The COVID-19 pandemic was (and still) is devastating in so many ways. It brought all sports and many other aspects of our daily life to a screeching halt. The wrestling world was not immune to this sudden and prolonged stoppage.
From March to December 2020, the sport was struggling mightily, and opportunities to get on the mat to scrap were limited.
With increasingly strict pandemic-related protocols and procedures in place across the country for the majority of 2020, the wrestling community had to get creative and collaborative.
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