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There is a certain appeal that a professional wrestling star has when crossing over to mixed martial arts. Just look at the success that Brock Lesnar has had in the UFC — where he remains a popular on-again, off-again draw.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Today, USA Wrestling, the national governing body for wrestling in the United States, and FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, have announced that the general public will be able to order tickets for the two 2019 Final X events starting on Tuesday, Jan. 22 online through FinalX.tv
Final X: Rutgers will be hosted at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on the campus of Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J., on Saturday, June 8. Final X: Lincoln will be hosted at the Bob Devaney Center on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on Saturday, June 15.
The Final X series will determine the 2019 U.S. Senior World Teams in all three of the Olympic disciplines. There will be a best-o
AMES, Iowa -- Iowa State head wrestling coach Kevin Dresser announced today the short-term addition of Ben Durbin as the new Volunteer Assistant Coach for the Iowa State wrestling team. Durbin has spent the last two years competing on the senior circuit under the Cyclone Regional Training Center.
Ben Durbin"We are very excited to have Ben join us in the second part of this season," Dresser said. "He is a valuable member of our RTC and very dedicated and loyal guy to Iowa State Wrestling. He is also a graduate of Iowa State. Moving forward, we want to continue to keep guys like Ben in our program. It will make an immediate impact for ISU Wrestling."
Durbin is a US Open medal winner, and has finished on the podium at several other se
Cage Warriors Fighting Championship announced on Tuesday morning that a new 185-pound king will be crowned at Cage Warriors 102, as James Webb takes on Thomas Robertsen for the organization’s vacant middleweight title at London’s Indigo at the O2 Arena on March 2.
Scott Parker defeated Wyoming's Mantorie Bridges to place seventh at the 2018 NCAAs (Photo/Juan Garcia)
The wrestling career of Lehigh's Scott Parker has come to an end.
The two-time All-American has battled a shoulder injury that will prevent him from competing. He posted a message on Twitter announcing his retirement from the sport.
pic.twitter.com/sGZZiQxTyk�" Scott Parker (@scottyp133) January 14, 2019
Last season, Parker placed seventh at the NCAAs at 133 pounds after winning his second straight EIWA title. He was an eighth-place finisher at the NCAAs in 2017.
Tyron Woodley believes he can conquer the top of the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s middleweight division. After all, he already owns a victory over Kelvin Gastelum, and the reigning champion, Robert Whittaker, previously competed at 170 pounds before moving up a weight class.