Wrestling World Championship live – Jordan Burroughs: The legend of Jordan BURROUGHS will continue in the World Wrestling Championship beginning in Oslo, Norway from tomorrow. Burrough has qualified for his 10th career U.S. World or Olympic Team and will be in action in 74 Kg category. Follow Wrestling World Championship LIVE streaming in India on WrestlingTV.in starting from 2nd October
Burroughs has made his eighth Senior World teams, along with two U.S. Olympic Team berths. In his previous nine World or Olympic appearances, he has won eight medals, five gold and three bronze.
Jaden Cox also in American Team: Two-time World champion J’den COX ox of the Titan Mercury WC/NJRTC secured a spot on his fourth Senior World team with two-match sweep over Kollin MOORE of the Titan Mercury WC/Ohio RTC at 97kg. Cox shut out Moore in both matches, winning 5-0 in the first match and 4-0 in the second bout. Cox boasts two World titles, an Olympic bronze and a World bronze in his four World-level appearances, winning a medal every time.
Four 2020 Olympic medalists chose to compete at the World Championships also, and their weight classes are not being contested this weekend: Olympic champion David Taylor (86kg), Olympic silver medalist Kyle Snyder (97kg), Olympic bronze medalist Thomas Gilman (57kg) and Olympic bronze medalist Kyle Dake (74kg).
Superstars David TAYLOR (USA) and Hasan YAZDANI (IRI), and Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO) and Taha AKGUL (TUR) could see their rivalries renewed after the first day of wrestling at the 2021 World Championships.
Three Olympic gold medalists and 11 world titleholders headline the fully loaded opening day of wrestling in Oslo, Norway.
WrestleOslo Day One Preview: Freestyle 61kg, 74kg, 86kg and 125kg
Taylor, Yazdani and Akgul are the three Olympic gold medalists that’ll wrestle on October 2. They’ll share the limelight with three-time world champ Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO) and two-time world champ Kyle DAKE (USA).
Wrestling fans will be hard-pressed to find an opening where a star isn’t on the mat on October 2, but the conversation will indeed be on the potential fourth meeting between Olympic champions Taylor and Yazdani 86kg.
The pair of superstars are seeded first and second, respectively, at 86kg. If the seeds hold true, they two are on a collision course for a second blockbuster meeting in the last two months.
Taylor and Yazdani met on August 5 in the 86kg Tokyo Olympic gold-medal match. ‘The Magic Man’ trailed ‘The Greatest’ for the entirety of the match before he caught the Iranian on his heels with less than 10 seconds left and scored the match-deciding takedown. Taylor’s win in Tokyo was his third consecutive win over the two-time world champ and Rio Olympic gold medalist.
Taylor’s latest victory came four years after securing his first win over the then-reigning Olympic champion. He pinned Yazdani at the ’17 World Cup in Kermanshah, Iran. He extended his win streak to 2-0 with a five-point win over Yazdani in their first-round match at the ’18 Budapest World Championships.
Another guy to pay attention to at 86kg that rarely gets the credit he deserves is Artur NAIFONOV (RWF).
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