International Wrestling

2019 World Championships: Day Seven Bracket Breakdown and Predictions (MFS 70, 74, 92 and 125kg)

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photo courtesy of Richard Immel

Day Six of the World Championships continues tomorrow from Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan and with it brings the first full day of men’s freestyle. Four weights will be contested with two of them being Olympic weights. Anyone that finishes in the top five qualifies their country for the 2020 Olympics. For each day of the competition, we’ll do a bracket breakdown for the action that will take place on the following day. With tomorrow’s bracket having been released, here’s what we can expect from the next four men’s freestyle weights.

70 kg - James Green’s fifth World Championship will start on the top half of the 70 kg bracket in the Round of 32. His first opponent is Canada’s Vincent DeMarinis. Vincent has spent most of the last four years competing down at 65 kg’s. In 2019, he was seventh at the Grand Prix of Spain and 11th at the City of Sassari Tournament. This will be his first Senior World Championship event. 

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