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And while Arthur took up the tale, for the twentieth time, of his adventure with the drunken hoodlums on the ferry-boat and of how Martin Eden had rushed in and rescued him, that individual, with frowning brows, meditated upon the fool he had made of himself, and wrestled more determinedly with the problem of how he should conduct himself toward these people.
He's wrestled in the music halls in London with Hackenschmidt.
Have I not told you,' said the other fiercely, 'that I have striven and wrestled with the power that brought me here?
I had it by the barrel, and we wrestled for it all ends up for a minute or more.
In total, the USA has wrestled in Iran 10 more times since that 1998 event.
Ron Munoz also wrestled for Canoga Park, which had planned to shut down its wrestling program by the time Steve Munoz entered 10th grade.
There are a number of fairly successful wrestling coaches who never wrestled as youngsters, and plenty of successful judo coaches who've never competed in a judo tournament.
I always wrestled my dad and brother when I was little," says Maija.
After his release from the Navy, he wrestled as "Sailor" Fred Blassie and Fred McDaniels - as part of a "brother" tag team with Billy McDaniels -- before winning the Southern heavyweight championship in 1954.
Having wrestled on five continents for the better part of two decades, Foley has subjected his body to unthinkable punishment as a means of creating a life for himself and his family.
When he started in his twenties, Borden wrestled for $50 per match, sacrificing everything for a profession that traditionally has eaten its young.
2 seed, wrestled his way back through the consolation round to take fifth place.
Blackwell's father, Mike, wrestled on Royal's 1978 and 1979 league- championship teams.
Field locked himself around that six, wrestled it to the ground and didn't let up until he turned it into a four.