2019 Freakshow Wrestling Recap | Youth1

2019 Freakshow Wrestling Recap

The 2019 Freakshow took place earlier this month as more than 3,000 wrestlers from 40 states competed across all divisions. 

 

Leading the way in the 15 and under age group was 115-pound Hunter Bidelman who dominated his bracket by winning four of his six bouts by fall. He took home the title when he defeated Sabastian Bustamante of Empire Wrestling Club in the championship bout in 2:16. 

 

Next it was 130-pound Smokey McClure who put on a dominating performance as he pinned his way to the 130-pound championship. He won all five of his bouts by fall which included his gold medal match where he defeated Emery Holland in 1:24.

 

Finally it was 137-pound Ammar Khan who won four of his five bouts by fall which included his victory over top-seeded Isaias Jimenez of Bear Wrestling Club by first period fall in 1:16.

 

Here is a look at the top place winners in each of the 15 and under brackets. 

 

72-pounds

Abram Cline of UTB Wrestling used a sudden victory win to capture the 72-pound championship over Austin Paris of Team Utah by a score of 6-5. Capturing the bronze medal was Ronnie Ramirez of Pounders Wrestling Club who defeated Lander Bosh of Sanderson wrestling Academy 12-2. 

 

78-pounds 

Mack Mauger of Delcheve Trained Academy took home the 78-pound championships when he defeated Edwin Sierra of Arizona Grapplers Wrestling Club 7-3. Battling back for the bronze was Daniel Guerrero of Tucson Cyclones who won four straight bouts including a 4-2 sudden victory over Chris Harrison to win the third place prize. 

 

83-pounds

Winning the 83-pound championship was Nathan Carrillo of Tribe/Monster Garage as he defeated Luke Koenen of Wayzata 1-0. Koenen finished in third after he dropped the true second place bout to Christian Castillo of TWC 5-0. 

 

88-pounds

Javin Jackson-Bey of Whitted Trained won two of his five bouts by fall as he took home the 88-pound title with a 9-8 victory over Kade Blume. Blume went on to drop the true second place bout to Damian Moreno of K4K 3-2 and ended up with the bronze medal. 

 

95-pounds

Beric Jordan of East Valley Wrestling Club put on one of the strongest performances of the event as he posted a perfect 6-0 record. He won one bout by fall and the five others by tech-fall including the championship bout where he defeated Christian Garcia of Pounders 20-5. Garcia held onto the silver medal spot as he defeated Grigor Cholakyan of California Gladiators WC 1-0 in the true second place bout. 

 

102-pounds

Taking home the 102-pound top spot was Joseph Antonio of Sunkist Kids/Monster Garage as he defeated Dylan Pile of Bay Area Dragos 10-2 in the championship bout. Pile held onto the silver as he defeated Byrson Valdez of Stout Wrestling Academy 7-0 in the true second place match. 

 

109-pounds

Adrian Meza of Thorobred Wrestling Club posted a perfect 6-0 record which included his 11-1 major over Jason Mara of Dethrone in the championship bout. Mara secured the silver when he defeated Cater Schmidt of Team Montana in the true second place bout 3-1. 

 

115-pounds

Hunter Bidelman put on a dominating performance in the 115-pound bracket as he won four of his six bouts by fall. He took home the top spot when he defeated Sabastian Bustamante of Empire Wrestling Club in the championship bout in 2:16. Taking home the bronze was Jacob Myers of Mile High Wrestling Club as he defeated Brandon Eusebio of Rancho Bernardo Wrestling Club 7-0. 

 

123-pounds

Top-seeded Reggjie Raiz of The Empire took home the top spot in the 123-pound bracket as he defeated Erik McCown oc CVBJJ 2-0. McCown held onto the silver when he defeated consolation bracket winner Dorian Olivarez by fall in :22 in the true second place bout. 

 

130-pounds

Smokey McClure put on a dominating performance as he pinned his way to the 130-pound championship. He won all five of his bouts by fall which included his gold medal match where he defeated Emery Holland in 1:24. Taking home the silver was Holland who defeated Ramon Gulmatico of Lakewood 5-0. 

 

137-pounds

Ammar Khan won four of his five bouts by fall which included his victory over top-seeded Isaias Jimenez of Bear Wrestling Club. Khan defeated Jimenez by first period fall in 1:16. Jimenez held onto the silver when he defeated Matthew Ruacho of Red Wave Wrestling in the true second place match. 

 

144-pounds

Oscar Williams of Poway Elite won the 144-pound title when he defeated Moses Espinoza-Owens of Sanderson Wrestling Academy 4-3. After losing his first bout of the event, Caiden Williford of Far Nor Cal rattled off six straight victories to claim the bronze medal. He

 Defeated Arvin Khosravy 11-5 to win the consolation bracket. 

 

156-pounds

Kaleb Cordova of Safford Wrestling Club won the 156-pound gold with a 11-10 decision over Sonny Kling of CVBJJ. Kling held onto the silver as he defeated Marcus Espinoza-Owens of Sanderson Wrestling Academy 3-0 in the true second place bout. 

 

172-pounds

Winning the 172-pound title was Jacob Done of Stampede Wrestling Club as he defeated Daniel Lobos of Bakersfield Drillers 5-2. Dalton Reed of Team Aggression won the bronze medal with a victory by fall over Jarrett Huber East Valley WC in :58 seconds. 

 

190-pounds

Diego Costa of Yucaipa Wrestling won the 190-pound title with a 7-2 sudden victory over Kameron Mcbride Grindhouse Wrestling Club. Dalton Reed of Team Aggression won the bronze with a victory by fall over Benjamin Vega Sanchez of Far Nor Cal in 2:20. 

 

Heavyweight 

Taking home the top spot in the heavyweight division was Joshua Mccain of THOROBRED Wrestling Club as he defeated Miguel Perez of 208 Cougars in an ultimate tie breaker 1-0. Perez wound up with the bronze after he dropped the true second place bout to Richie Pena of Olympus Wrestling Club 1-0. 






 

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