Cody Brewer said that he wasn't going to stand around with Tony Ramos, and he was not lying. Brewer went straight at the two-time world team member in the grand finale of Who's #1 and didn't stop scoring until his hand was raised and the scoreboard read 12-0.
Brewer collected takedown after takedown and finished the bout with a four-pointer to get the technical fall in 2:15.
Brewer put on an incredible show to cap off a night of great wrestling, and his great performance makes him our FloWrestler of the Week.
Other FloWrestler of the Week Nominees:
Jordan Decatur: Right out of the gate, Decatur got the crowd on its feet as he countered Gavin Teasdale's attack and picked up some backpoints to go along with an early takedown. He dug deep after gaining the lead and nearly relinquishing it to get the 8-7 win and claim the No. 1 spot at 120.
Mikey Labriola: Labriola represented for his hometown as he picked up an incredibly clutch takedown in the waning seconds of the match to get the 3-1 win over Travis Wittlake and defend his No. 1 ranking.
Nick Lee: He was clean, crisp, and dominant against Sammy Sasso. Lee is an extremely tough and technical guy, and it showed as he got the 8-3 win to maintain his top ranking.