2016 Freestyle World Cup

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2016 FREESTYLE WORLD CUP
JUNE 11-12, 2016 | The Forum | Inglewood, CA – Expanded coverage of the 2016 Freestyle World Cup. Be sure to check out all the action photos by clicking on the link below (it will take you to our Smugmug page). Posters, panoramas, and results can be found below.

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RESULTS

GOLD: IRAN (IRI) df. RUSSIA (RUS), 5-3 
57 kg – Hassan Sabzali RAHIMI (IRI) df. Gadzhimurad RASHIDOV (RUS), 3-3
61 kg – Masoud Mahmoud ESMAEILPOORJOUYBARI (IRI) df. Viktor RASSADIN (RUS), 12-6
65 kg – Magomed KURBANALIEV (RUS) df. Meysam Abolfazl NASIRI (IRI), 4-1
70 kg – Mostafa Mohabbali HOSSEINKHANI (IRI) df. Khalil AMINOV (RUS), 10-1
74 kg – Hassan Aliazam YAZDANICHARATI (IRI) df. Khetik TCABOLOV (RUS) by TF, 13-4
86 kg – Shamil KUDIIAMAGOMEDOV (RUS) df. Alireza Mohammad KARIMIMACHIANI (IRI), 6-3
97 kg – Abdusalam GADISOV (RUS) df. Amir Mohsen MOHAMMADI (IRI), 10-3
125 kg – Komeil Nemat GHASEMI (IRI) df. Muradin KUSHKHOV (RUS), 3-2

BRONZE: GEORGIA (GEO) df. UNITED STATES (USA), 4-4 
57 kg – Vladimer KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO) df. Daniel Paul DENNIS-KENGOTT (USA) by FALL, 8-6
61 kg – Beka LOMTADZE (GEO) df. Anthony Joseph RAMOS (USA), 8-5
65 kg – Frank Aniello MOLINARO (USA) df. Zurabi IAKOBISHVILI (GEO), 4-4
70 kg – James Malcolm GREEN (USA) df. Davit TLASHADZE (GEO) by TF, 10-0
74 kg – Alexander David DIERINGER (USA) df. Jakob MAKARASHVILI (GEO), 10-1
86 kg – Dato MARSAGISHVILI (GEO) df. J’Den Michael Tbory COX (USA), 7-4
97 kg – Kyle Frederick SNYDER (USA) df. Elizbar ODIKADZE (GEO), 3-3
125 kg – Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO) df. Zachery William REY (USA), 6-2

5th: AZERBAIJAN (AZE) df. MONGOLIA (MGL), 5-3 
57 kg – Makhmud MAGOMEDOV (AZE) df. Batbold SODNOMDASH (MGL) by TF, 11-0
61 kg – Akhmednabi GVARZATILOV (AZE) df. Tuvshintulga TUMENBILEG (MGL) by TF, 10-0
65 kg – Mandakhnaran GANZORIG (MGL) df. Magomed MUSLIMOV (AZE), 7-3
70 kg – Gadzhimurad OMAROV (AZE) df. Altangerel DORJTSEGMED (MGL), 6-5
74 kg – Unurbat PUREVJAV (MGL) df. Ashraf ALIYEV (AZE), 7-0
86 kg – Uitumen ORGODOL (MGL) df. Magomedgadzhi KHATIYEV (AZE) by FALL, 4-6
97 kg – Aslanbek ALBOROV (AZE) df. Khuderbulga DORJKHAND (MGL), 6-1
125 kg – Said GAMIDOV (AZE) df. Chuluunbat JARGALSAIKHAN (MGL), 6-2

7th: INDIA (IND) df. TURKEY (TUR), 4-3 
57 kg – Suleyman ATLI (TUR) df. Amit KUMAR (IND) by forfeit, 0-0
61 kg – Bajrang BAJRANG (IND) df. Mehmet SOYLER (TUR) by TF, 11-0
65 kg – Rajnesh RAJNEESH (IND) df. Servet COSKUN (TUR), 4-3
70 kg – Kumar Omprakash VINOD (IND) df. Selahattin KILICSALLAYAN (TUR), 10-9
74 kg – Parveen RANA (IND) df. Soner DEMIRTAS (TUR) by forfeit, 0-0
86 kg – Selim YASAR (TUR) df. Pawan KUMAR (IND) by TF, 10-0
97 kg – Muren Fikret MUTLU (TUR) df. Satywart KADIAN (IND) by Injury Default, 0-0
125 kg – Hitender HITENDER (IND) df. Taha AKGUL (TUR), 0-0

Final Placing Matchups:
1st Place: Russia vs. Iran
3rd Place: Georgia vs. United States
5th Place: Mongolia vs. Azerbaijan
7th Place: Turkey vs. India

Pool A, Round 6: Russia (RUS) defeated Turkey (TUR) 6-2
Russia concluded its pool competition with a dominating 6-2 victory over Turkey. Russia raced out to a commanding 5-0 lead before Turkey finally got on the scoreboard with a win at 86kg from World No.4 Selim YASAR. Muren Fikret MUTLU followed up Yasar’s win with another victory for Turkey. Turkey forfeited at heavyweight, and Russia took the 6-2 victory.

