Flo Predicts Final X - Lincoln

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Tomorrow afternoon, the world will see Final X for the first time. At the Devaney Center in Lincoln, NE, 14 of the best athletes in the country will do battle for the right to represent America at the 2018 World Championships.

Like we always do at this time, the FloWrestling staff will make predictions. Love them or hate them, feel free to praise or ridicule us. Either way, you're going to have some fun.

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Where: Lincoln, NE | When: Saturday, June 9

It's pretty simple. The four men's and three women's matches will be wrestled in a best-of-three format. So the first round will go through all seven matches, then the second round, and, if necessary, a third and deciding round. That's no different than the World Team Trials format for the last few decades.

Before we get to the picks, here is a bevy of Final X Lincoln content for you to consume. Or breeze right past it. Your choice.



70kg: James Green vs Jason Chamberlain

Willie: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to none

Nomad: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to none

Bratke: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to none

Holmes: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to none

Spey: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to 1

Pyles: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to none

Nick V: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to none

Bader: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to none

Kania: Green over Chamberlain, 2 matches to 1


59kg: Alli Ragan vs Jenna Burkert

Willie: Ragan over Burkert, 2 matches to none

Nomad: Ragan over Burkert, 2 matches to none

Bratke: Ragan over Burkert, 2 matches to none

Spey: Ragan over Burkert, 2 matches to none

Pyles: Ragan over Burkert, 2 matches to none

Nick V: Ragan over Burkert, 2 matches to none

Bader: Ragan over Burkert, 2 matches to none

Kania: Ragan over Burkert, 2 matches to none


97kg: Kyle Snyder vs Kyven Gadson

Willie: Snyder over Gadson, 2 matches to none

Nomad: Snyder over Gadson, 2 matches to none

Bratke: Snyder over Gadson, 2 matches to none

Spey: Snyder over Gadson, 2 matches to none

Pyles: Snyder over Gadson, 2 matches to none

Nick V: Snyder over Gadson, 2 matches to none

Bader: Snyder over Gadson, 2 matches to none

Kania: Snyder over Gadson, 2 matches to none


55kg: Becka Leathers vs Jacarra Winchester

Willie: Leathers over Winchester, 2 matches to none

Nomad: Leathers over Winchester, 2 matches to none

Bratke: Leathers over Winchester, 2 matches to none

Spey: Leathers over Winchester, 2 matches to 1

Bader: Leathers over Winchester, 2 matches to none

Nick V: Leathers over Winchester, 2 matches to none

Pyles: Leathers over Winchester, 2 matches to none

Kania: Leathers over Winchester, 2 matches to 1


57kg: Thomas Gilman vs Daton Fix

Willie: Fix over Gilman, 2 matches to 1

Nomad: Fix over Gilman, 2 matches to none

Bratke: Fix over Gilman, 2 matches to 1

Bader: Fix over Gilman, 2 matches to 1

Spey: Fix over Gilman, 2 matches to 1

Nick V: Gilman over Fix, 2 matches to 1

Pyles: Gilman over Fix, 2 matches to none

Kania: Gilman over Fix, 2 matches to 1


68kg: Tamyra Stock vs Randyll Beltz

Willie: Stock over Beltz, 2 matches to none

Nomad: Stock over Beltz, 2 matches to none

Bratke: Stock over Beltz, 2 matches to none

Bader: Stock over Beltz, 2 matches to none

Spey: Stock over Beltz, 2 matches to none

Nick V: Beltz over Stock, 2 matches to 1

Pyles: Stock over Beltz, 2 matches to none

Kania: Stock over Beltz, 2 matches to none


74kg: Jordan Burroughs vs Isaiah Martinez

Willie: Burroughs over Martinez, 2 matches to none

Nomad: Burroughs over Martinez, 2 matches to none

Bratke: Burroughs over Martinez, 2 matches to none

Bader: Burroughs over Martinez, 2 matches to none

Spey: Burroughs over Martinez, 2 matches to none

Nick V: Burroughs over Martinez, 2 matches to none

Pyles: Burroughs over Martinez, 2 matches to none

Kania: Burroughs over Martinez, 2 matches to none

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