Asian Wrestling championship

Farsheed

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fter Iran's GR wrestlers dominated the competition, the FS wrestlers (this is their B team) did not do so well in the first day.

While they medaled in every weight, they have zero golds so far. Perhaps the most disappointing loss was Nassiri losing to Berjang in 65 KG. I believe Nassiri had teched Berjang in their previous match.

Let's hope for a better day 2! Iran has won this competition 3 years in a row, and it would be a shame for the streak to end.



Men`s Freestyle - 57
1st Place - Yuki Takahashi of JPN
2nd Place - Zanabazar Zandanbud of MGL
3rd Place - Reza Ahmadali Atrinagharchi of IRI
3rd Place - Nurislam (Artas) Sanayev (sanaa) of KAZ
5th Place - Sunggwon Kim of KOR
5th Place - Ulukbek Zholdoshbekov of KGZ
1st Place Match
1st Place Match - Yuki Takahashi (JPN) won by decision over Zanabazar Zandanbud (MGL) (Dec 7-1)
3rd Place Match
3rd Place Match - Reza Ahmadali Atrinagharchi (IRI) won by decision over Sunggwon Kim (KOR) (Dec 5-4)
3rd Place Match
3rd Place Match - Nurislam (Artas) Sanayev (sanaa) (KAZ) won by decision over Ulukbek Zholdoshbekov (KGZ) (Dec 7-2)

Men`s Freestyle - 65
1st Place - Bajrang Bajrang of IND
2nd Place - Seungchul Lee of KOR
3rd Place - Masakazu Kamoi of JPN
3rd Place - Meisam Abolfazl Nasiri of IRI
5th Place - Chamara Milinda P Weerasinghege of SRI
5th Place - Kukgwang Kim of PRK
1st Place Match
1st Place Match - Bajrang Bajrang (IND) won by decision over Seungchul Lee (KOR) (Dec 6-2)
3rd Place Match
3rd Place Match - Masakazu Kamoi (JPN) won by tech fall over Chamara Milinda P Weerasinghege (SRI) (TF 10-0)
3rd Place Match
3rd Place Match - Meisam Abolfazl Nasiri (IRI) won by decision over Kukgwang Kim (PRK) (Dec 7-2)
Men`s Freestyle - 74
1st Place - Bekzod Abdurakhmonov of UZB
2nd Place - Muslim Evlaev of KGZ
3rd Place - Chongyao Zhang of CHN
3rd Place - Bahman M Teymouri of IRI
5th Place - Panadurage S U Fernando of SRI
5th Place - Tsubasa Asai of JPN
1st Place Match
1st Place Match - Bekzod Abdurakhmonov (UZB) won by decision over Muslim Evlaev (KGZ) (Dec 6-0)
3rd Place Match
3rd Place Match - Chongyao Zhang (CHN) won by fall over Panadurage S U Fernando (SRI) (Fall 0:36)
3rd Place Match
3rd Place Match - Bahman M Teymouri (IRI) won by tech fall over Tsubasa Asai (JPN) (TF 10-0)
Men`s Freestyle - 97
1st Place - Magomed Idrisovitch Ibragimov of UZB
2nd Place - Hossein Lotfali Shahbazigazvar of IRI
3rd Place - Minwon Seo of KOR
3rd Place - Magomed Musaev of KGZ
5th Place - Naoya Akaguma of JPN
5th Place - Batzul Ulziisaikhan of MGL
1st Place Match
1st Place Match - Magomed Idrisovitch Ibragimov (UZB) won by decision over Hossein Lotfali Shahbazigazvar (IRI) (Dec 6-4)
3rd Place Match
3rd Place Match - Minwon Seo (KOR) won by decision over Naoya Akaguma (JPN) (Dec 4-3)
3rd Place Match
3rd Place Match - Magomed Musaev (KGZ) won by decision over Batzul Ulziisaikhan (MGL) (Dec 7-2)



 

Babr

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Is there any great potential to replace the big names in GR side?
I didn't follow this tournament and just saw some new faces...
 

Farsheed

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Is there any great potential to replace the big names in GR side?
I didn't follow this tournament and just saw some new faces...
In GR, there is a definite need to replace the stars, since most have retired or are retiring. Iran looked good in world cup, barely losing the Russian A team, and had a good showing in Asia, at least in the heavier weights

In FS, we have a good A team (I think the A team will be wrestling in the islamic games soon), and this is a good chance to test some of the potential replacements.

Shahbazigazvar, who just won silver in the 97 Kg, is a recent Juniors world champion, and has a good future ahead of him
 

Babr

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In GR, there is a definite need to replace the stars, since most have retired or are retiring. Iran looked good in world cup, barely losing the Russian A team, and had a good showing in Asia, at least in the heavier weights

In FS, we have a good A team (I think the A team will be wrestling in the islamic games soon), and this is a good chance to test some of the potential replacements.

Shahbazigazvar, who just won silver in the 97 Kg, is a recent Juniors world champion, and has a good future ahead of him
Thanks, so last year there wasn't any World Championship because of Olympics, right?

I guess this year World Champ is a good place to give these young stars a chance.
 

