a badass mutherfucker who can kick ass and pushes himself to the limits of the physical and mental world.
hes been wrestling in this tournament and he broke his nose collar bone , hes tired, sore and his g/f just broke up with him. but he just got 1st place so fuck off bitch
Something some people spend a few years learning, and a life time appriciating. Most people refer to it as a "gay" sport for men to rub against each other. But find that if they indeed wrestled themselves, they would appriciate it so much more if it was in their life, no matter how much they hated it, or liked it.
The wrestler won the State Championship 2 years in a row, and would always remember it.
one who trains like a maniac to have the power to force his opponents body into the shape of a pretezel and gentley pen him into a soft mat where his mommy can tuck him in
we Wrestlers train 3 hours a day 7 days a week and 365 days of the year for a 6 min match... you think u can handle it?!
not boxers but the other white brief
Carl preferred wearing wrestlers to boxers ....or depends.
Is composed of pure mental and physical strength beyond all others. trained in the most basic and raw form of fighting and has the determination and courage to achieve the "impossible".
Jake Herbert- folkstyle wrestler
The last person you want to mess with in high school. Mistakenly taken as a homo because ALL the football, and basketball players a too pussy to actually fight them so in order to save their asses they post stupid shit on the internet to try to degrade them. Wrestlers are really loyal to their friends, especially their girlfriends. They will participate in any match or tournament even if they are ill or injured.
Guy #1: See that homo over there?
Guy #2: He's a wrestler...mad gay
Girl: Thats my boyfriend...you two are dead...
Loud speaker: Guy #1 and Guy #2 had been found dead after insulting a wrestler. Both of them were beaten into a coma.
Wrestlers are by definition the most physically tough, mentally determined and, perhaps, the most insane athletes ever. The true wrestler respects all their fellows, on and off the mat. We know struggle, defeat, victory, hunger, longing, grit, strength, weakness, endless training, sweat, even more sweat, pain, refusal, submission. It is these things that drive us, no more, no less.
Pure love for our sport that no one understands, and quiet acceptance that our sport has, and will forever out last all others.
Spectator: Wow that athlete is amazing.
Coach: Yes, he has the heart and soul of a wrestler. All the other wrestlers look up to him.