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

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

Two Edinboro Transfers: Russell To Minnesota, Geer To OK State

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125 lbs Final - Sean Russell, Edinboro vs Taylor LaMont, Utah Valley Univ

Two Edinboro starters will be wrestling for different teams this fall. 125-pound All-American Sean Russell is going to Minnesota to use his final year of eligibility as a Golden Gopher, and 184-pounder Dakota Geer will transfer to Oklahoma State with sophomore eligibility. 

Final X Matchups Set!

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Final X Is Coming

All 20 of the Final X matchups have been set. The three different Final X locations will determine who America sends in men's and women's freestyle to the world championships in Budapest, Hungary this October.

125kg World Team Trials Preview: It's Coon's Year

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125 kg Rnd Of 16 - Ben Durbin, TMWC vs Adam Coon, NYAC/MWC

With the World Team Trials challenge tournament finally upon us, all eyes are on 125kg. The deepest and most interesting weight at the U.S. Open in Las Vegas carries over to Rochester, Minnesota this weekend.

2018 UWW Junior World Team Trials Bracket Reactions

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We've got the brackets. All that's left to do is weigh in. The 2018 UWW Junior World Team Trials brackets are live in FloArena, and as expected, the fields for this weekend's challenge tournament in Rochester, MN, are much smaller than the ones at the U.S. Open in Las Vegas last month. 

By The Numbers: Senior World Team Trials

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World Team Trials, Last Stop Before Final X

The best wrestlers in the U.S. are looking to get one step closer to claiming a spot on the 2018 senior world team as they clash this weekend at the World Team Trials challenge tournament in Rochester, MN.

97kg World Team Trials Preview: Revenge Is Coming

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97 kg Quarterfinal - Ty Walz, TMWC vs Austin Schafer, Nyac/flwc

For some, any 97kg bracket in America that doesn't feature Kyle Snyder is glossed over. If that was you, then you missed the Cinderella story that came out of Las Vegas last month.

2018 UWW Junior World Team Trials: An Overview

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This weekend in Rochester, Minnesota, 10 young men's freestyler's will earn the right to represent America at the Junior world championships. Starting on Friday, May 18th, and culminating with the finals on Saturday, May 19th, the UWW Junior world team trials will be used to determine who gets to go to Trnava, Slovakia this September.

8 Biggest Moments At The Journeymen World Classic

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By Oliver Astone

Some of the biggest and baddest young stars have lit the mats on fire at the Journeymen World Classic over the years. As we prepare for more star-studded clashes this weekend in Lake Placid, NY, let's take a look at some of the biggest moments in tournament history.

Everything You Need To Know For Beat The Streets

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Jordan Burroughs Is Ready For The Super Match Against Frank Chamizo

It's finally time for the highly anticipated super match between five-time world and Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs and two-time world champion Frank Chamizo at Beat the Streets.

2018 Junior World Team Trials Preview

The passion and optimism for USA Wrestling is glowing.

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