Wrestling is a dueling combat sport where two opponents spar in attempt to pin down each other down through strength and agility. Wrestling has been considered a sport for thousands of years, and is even included in Egyptian hieroglyphs, Greek mythology, and the Old Testament of the Bible. As a combative sport, wrestling contains multiple techniques such as takedowns, pins, joint locks, and a multitude of holds used in order to win. As a variation of the traditional freestyle wrestling, professional wrestling is more theatrical and performative with notable wrestlers such as John Cena and Hulk Hogan.

How is wrestling scored?

There are multiple ways to earn points ranging from 2 points all the way to 6 points: pins, forfeits, disqualification, injury, technical fouls, and majority decision are all ways you can score various points for your team or individually.

How do you lose weight for wrestling?

Losing weight for wrestling will consist of drinking plenty of water and lowering your food intake and fats in your diet. Other than dieting correctly, cardio and working out consistently will help you lose weight and still maintain muscle to perform better in wrestling.

When is the wrestling season?

The wrestling season usually lasts between October or November and March. Daily play for the season starts at the end of October or early November and lasts until February. Whether the individual or team make it into the post-season, expect the season to last from February to March.

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150 lb | 68 kg
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Kurt Angle
Set of scaled height illustrations of various amateur wrestlers compared to Kurt Angle

Kurt Angle, is a retired American professional wrestler and actor considered one of the top 15 college wrestlers of all time. He won the 1995 World Wrestling Championship and in the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics, won the Freestyle Wrestling gold medal. Kurt Angle is one of the 4 wrestlers to complete an amateur Wrestling Grand Slam, winning at the Junior Nationals, the NCAA, the World Championships, and the Olympics. He is known for performing two finishing maneuvers at the end of his matches - the Olympic Slam and Ankle lock. Kurt Angle retired from professional Wrestling in April of 2019.

Kurt Angle has a height of 6’0” (1.83 m) and wrestled at a weight of 220 lb (100 kg).

Set of illustrations of Kurt Angle in various wrestling poses measured with overall height
Kurt Angle, is a retired American professional wrestler and actor considered one of the top 15 college wrestlers of all time. He won the 1995 World Wrestling Championship and in the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics, won the Freestyle Wrestling gold medal.

Kurt Angle has a height of 6’0” (1.83 m) and wrestled at a weight of 220 lb (100 kg).

Set of illustrations of Kurt Angle in various wrestling poses measured with overall height
Kurt Angle
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6’0” | 1.83 m
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220 lb | 100 kg
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Nationality: United States

Years Active: 1988-1996 (Amateur); 1998-2019 (Pro)

Birthday
December 9, 1968

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Kurt Angle standing, stance, wrestling

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Kevin Jackson
Group of scaled height illustrations of various amateur wrestlers compared to Kevin Jackson

Kevin Jackson is an American former wrestler who is considered one of the best Freestyle Wrestlers in the history Wrestling in the United States. Kevin Jackson won the Olympic gold medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, is a 2-time World Champion, and a 3-time World Cup gold medalist. Kevin Jackson also participated in mixed martial arts in 1997, retired a year later. He has worked extensively as a Wrestling coach and was the freestyle coach at the Olympic Training Center and the head coach of the U.S. Army team at Fort Carson from 1998 to 2001. Kevin Jackson retired professionally in 1998.

Kevin Jackson has a height of 5’10” (1.78 m) and wrestled at a weight of 181 lb (82 kg).

Series of elevation drawings of Kevin Jackson in wrestling positions measured with overall height
Kevin Jackson is an American former wrestler who is considered one of the best Freestyle Wrestlers in the history Wrestling in the United States. Kevin Jackson won the Olympic gold medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, is a 2-time World Champion, and a 3-time World Cup gold medalist.

Kevin Jackson has a height of 5’10” (1.78 m) and wrestled at a weight of 181 lb (82 kg).

Series of elevation drawings of Kevin Jackson in wrestling positions measured with overall height
Kevin Jackson
Height:
5’10” | 1.78 m
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Weight:
181 lb | 82 kg
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Nationality: United States

Years Active: 1991-1997

Birthday
November 25, 1964

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Kevin Jackson standing, stance, wrestling

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Dave Schultz
Scaled height comparison drawings of Dave Schultz compared to other amateur wrestlers

Dave Schultz was an American wrestler and a 7-time world and Olympic Gold medalist. He won 10 Senior Wrestling National titles over the span of 19 years at 3 different weight divisions. Dave Schultz was an assistant coach at the University of Oklahoma, Stanford University, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition to coaching college teams, he also coached teams privately. Dave Schultz was tragically murdered by John Eleuthère du Pont in 1996 at the age of 36. After his death his wife founded the Dave Schultz Wrestling Club which trained and sponsored Wrestling athletes until its closing in 2005.

