LAS VEGAS (AP) American Jordan Burroughs is still the biggest star in wrestling. But after getting beat at last year's world championships, Burroughs is intent on proving he is also still the best pound-for-pound athlete in the sport. The expectations - and the pressure - couldn't be any higher for Burroughs entering Saturday's 74-kilogram freestyle competition at the world championships...
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Turkey's Riza Kayaalp stunned Cuban Mijain Lopez 1-0 to win the heavyweight Greco-Roman title on the second day of the wrestling world championships Tuesday night in Las Vegas. Kayaalp denied Lopez's try for a sixth world title in the finals at 130 kilograms. Kayaalp was joined as a world champion by countryman Selcuk Cebi. He took top honors at 80 kilograms, defeating Belarussian...
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At 14 years old, Spenser Mango was no one’s idea of an elite athlete. He weighed 88 pounds and entered Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis struggling to
The UFC’s rookie class of 2014 was one of the strongest in years, and it was difficult to whittle this category down to a top ten. How difficult? I decided to go against my rule of newcomers having at least two fights in the calendar year and made a special entry at No. ten for three of the top debutants who only fought once in 2014. So without further ado, here are the top fighters...
Olympic wrestling legend Rulon Gardner is still struggling financially. Gardner, who won a gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling at the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney, will reportedly be auctioning off his Olympic memorabilia and several other items at a bankruptcy auction on Saturday. The 43-year-old is seeking to pay off a $3.9 million tax debt....Read More
When it comes to freestyle wrestling, Jordan Burroughs is the man to beat. The 2012 Olympic gold medalist and two-time World Champion from New Jersey has a winning streak of
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