Mikey Labriola vs #3 Travis Wittlake
182: #2 Michael Beard vs #3 Jelani Embree
61kg: Tony Ramos vs Cody Brewer

What 2 Watch 4: Thanksgiving Food Coma Edition

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The slate is relatively light this weekend, giving fans ample opportunities to pull themselves out of their turkey induced hangovers. 

There are still a few excellent duals on the schedule though, and enough wrestling to satisfy our post-Thanksgiving cranberry fogged and gravy soaked brains. 

All Ranked Wrestlers Coming To CKLV 2017

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As you prepare for Thanksgiving or are finishing up with your turkey day meal, you may feast your eyes upon a smorgasbord of ranked wrestlers coming to CKLV.

NCAA DI Stock Report: PSU Shakes Up 197 Pounds

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The 197-pound weight class continues to swirl with volatility in our weekly look at the big movers in the NCAA top 20 rankings. Penn State's Anthony Cassar is the biggest gainer, going from unranked to No. 11 at 197 and taking the place of his teammate and three-time NCAA qualifier Matt McCutcheon in the top 20.

Full Ironman Team List

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Some of the baddest high schoolers in the country are heading to Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, once again this year in search of claiming the title at the 24th Walsh Jesuit Ironman Tournament on Dec. 8-9. 

Tom Brands Smiling Discussing Marinelli And Lee

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Iowa Head Coach Tom Brands discusses when we'll see Marinelli, if he's ready to go and the availability of Spencer Lee on this Hawk Central interview. 

George Bossi Lowell Holiday Wrestling Tournament Live on Flo

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Considered the Grand Daddy of them all, the annual George Bossi Lowell Holiday Wrestling Tournament draws the best teams from all over New England and beyond.  Over 70 teams will converge on the Tsongas Arena for what some have called “The High School Midlands of the Northeast”.

7 Crucial Keystone Classic Conclusions

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The 2017 Keystone Classic lived up to the hype in the City of Brotherly Love this past weekend. Penn State shined at at the historic Palestra on UPenn's campus, but there was plenty of competition from the field. Northwestern, Rider, Drexel, Duke, Penn, Harvard, and Eastern Michigan all had finalists that made for an electric Sunday of NCAA wrestling. Here's what we learned.

News And Notes From Week 3 In D1 Wrestling

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A smattering of interesting tidbits and match results from the world that is Division 1 college wrestling, in particular things that may not have made it into our articles on top upsets or the stock report.

Did They Accidentally Announce Spencer Lee's Iowa Debut?

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The Iowa wrestling team shared its latest "move of the week" in a Twitter post on Monday, and the Hawkeyes may have hinted at a massive early-season change to their lineup in the process.

Top 12 Upsets From Week 3

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Take a look at the 12 best upsets from week three of the Division I college wrestling season.