Dave Schultz had a height of 5’8” (1.73 m) and wrestled at a weight of 163 lb (74 kg).

Set of illustrations of Dave Schultz in various wrestling poses measured with overall height
Dave Schultz was an American wrestler and a 7-time world and Olympic Gold medalist. He won 10 Senior Wrestling National titles over the span of 19 years at 3 different weight divisions. Dave Schultz was an assistant coach for colleges while also coaching privately.

Dave Schultz had a height of 5’8” (1.73 m) and wrestled at a weight of 163 lb (74 kg).

Set of illustrations of Dave Schultz in various wrestling poses measured with overall height
Dave Schultz
Height:
5’8” | 1.73 m
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Weight:
163 lb | 74 kg
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Nationality: United States

Years Active: 1980-1995

Death: January 26, 1996

Birthday
June 6, 1959

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Dave Schultz standing, stance, wrestling

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Dan Gable
Set of scaled height illustrations of various amateur wrestlers compared to Dan Gable

Dan Gable is an American former wrestler and coach, considered one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time. Dan Gable is also a 2-time NCAA Division I national champion and became an Olympic gold medalist at the 1972 Munich Summer Olympics. While in college he competed in Folkstyle Wrestling and also competed internationally in Freestyle Wrestling. After Wrestling professionally, he became a coach from 1967 to 1997 at the University of Iowa and was the head coach of 3 Olympic teams. During his coaching years he won 21 Big Ten Conference championships and 15 NCAA Division I titles. Dan Gable retired in 1997.

Dan Gable has a height of 5’9” (1.75 m) and wrestled at a weight of 150 lb (68 kg).

Collection of drawings of Dan Gable measured with overall height
Dan Gable is an American former wrestler and coach, considered one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time. Dan Gable is also a 2-time NCAA Division I national champion and became an Olympic gold medalist at the 1972 Munich Summer Olympics. While in college he competed in Folkstyle and Freestyle.

Dan Gable has a height of 5’9” (1.75 m) and wrestled at a weight of 150 lb (68 kg).

Collection of drawings of Dan Gable measured with overall height
Dan Gable
Height:
5’9” | 1.75 m
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Length:
Depth:
Weight:
150 lb | 68 kg
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Nationality: United States

Years Active: 1971-1973

Birthday
October 25, 1948

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Dan Gable standing, stance, wrestling

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Wrestling Mat
Scaled side elevation illustration the Wrestling Mat with fighters and measurements

A Wrestling Mat is a standard sports surface used in Amateur Wrestling and combat training sports. The mat is available in a variety of thicknesses and composed of high-density foam which allows maximum impact absorption hence reduces risk of injuries by offering excellent protection. A standard wrestling mat used in the Olympics must be easy to clean, durable, with a superior shock absorption capacity and for multi-sport use. Wrestling mat is most often used indoors and may be covered with anti--slip and static electricity PVC covers which help avoid unnecessary injuries to athletes.

Wrestling Mats have a regulated diameter of 29.53’ (9 m) and a competition area of 684 ft² (63.5 m²). Located at the center of the competition mat is a central circle with a diameter of 39.37” (1 m). A Passivity Zone, or Red Zone, of 39.37” (1 m) borders the competition area as a warning to wrestlers of their position on the mat.

Top view drawing of a Wrestling Mat measured with length and width
A Wrestling Mat is a standard sports surface used in Amateur Wrestling and combat training sports. The mat is available in a variety of thicknesses and composed of high-density foam which allows maximum impact absorption hence reduces risk of injuries by offering excellent protection.

Wrestling Mats have a regulated diameter of 29.53’ (9 m) and a competition area of 684 ft² (63.5 m²). Located at the center of the competition mat is a central circle with a diameter of 39.37” (1 m). A Passivity Zone, or Red Zone, of 39.37” (1 m) borders the competition area as a warning to wrestlers of their position on the mat.

Top view drawing of a Wrestling Mat measured with length and width
Wrestling Mat
Height:
1.25”-2” | 31.8-50.8 mm
Width:
29.53’ | 9 m (Diameter)
Length:
29.53’ | 9 m (Diameter)
Depth:
Weight:
Area:
684 ft² | 63.5 m² (Contest)

Central Circle Diameter: 39.37” | 1 m
Central Circle Thickness: 4” | 10 cm
Passivity Zone (Red Zone): 39.37” | 1 m
Overall Width: 39.37’ | 12 m
Total Competition Area: 1550 ft² | 144 m²
Surface Materials: Polyurethane or rubber foam

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