Bader Show: Trent Hillger & Yianni Diakomihalis

Trent Hillger & Yianni Diakomihalis

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Bader and Bray catch up with Trent Hillger and Yianni Diakomihalis, who will both compete on Thursday at Beat the Streets.

Order of Show

0:01 Trent Hillger’s start in wrestling

0:05 Growing into heavyweight in high school

0:07 Trent thought he would be a football prospect

0:10 Growing up in a sports family helped shape Trent Hillger

0:12 Trent’s dad coached him while he grew up

0:15 How Hillger changed after he decided to pursue wrestling in college

0:17 The difficult transition from Coach Davis to Coach Bono

0:22 Comparing Bono and Reader

0:23 Wrestling in front of bigger crowds is exciting

0:25 When Hillger got the Thor nickname

0:26 The weeks after NCAA’s got canceled

0:29 Hillger’s memories from previous BTS events

0:31 When Trent found out about the opportunity to compete at BTS

0:32 Hillger’s preparation for Gable Steveson

0:34 The situation at Wisconsin now

0:35 Hillger’s wins & whoopin’s

 

0:37 Trent asks Yianni about the best Greek food

0:38 Yianni asks Trent what he’s taken from past matches with Gable

0:40 Yianni’s memories from past Beat the Streets events

0:42 How Yianni found out he had the opportunity to compete

0:43 Finding out about the match with Khinchegashvili

0:45 Yianni watches film to try new positions

0:46 The time Khinche presented Yianni his Cadet World Gold

0:48 Yianni’s assessment of Khinche’s style

0:51 The transition of watching opponents Yianni used to just learn from

0:53 Yianni analyzes Rustam Ampar’s style

0:55 Yianni’s match with Bajrang

0:57 The feeling of wrestling in “exhibition” matches

1:00 The COVID-19 situation at Cornell

1:01 Yianni’s feelings about conditioning

1:03 Yianni’s thoughts on the new Spartan Combat RTC

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