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Completed · May 17, 2018

PURCHASE BEAT THE STREET TICKETS (Starting at $25) Headlined by world and Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs taking on world champion and Olympic medalist Frank Chamizo, Beat The Streets will once again take place in New York City as some of the biggest men's freestyle stars in the U.S. take on the best from Cuba and Helen Maroulis, Alli Ragan, and Tamyra Stock take on the best Nigeria has to offer. 

  1. What We Learned From Beat The Streets

    What We Learned From Beat The Streets

    May 25, 2018

    Beat The Streets once again gave us exactly what we wanted. 
  2. Everything You Need To Know For Beat The Streets

    Everything You Need To Know For Beat The Streets

    May 17, 2018

    It's finally time for the highly anticipated super match between five-time world and Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs and two-time world champion Frank Chamizo at Beat the Streets.
  3. Your Beat The Streets And World Team Trials Schedule

    Your Beat The Streets And World Team Trials Schedule

    May 16, 2018

    The next four days just may be the most tremendous stretch of American freestyle wrestling in the history of the universe. To help you better plan your next couple four days, we've created this handy schedule! Is that whiteboard clear enough for you? Probably not. So here's what's going down, in chronological order.
  4. Beat The Streets Preview: Star-Studded Lineup On Tap For Thursday

    Beat The Streets Preview: Star-Studded Lineup On Tap For Thursday

    May 15, 2018

    For the first time ever the annual Beat the Street Gala will take place at Pier 17/Seaport District in lower Manhattan. 
  5. Tech Notes: Jordan Burroughs vs Frank Chamizo

    Tech Notes: Jordan Burroughs vs Frank Chamizo

    May 15, 2018

    Jordan Burroughs is set to take on Frank Chamizo this Thursday in New York City, and I can’t remember a Beat The Streets card that I’ve been more excited for. In fact, I can't remember a super match that had this many implications and gravity surrounding it. 
  6. Kyle Snyder Through The Years At Beat The Streets

    Kyle Snyder Through The Years At Beat The Streets

    May 15, 2018

    Kyle Snyder is set to make another appearance at the annual Beat The Streets gala in New York City this Thursday. Last year, he lit up the stage in Times Square brighter than the lights on the billboards as he powered his way to a 10-0 technical fall over Koki Yamamoto of Japan.
  7. Wooo! Ric Flair Is Coming To Beat The Streets

    Wooo! Ric Flair Is Coming To Beat The Streets

    May 14, 2018

    As if this year's Beat the Streets annual benefit event needed any more excitement, Chairman Mike Novogratz just confirmed via Twitter that Ric Flair, the "Nature Boy" himself, will be in attendance to help whip the New York City spectators into a frenzy this Thursday at South Street Seaport's Pier 17. 
  8. FloWrestling Spring & Summer Event Schedule

    FloWrestling Spring & Summer Event Schedule

    May 10, 2018

    What a fun time of the year it is to be a wrestling fan! Starting this weekend and running through Fargo, we will see Cadet, Junior, U23, and Senior World teams decided at the inaugural Final X series and stop signs handed out in the Fargo Dome.
  9. Tech Notes: Odunayo Adekuoroye vs Helen Maroulis

    Tech Notes: Odunayo Adekuoroye vs Helen Maroulis

    May 10, 2018

    Odunayo Adekuoroye is traveling 5,425 miles to wrestle Helen Maroulis in a 57kg women's freestyle bout at Beat the Streets next Thursday in New York City. 
  10. Frank Chamizo's Dake-Like Weight Progression

    Frank Chamizo's Dake-Like Weight Progression

    May 9, 2018

    Most folks are familiar with Kyle Dake's legendary feat of winning four consecutive NCAA titles at four different weight classes, from 141 to 165 pounds. Most are also familiar that Dake continued to bulk up after graduating, coming within one match of making the Olympic team at 86kg or 189 pounds. Fewer are familiar with international treasure Frank Chamizo's similar progression.