Farsheed

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yes, there are no world championships during the Olympic year.

World cup, world championship, Asian Championship, Yarigyn grand Prix are the premier tournaments each year

To a lesser extend Takhti cup is a good place to test new wrestlers
 

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In GR, there is a definite need to replace the stars, since most have retired or are retiring. Iran looked good in world cup, barely losing the Russian A team, and had a good showing in Asia, at least in the heavier weights

In FS, we have a good A team (I think the A team will be wrestling in the islamic games soon), and this is a good chance to test some of the potential replacements.

Shahbazigazvar, who just won silver in the 97 Kg, is a recent Juniors world champion, and has a good future ahead of him
I am getting the rules down in GR and notice the gene pool is not as big as FS wrestling but that is natural. Also, even with Iran's B squad they can win who cares about Asian GR anyways? No major players like Russia A, USA A or Azerbaijan A. Which is why only Olympics and the World Championships count. To me Asia GR or FSR is just armature hour at the Apollo, a nice, cute little tourney, a warm up. How did the B squad look I missed it huge grappling fan Gracie Brazilian Jiu Jitsu purple belt here. The fundamentals of BJJ and koshti are the same, one sets up their opponent with footwork, the Iranians and Russians are MASTERS at that, I am covered.
 

Babr

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So 1 silver and 2 bronzes from the first day and today 3 weights made it to semi-final so far, not bad..


احسان***پور، کریمی و محبی به نیمه***نهایی رسیدند



سه کشتی***گیر کشورمان به مرحله نیمه نهایی رقابت***های کشتی آزاد قهرمانی آسیا راه یافتند.
به گزارش "ورزش سه" و به نقل از تسنیم، در وزن 61 کیلوگرم بهنام احسان پور پس از استراحت در دور اول در دور دوم با نتیجه 11 بر صفر جی هون یون از کره جنوبی را شکست داد وی در دور بعد و در مرحله نیمه نهایی به مصاف دولت نیازبیکوف دارنده مدال برنز جهان و قهرمان آسیا از قزاقستان می رود.


در وزن 70 کیلوگرم حامد رشیدی در دور نخست مقابل ین لو از چین با نتیجه 10 بر صفر به پیروزی رسید وی در دور بعد مقابل اختیار نورزاف دارنده مدال برنز المپیک و نقره جهان از ازبکستان در یک کشتی نزدیک با نتیجه 9 بر 8 شکست خورد. وی باید منتظر حضور این کشتی گیر در دیدار فینال باشد تا در گروه بازنده ها برای کسب مدال برنز به کار خود ادامه دهد.


در وزن 86 کیلوگرم علیرضا کریمی در دور اول با نتیجه 11 بر صفر نایریسیگا از چین را شکست داد. وی در دور بعد مقابل گوانگ اوک کیم از کره جنوبی با نتیجه 7 بر صفر به پیروزری رسید. کریمی در دور سوم و در مرحله نیمه نهایی به مصاف اونوربات پوریجاو دارنده مدال نقره جهان از مغولستان می***رود.


در وزن 125 کیلوگرم یداله محبی در کشتی نخست مقابل های شانگ از چین با نتیجه 11 بر صفر به پیروزی سید وی در دور دوم مقابل زولبو ناتساگسورن از مغولستان با نتیجه 3 بر یک به پیروزی رسید و به مرحله نیمه نهایی راه یافت. محبی در این مرحله به مصاف برنده کشتی میان کانگ جین نام از کره جنوبی و آیبک کاسمانبتوف از قرقیزستان برود.
کشتی
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http://www.varzesh3.com/news/1415613/احسان‌پور،-کریمی-و-محبی-به-نیمه‌نهایی-رسیدند
 

Farsheed

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So 1 silver and 2 bronzes from the first day and today 3 weights made it to semi-final so far, not bad..


احسان***پور، کریمی و محبی به نیمه***نهایی رسیدند



سه کشتی***گیر کشورمان به مرحله نیمه نهایی رقابت***های کشتی آزاد قهرمانی آسیا راه یافتند.
به گزارش "ورزش سه" و به نقل از تسنیم، در وزن 61 کیلوگرم بهنام احسان پور پس از استراحت در دور اول در دور دوم با نتیجه 11 بر صفر جی هون یون از کره جنوبی را شکست داد وی در دور بعد و در مرحله نیمه نهایی به مصاف دولت نیازبیکوف دارنده مدال برنز جهان و قهرمان آسیا از قزاقستان می رود.


در وزن 70 کیلوگرم حامد رشیدی در دور نخست مقابل ین لو از چین با نتیجه 10 بر صفر به پیروزی رسید وی در دور بعد مقابل اختیار نورزاف دارنده مدال برنز المپیک و نقره جهان از ازبکستان در یک کشتی نزدیک با نتیجه 9 بر 8 شکست خورد. وی باید منتظر حضور این کشتی گیر در دیدار فینال باشد تا در گروه بازنده ها برای کسب مدال برنز به کار خود ادامه دهد.


