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Monday, September 26, 2016
On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman discusses how catch wrestling can get to the next level and recapture its status as a major sport. Among the topics discussed are the crisis in the Olympic movement and in particular Olympic wrestling; the need for catch wrestling to steer clear of those more and more discredited organizations; the need for wrestling to make a fresh start; the need for the formation of democratically-run national federations and an international federation to assist catch wrestling in today's multi-billion dollar worldwide sports world; the need for real professional wrestling to be run professionally and by well-trained people; and more.
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