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  • Wrestling Is The Most Dangerous Sport Essay

    Wrestling is the Most Dangerous Sport “The better you eat the better you compete and the better you’ll be able to go out there and train and go out there and win it”(Burroughs).Most people think football is the most dangerous sport; some people agree some people disagree. Wrestling is the most dangerous sport because of physical injuries suffered after wrestling which include concussions, skin diseases, and eating disorders. Most wrestlers have had at least two to three concussions in their career and has cauliflower ear or has had cauliflower ear. Physical injuries that stick with you for life are usually cauliflower ear, dislocations, skin diseases, torn ligaments, and concussions.After every wrestling practice people may have cuts, bruises,…

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  • Informative Essay On Wrestling

    Wrestling is a sport well one person battles it out with another, you can basically call wrestling a street fight with rules. If your not ready for the fight ahead then maybe you go look for a different sport. I was not physically ready for this match. I got hurt pretty bad with a concussion and it did not feel good. My painful concussion happened at Mountain View High School almost a year ago. I was wrestling this kid named Kyle Rice, Kyle is a kid who has wrestled for so long and beat me…

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  • Personal Narrative: Overcoming Asthma

    When I was a lot younger playing sports wasn’t always easy because of asthma. In the eighth grade, instead of playing basketball after football season, I decided to wrestle instead. One time in the seventh grade I went to the 2013 OKWA Novice State wrestling tournament. After several matches in the tournament I made it to the semi-finals. I won that match in double overtime. It might not seem like much, but I learned a valuable lesson. During that double overtime, I was so exhausted that I…

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  • Greco-Roman Wrestling History

    The History of Freestyle and Greco-Roman Wrestling Wrestling is a combative sport that uses grappling type maneuvers such as throws, takedowns, pins, joint locks, and other holds to ensure one competitor a victory . A wrestling bout is where two competitors compete in a physical competition who attempt to achieve and retain an more advantageous position. The military has also integrated wrestling techniques into their hand-to-hand combat systems as well as other martial arts.Wrestling is…

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  • Creighton University Scholarship Essay

    Taking into account Creighton University’s dedication to a diverse educational community, I consider myself a student with varying talents, abilities, experiences, opinions, and backgrounds. One aspect of my life that separates me from others is my involvement in collegiate athletics. I competed in wrestling at both the Division I and Division III levels. Through wrestling, I have obtained a large amount of experience that will help me in physical therapy school. One of the greatest American…

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  • Australian Wrestling History

    embraced wrestling was the formation of the Wrestling Australia, which started as a part a plan by the Australian Institute Of Sport to expand wrestling, it was originally formed in 1986. It has since spread across Australia. In total 3 athletes from the Australia Wrestling company qualified for the olympics, Ivan Popov, Sahit Prizreni, Talgat Ilyasov. This shows how the people have embraced wrestle into our culture. Australian Wrestling now has associations in Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane,…

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  • Wrestling Influence

    The Influence of Wrestling To a lot of athletes, when they graduate high school, it is the last time that they will be involved in the sports they have grown up loving. To the select few who get the opportunity to participate in a college sport, their sport will have an impact on them for the rest of their lives. Ben Wilcox is a perfect example of how a sport has influenced his life. He has gone from wrestling as a student, to being a collegiate wrestler, ending up as a high school wrestling…

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  • Compare And Contrast Amigo Brothers

    ComparisonContrast EssayIn the short story "Amigo Brothers" by Piri Thomas two boys, Antonio andFelix, are forced to fight for the golden gloves that they both want. Bothboys are best friends and train together almost every day. Only one can winthe golden gloves and advance to become a bigger boxer. The fight mightharm their friendship but in the end they both are still friends despitethe fight. Both Antonia and Felix have many interesting differences andsimilarities. Antonio Cruz and Felix…

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  • Personal Narrative-Mayweather Vs. Mcgregor

    My thoughts on Mayweather vs McGregor So my initial reaction to this fight was that Conor had absolutely zero chance but then the press tour happened and I realize how much bigger Conor was than Floyd. I knew there was going to be a size difference but it was way more than I thought. So after the world tour I realized Conor is going to have a huge size advantage which he has had in most of his fights where he has overpowered all but one of his opponents. (That one being Nate Diaz) As the build…

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  • Compare And Contrast Wrestling And Boxing

    Wrestling and Boxing are two contact sports that have different ways of making contact, rules and have similar setups for their competitions In both Wrestling and Boxing physical contact between the opponents is made. In wrestling contact is made by using your bodyweight to maneuver your opponent where you need them to be. In boxing on the other hand contact is made with the force of a fist inside a padded glove. Although both sports have different types of contact each is made very specific…

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