Jun 8, 2022
Jun 8, 2022
Here's how to watch the 2022 Final X NYC broadcast on FloWrestling. The 2022 Final X NYC broadcast starts on Jun 8, 2022 and runs until Jun 9, 2022. Stream or cast from your desktop, mobile or TV. Now available on Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast and Apple TV. Don’t forget to download the FloSports app on iOS or Android! If you can’t watch live, catch up with the replays! Video footage from the event will be archived and stored in a video library for FloWrestling subscribers to watch for the duration of their subscription.
David Taylor's "Win Rocky Win" Moment Re-Ignites Fire For World Gold
Jun 17, 2022After making the world team at Final X NYC, David Taylor opened up about the challenge of competing in the 2021 world championships directly after accomplishing his lifelong dream of winning an Olympic gold medal. Final X was notedly his first competition back since his world silver performance last October and Taylor admitted he had thoughts of retiring. You can listen to him share those details in the above video about 40 seconds into the interview.
Jordan Burroughs Announces He's Retiring After 2024
Jun 17, 2022One of the biggest stories coming out of New York last week didn’t actually take place on the mat and probably flew under the radar for that reason. Jordan Burroughs announced in his post-series victory interview that he will be retiring “no matter what” after 2024.
Final X Men's Freestyle Complete Scoring Breakdown
Jun 16, 2022Wrestling always has been and probably, given the nuanced and complicated nature of the sport, always will be lacking in the stats department. I'm doing my very small part to fix that. Below is a breakdown of all the scoring across the 24 matches men's freestyle matches at Final X Stillwater and New York.
The Grounded Rule Is Broken But The Fix Is Simple
Jun 14, 2022Final X was an incredible display of USA’s best wrestlers however the wrestling revealed confusion in 1 scoring position - the step-out/grounded position. From both Final X Stillwater and NYC, many fans, wrestlers, and coaches were left asking the questions - What is a step-out and what isn’t? Why is the same position called “grounded” one time but a step-out or caution another? In the article below, we’ll look at where the confusion comes from, where we see the contradiction the most, and what are the simple solutions moving forward.
Early Predictions For Team USA At 2022 Worlds
Jun 9, 2022Team USA’s world team is set and expectations are high for the men’s freestyle team. With 3 months remaining, it's time for some “way too early predictions” and give a brief outlook on every weight at the 2022 world championships in men’s freestyle.
All The Scoring Action From Final X NYC
Jun 9, 2022If you're ready to re-live the best scoring action from Final X New York City, scroll through this compilation of scoring highlights from all 14 best-of-three series.
Match Notes From Final X NYC
Jun 8, 2022Hot off the heels of Final X Stillwater, it's Final X NYC! Live from the Hulu Theater in the greatest city on planet earth.
The Complete Final X New York Greco Preview
Jun 7, 2022All five series on the docket for Final X New York presented by Tezos involve the elite of the elite in American Greco-Roman wrestling. Who the headliners are is subjective fodder, but many are looking forward to the only Olympic Trials final rematch from last year pitting ‘21 World bronze G’Angelo Hancock against Braxton Amos, who captured a World bronze last year on the Junior level.
The Complete Final X New York Women's Freestyle Preview
Jun 7, 2022After an exciting weekend in Stillwater, where five women punched their tickets to Belgrade, get ready for Final X New York presented by Tezos, where five more best-of-three series will determine the rest of the U.S. women’s freestyle World Team. The weights competing this weekend are 50 kilograms, 53 kg, 57 kg, 62 kg, and 72 kg and will kick off with “True Third” matches at 12:30 pm in the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden.
Kayla Miracle vs Jennifer Rogers Match Delayed
Jun 6, 2022USA Wrestling has announced that Kayla Miracle was granted a delay to her Final X wrestle-off against Jennifer Rogers. Per USA Wrestling's team selection criteria, medical delays are granted in special exceptions to returning world medalists. For full details, see the original news release from USA Wrestling below.