در وزن 86 کیلوگرم علیرضا کریمی در دور اول با نتیجه 11 بر صفر نایریسیگا از چین را شکست داد. وی در دور بعد مقابل گوانگ اوک کیم از کره جنوبی با نتیجه 7 بر صفر به پیروزری رسید. کریمی در دور سوم و در مرحله نیمه نهایی به مصاف اونوربات پوریجاو دارنده مدال نقره جهان از مغولستان می***رود.


در وزن 125 کیلوگرم یداله محبی در کشتی نخست مقابل های شانگ از چین با نتیجه 11 بر صفر به پیروزی سید وی در دور دوم مقابل زولبو ناتساگسورن از مغولستان با نتیجه 3 بر یک به پیروزی رسید و به مرحله نیمه نهایی راه یافت. محبی در این مرحله به مصاف برنده کشتی میان کانگ جین نام از کره جنوبی و آیبک کاسمانبتوف از قرقیزستان برود.
کشتی
Source:V3

http://www.varzesh3.com/news/1415613/احسان‌پور،-کریمی-و-محبی-به-نیمه‌نهایی-رسیدند
Iran had a much better second day, and ended up winning the championship, here are the final results

[h=3]Men's freestyle[edit][/h][TABLE="class: wikitable plainrowheaders"]
[TR]
[TH="align: center"]Event[/TH]
[TH="colspan: 1, align: center"]Gold[/TH]
[TH="colspan: 1, align: center"]Silver[/TH]
[TH="colspan: 1, align: center"]Bronze[/TH]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]57 kg[/TD]
[TD]Yuki Takahashi
Japan[/TD]
[TD]Zandanbudyn Zanabazar
Mongolia[/TD]
[TD]Reza Atri
Iran[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]Nurislam Sanayev
Kazakhstan[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]61 kg[/TD]
[TD]Behnam Ehsanpour
Iran[/TD]
[TD]Han Song Kim
North Korea[/TD]
[TD]Daulet Niyazbekov
Kazakhstan[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]Rei Higuchi
Japan[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]65 kg[/TD]
[TD]Bajrang Punia
India[/TD]
[TD]Lee Seung-chul
South Korea[/TD]
[TD]Masakazu Kamoi
Japan[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]Meisam Nassiri
Iran[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]70 kg[/TD]
[TD]Akzhurek Tanatarov
Kazakhstan[/TD]
[TD]Ikhtiyor Navruzov
Uzbekistan[/TD]
[TD]Hamed Houshang Rashidi
Iran[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]Momojiro Nakamura
Japan[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]74 kg[/TD]
[TD]Bekzod Abdurakhmonov
Uzbekistan[/TD]
[TD]Muslim Evlaev
Kyrgyzstan[/TD]
[TD]Zhang Chongyao
China[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]Bahman Teymouri
Iran[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]86 kg[/TD]
[TD]Alireza Karimi
Iran[/TD]
[TD]Azamat Dauletbekov
Kazakhstan[/TD]
[TD]Umidjon Isamanov
Uzbekistan[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]Pürevjavyn Önörbat
Mongolia[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]97 kg[/TD]
[TD]Magomed Ibragimov
Uzbekistan[/TD]
[TD]Hossein Shahbazi
Iran[/TD]
[TD]Seo Min-won
South Korea[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]Magomed Musaev
Kyrgyzstan[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]125 kg[/TD]
[TD]Yadollah Mohebi
Iran[/TD]
[TD]Sumit
India[/TD]
[TD]Taiki Yamamoto
Japan[/TD]
[/TR]
[TR]
[TD]Natsagsürengiin Zolboo
Mongolia[/TD]
[/TR]
[/TABLE]
 

Babr

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Thanks for the update Farseed jan. As it was expected Iran did well on second day then.
 

TeamMeli

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Thank you for the updates and Farsheed jan can you post some vids of the champions? I watch a ton of MMA, Krav Maga, BJJ, boxing MT and even koshti to help my game out, greatly appreciate it! I LOVE this stuff you guys knwo that. I never did koshti but i bet you with my genetics and BJJ purple belt background, I would pick it up in no time, be it free style or greco roman. Of coruse I know GR is more hand to hand and no legs really or take downs like FS. The main thing is Iranians and Russians(check and checksi) like to set you up by good footwork. I got that with boxing and MT, I am so happy my parents put me in martial arts as a kid. Of course I didn't get athletic until about Jr year of high school but the fundamentals were there. Back in the 80s, kids took one thing say Karate, TKD, Kung fu, now it is all mixed. Can't wait to take special police miltiary krav maga(not for civilians) hope I get this job at Indian Springs st Corrections, Damet garm hanvatans! They don't have the resources as other nations but still kick buttski through Gerayat baby! I have that Garayat part through the Azar side. Lov eyou guys love koshti and combat, it is the ultimate physical chess match baby! You got to be one or two steps ahead of your opponent. If there EVER is a regime change, I would LOVE to be a martial arts coach for say the judo team(BJJ background) but would LOVE to teach Iranians the ART OF STRIKING. We are lagging in that dept, just honest observation but of course not everyone. You can find good strikers anywhere, it is just not emphasized like it is in say USA or Russia.