The Bill Farrelll was this past weekend. The action was amazing and we have a non-Olympic Team.
Money (or the lack of it) is a major factor in wrestling. Mike and Nomad break down some of the dollars and cents involved with the future of greco.
One of the great out of the box thinkers in our sport, Jason Welch, join Mike and Nomad.
News came down that the senior world championships will be moved to October, get Mike and Nomad's take on it.
Mike and Nomad go back over the singlet/shorts, compression gear debate after USAW puts out an article calling to "ditch the singlet".
Also, JB wrote an amazing blog post that hinted at him considering retirement.
CP and Nomad broke the news this week that UWW officials conspired to fix matches at the Olympic games. UNI head coach, Doug Schwab, is one of the few high level coaches willing to speak out about the events that happened in Rio and some of the things that he witnessed when he was on the senior circuit.
Dan "WrestlingNomad" Lobdell is one of the people that put together a lot of the numbers implicating the UWW officials, he sounds off on what a lot o those numbers mean.
Mike and Dan run down UWW's judgement on the Mongolian coaches and the lack of judgement of the Russian coaches.
Nomad and Mike sit doen and talk about the Junior world championships.
From 6th in the US to top 5 in the world in just 8 months the Frank Molinaro thrill ride has just begun.
The US Greco National Team coach has, throughout his career, been known as the one of the toughest competitors to ever lace up a pair of wrestling shoes. What many people don't know is what passion and reverence he has for the sport of wrestling. He allows his athletes to be creative and encourages other coaches to do the same.
Matt and Mike geek out on coaching philosophy, greco tech, and the general direction of the sport.
Mike talks with The Wrestling Nomad about Fargo, the Russian doping scandal, and the Indian doping conspiracy.
Mike and Tony break down some results from this weekend's tournament in Germany and give their thoughts on the present state of the freestyle rules.
Mike and Jesse speak candidly about the Canada Cup, the state of affairs in US and foreign youth wrestling, and coaching philosophies in general.
Mike and Lee go back and forth about this week in wrestling across the world.
Waylon Griffith brings southern flavor to MI this week as he and Mike recap Team USA's performance at the World Cup
Oklahoma State assistant coach Eric Guerrero joins the podcast to talk wrestling culture and how we're poised to explode into the national limelight.
Then a special surprise guest host joins Mike to talk World Cup wrestling.
When you think about the debacle that went down at Russian nationals this past weekend who better to give insight into their mindset and their culture then Andy Hrovat. Hrovat live and trained in Russia for a full year in 2010-2011. He lends his expertise and insight into the wrestling power house that is Russia.
- 2016 Russian Nationals
- Can a pro league work in the US?
From the way that he wrestles to the way that he thinks, jason Welch is a unique individual.
- Jason Welch to compete at the 70kg WTT trials.
- Aaron Pico out for 6-9 months...... But at least hes in a private jet.
- UWW Junior World Team Trials
-Zahid had a nice turn around after Beat The Streets.
- Tedeev says that Russian Nationals will be only one factor in choosing who goes to Rio.... except at 96kg
-Flight Time duals scoring was awesome!
Mike Mal is joined by one of wrestling greatest young minds and UNI asst coach Lee Roper. Topics include
-2016 Beat The Streets Event
- Someone pulled a gun at a HS tournament in Russia
- Reza Yazdani is back
- The Kumar/Narsingh debacle
- UWW to compete non-olympic weights world championships
- FLO IS 10!!