How'd They Get To Final X: Rutgers - Women's Freestyle

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It's Final X: Rutgers week. To prepare for this stupendous event of righteous wrestling, let's review the matches that each Final X competitor had to win to secure their bid. 

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Alyvia Fiske defeated her future Final X opponent Victoria Francis in the U.S. Open finals 5-4 to win a spot in Final X: Rutgers.

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Victoria Francis earned a shot at revenge on Fiske when she beat Iman Kazem in two straight matches at the World Team Trials Challenge Tournament, first by 14-3, then via pinfall. You can watch the second match below. 

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Becka Leathers won a hard-fought battle with Jenna Burkert, 7-5 at the Open, to punch her ticket to Piscataway.

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Jenna Burkert bounced back to thrash Arian Caprio at the Challenge Tourney finals, 11-2 and 10-0, get earn a shot at revenge against Leathers.

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Forrest Molinari came up just short of a medal at the 2018 World Championships in Budapest, so needed to beat Maya Nelson at the U.S. Open to make it back to Final X for the second consecutive year.

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2017 junior world medalist Maya Nelson was able to shake off her Open loss to Molinari and beat 2018 junior silver medalist Macey Kilty two matches to none at the Challenge Tourney, 5-0 and 11-3. The second match is below.

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Tamyra Mensah-Stock secured her bye to Final X by defeating Canada's Olivia Di Bacco 7-4 in the bronze medal match in Budapest. 


Alexandria Glaude took out 2018 Final X competitor Randi Beltz at the challenge tournament, though she needed three matches. Glaude was pinned in the first match but then won the next two, 6-2 and 6-1, to earn a series with Mensah-Stock at Rutgers. 

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Whitney Conder earned a chance to make her fifth world team when she defeated Erin Golston 7-0 in the finals of the 2019 U.S. Open.

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Golston came up short of her quest for a Final X birth when two-time world teamer Victoria Anthony defeated her two matches to none in Raleigh, 8-2 and 5-1. The second match is below.

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The Complete Kyle Dake-Frank Chamizo Chronological Timeline

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Frank Chamizo and Kyle Dake are both multiple-time world champions, have wrestled at least three different weights during their Senior level careers, and are masters of defense. However, the paths they took to get to their super match on July 25th couldn't be more different. Today, beginning with 2010, I'll take you on a year by year journey through Chamizo and Dake's careers to show how they got here.

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Myles Martin vs David Taylor Added To July 25th Card

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After Pat Downey was removed from the July 25 card, a number of conversation swirled about Downey's replacement. Myles Martin, the #8 ranked 86kg in the world, has stepped in to take on the 2018 world champ.

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Bader Show: Jack Mueller & Vito Arujau

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On this episode of The Bader Show, Bader and Spey talk with Jack Mueller and Vito Arujau before their upcoming matches on the July 25 Dake vs Chamizo card.

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Spencer Lee Looks To Join The Ranks Of The Hawkeye Olympic Greats

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Leading up to the 2020 Olympic Trials that were set for State College, PA, at the beginning of April, multiple Hawkeyes were making headlines in their quest for a spot on the national team. 

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FRL 522 - Luke Pletcher Hops On To Talk Darrion Caldwell

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On episode 522 of FRL, Luke Pletcher joins the show to discuss his matchup with Darrion Caldwell, the boys give an update on the possibility of World Championships happening in 2020, Jenna Burkert on the move, an update on Bellarmine, and more.

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Jordan Burroughs Announces Future Move To Penn RTC

Five-time World and Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs announced via his personal blog today that he will continue training with the Nebraska RTC through the 2021 Olympics and then make the move to the Pennsylvania RTC.

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Kyle Dake's Ever-Growing Hit List

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Since Nomad last compiled Kyle Dake's resume a year ago, Dake has remained undefeated and has added to his legacy with another world title and another handful of impressive wins.

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Bader Show: Sammy Alvarez & Luke Pletcher

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On this episode of The Bader Show, Bader and Bray talk with Sammy Alvarez and Luke Pletcher before their upcoming matches on July 25.

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Inside Anthony Echemendia's Recruitment & Decision To Become A Buckeye

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Cuban defector Anthony Echemendia ran, swam, and flew across four borders before landing at Sunnyside High School in Tucson, Arizona. While there, his noteworthy performance at Fargo earned him two championships, which jump-started his recruiting process.

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Top High Schoolers Returning To The Mat August 2 & 3 Live On Flo

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The best high school kids in the country will be back on the mats August 2nd and 3rd in Jenks, Oklahoma, for the World of Wrestling Summer Showcase. A developmental camp, world class technicians will show technique while wrestlers get the opportunity to train and compete with each other.

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