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Mongolian Meltdown

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Yeah it also got play on TV. Thanks NBC for taking the time to highlight the positive in the sport.

 

 

On a side note im seeing that it maybe customary in traditional Mongolian society to offer up the offender all your possession as a way of showing disappointments you feel someone you trust has wronged you. Maybe they shouldn't do this down to their underwear on an international stage though.

Edited by MattM

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I could see something like this happening at an NECC meet, especially with a couple father-son match-ups this year! Wouldn't surprise me if it happened at the seeding meeting either.

 

:lol:  :lol:  :lol:

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Question is......  Does anyone here think that was a legit call?  Maybe to the letter of the rules, but there was no reason to make that call IMO.  I saw a few other wrestlers do pretty much the same thing minus the arm movements.  They ran away the last few seconds.  I used to be an official in other sports and the good officials always understood when to make a call and when it simply wasn't necessary and had no effect on the game.  Surely I am not the only one?

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According to the rule book the ref is supposed to stop the match and give basically a stern warning before penalizing.

 

I just don't see any real difference between that, laying on top of a guy or if on the bottom just laying out flat (freestyle) or curling up in a ball (folkstyle).  You see guys "run" all the time in the final seconds.  Sometimes referees (in all sports) just can't help but make themselves part of the contest.

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Be sure to go commando...

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for those that know Fabio on a personal level know that he doesn't own a pair of underwear so commando is the only way he goes..............says this cuts down on time for stuff (unknown what stuff but I hear his snap chat stories are lit.....!!!!!)

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