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Ultimate Jordan Burroughs Wrestling Highlight Video

Jordan Burroughs is an American and Olympic freestyle wrestling, champion. These are some of his highlights!

Wrestlers pull a fire truck.

A lot of people work out and train pretty hard, but how many can actually pull a fire truck! These wrestlers can. Don’t try this at home. They make it look easier than it is.

Minnesota Gophers Wrestling: Public Practice [video]

How bad do you want to be successful?

How bad do you want to be successful? Are you willing to give up sleep? To endure the pain? To want it as much as you want to breathe? This is a great inspirational video for all aspects of life, any sport, any job, anything.

Things wrestling moms say.

There is no mom like a wrestling mom. They may go a little crazy watching their kids wrestle, but we love them none the less.

600lbs Sumo Wrestler Vs 169lbs MMA Fighter

Sometimes, all it takes is some determination. Never give up.

Jordan Burroughs Stops at Never : Video

ASICS Athlete and champion freestyle wrestler Jordan Burroughs shares his thoughts on training, the future, and what Stop At Never means to him. The wrestling shoes Jordan has on are ASICS Men’s Omniflex Pursuit.

The 6 Sickest Amateur Wrestling Slam Moves

With Matt Hughes employing an amateur wrestling headlock to choke his way to victory over Ricardo Almeida at UFC 117, I figured the time was right to feature some more nasty amateur action “in this case, some slams. Now some of these moves aren’t strictly legal in the legal sense of the word, but they’re […]

Wrestler With Down Syndrome Inspires Others

ST. CROIX, Minn. – A little boy from Stillwater is inspiring hundreds of wrestlers in his community. The boy with special needs hasn’t let his disability slow him down or keep him from wrestling the best. Dillon Hill, a 9-year-old with Down syndrome, started wrestling at St. Croix Valley Athletic Association a year ago. Hill […]

Cleveland HS Wrestlers – One Blind, One An Amputee – Define Friendship

By Tom Rinaldi ESPN “Leroy, touch your toes.” Leroy reaches his arms out in front of him in mock effort, and says, “They’re at home.” And then, the boys laugh. He didn’t know they were gone. Staring down at the sheets of his bed, the morphine starting to fade, Leroy Sutton was still numb, but […]

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