World Clubs Cup Rosters Released

Can I interest you in battles between Abdulrashid Sadulaev and J'Den Cox, as well as Kyle Dake and Aniuar Geduev?

Those dream matchups and more could happen at the fourth annual World Wrestling Clubs Cup, making it perhaps the biggest and most intriguing iteration of the event to date. This year's edition will be December 7th and in Tehran.

It will be Geduev's first action since beating Jordan Burroughs en route to a silver medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.

Sadulaev will be down at 92kg, and along with Cox this will be his first competition since this year's world championships in Paris.

Titan Mercury are the defending champs and have made the finals all three years of the event's existence.

Also on the roster for Titan Mercury is world and Olympic champ Kyle Snyder, who last year at this event actually lost twice. Check out TMWC's roster, as well as that of Bimeh Razi, who won the first two Clubs Cups and lost in the finals to TMWC last year.

Titan Mercury Roster

57kg: Thomas Gilman

57kg: Alan Waters

61kg: TBD

65kg: B.J. Futrell

65kg: Franklin Gomez

70kg: Nazar Kulchytskyy

74kg: Isaiah Martinez

79kg: Kyle Dake

86kg: David Taylor

92kg: J'Den Cox

92kg: Nick Heflin

97kg: Kyle Snyder

125kg: Nick Gwiazdowski

Bimeh Razi

57kg: Nader Aghaneya

61kg: Mehran Nasiri

65kg: Seyed Mohamadi

70kg: Mostafa Hosseinkhani

74kg: Khetag Tsabolov

79kg: Aniuar Geduev

86kg: Mohammad Ebrahimi

92kg: Abdulrashid Sadulaev

97kg: Mojtaba Goleij

125kg: Vladislav Baitsaev

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132lbs Third place: Jordan Decatur, CVCA vs Dylan D'Emilio, Genoa

One of my favorite things to do after big tournaments like the Walsh Ironman is to look at results through the lens of college recruiting. While a number of Ironman placers have yet to make their college decision, many have committed already and a good deal have signed their National Letters of Intent.

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