57 kg – Gadzhimurad RASHIDOV (RUS) df. Suleyman ATLI (TUR), 7-4
61 kg – Imam ADZHIEV (RUS) df. Mehmet SOYLER (TUR) by TF, 10-0
65 kg – Ilias BEKBULATOV (RUS) df. Burak DOGAN (TUR) by FALL, 7-2
70 kg – Radik VALIEV (RUS) df. Selahattin KILICSALLAYAN (TUR) by TF, 13-1
74 kg – Atsamaz SANAKOEV (RUS) df. Soner DEMIRTAS (TUR) by forfeit, 0-0
86 kg – Selim YASAR (TUR) df. Aleksandr Andreevitch ZELENKOV (RUS), 4-1
97 kg – Muren Fikret MUTLU (TUR) df. Adlan IBRAGIMOV (RUS), 0-0
125 kg – Pavel KRIVTSOV (RUS) df. Taha AKGUL (TUR) by forfeit, 0-0

Pool B, Round 6: Iran (IRI) defeated United States (USA) 4-4 (Criteria, 17-15)
The much-anticipated showdown between Iran and USA lived up to the hype. The teams split the eight matches, but it was Iran that finished two more classification points (17-15) to take the victory. Iran came out strong, winning the first two matches with No. 2 Hassan RAHIMI (57kg) and Masoud Mahmoud ESMAEILPOORJOUYBARI (61kg). USA got a big boost at 65kg as Frank MOLINARO came from behind to beat World No.7 Sayed Ahmad MOHAMMADI 4-3. World bronze medalist James GREEN followed up Molinaro’s win with a 5-2 victory to make the dual meet score 2-2 after four matches. At 74kg, World No.9 Hassan YAZDANI CHARATI brought the Iranians fans to their feet after a dominating performance. He used a four-point move in the first period on his way to a 10-0 technical fall over Alex DIERINGER. The Americans responded with a win from J’den Cox at 86kg. Cox, who beat the World No.3 Aleksander GOSTIEV of Azerbaijan yesterday, topped Alireza Mohammad KARIMIMACHIANI 6-2. World champion Kyle SNYDER kept the momentum on USA’s side with a dominating 8-1 victory at 97kg. With the match on the line, Iran’s Parviz Khodavirdi HADI BASMANJ registered a 3-1 victory over Olympic champion Jake VARNER to make the dual meet score 4-4 and give Iran the victory on criteria.

57 kg – Hassan Sabzali RAHIMI (IRI) df. Daniel Paul DENNIS-KENGOTT (USA), 7-2
61 kg – Masoud Mahmoud ESMAEILPOORJOUYBARI (IRI) df. Anthony Joseph RAMOS (USA), 8-2
65 kg – Frank Aniello MOLINARO (USA) df. Seyedahmad Seyedmahmoud MOHAMMADIPAHNEHKOLAEI (IRI), 4-3
70 kg – James Malcolm GREEN (USA) df. Mostafa Mohabbali HOSSEINKHANI (IRI), 5-2
74 kg – Hassan Aliazam YAZDANICHARATI (IRI) df. Alexander David DIERINGER (USA) by TF, 10-0
86 kg – J’Den Michael Tbory COX (USA) df. Alireza Mohammad KARIMIMACHIANI (IRI), 6-2
97 kg – Kyle Frederick SNYDER (USA) df. Abbas Mohammadtaher TAHAN (IRI), 8-1
125 kg – Parviz Khodavirdi HADI BASMANJ (IRI) df. Jacob Stephen VARNER (USA), 3-1

Pool A, Round 5: Georgia (GEO) defeats Mongolia (MGL), 4-4 (Criteria, 18-14)
World champion Vladimer KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO) picked up a 4-1 win over world bronze medalist Bekhbayar ERDENEBAT to get Georgia on the scoreboard first. Mongolia took the next two matches to grab a 2-1 lead. Two-time world bronze Mandakhnaran GANZORIG edged Zurabi IAKOBISHVILI 3-2 at 65kg.  World No.5 Davit TLASHADZE won for Georgia at 70kg. Mongolia then came back to win the next two matches and take a 4-2 lead with two matches remaining. Georgia’s Elizbar ODIKADZE earned a dominating technical fall (11-0) for Georgia. With Mongolia leading 4-3 heading into the final match, Two-time world bronze Geno PETRIASHVILI picked up an 11-0 technical fall win, making the dual meet score 4-4 and giving Georgia the win on criteria.

57 kg – Vladimer KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO) df. Bekhbayar ERDENEBAT (MGL), 4-1
61 kg – Tuvshintulga TUMENBILEG (MGL) df. Beka LOMTADZE (GEO), 4-4
65 kg – Mandakhnaran GANZORIG (MGL) df. Zurabi IAKOBISHVILI (GEO), 3-2
70 kg – Davit TLASHADZE (GEO) df. Altangerel DORJTSEGMED (MGL), 6-2
74 kg – Unurbat PUREVJAV (MGL) df. Jakob MAKARASHVILI (GEO), 5-4
86 kg – Uitumen ORGODOL (MGL) df. Sandro AMINASHVILI (GEO), 12-12
97 kg – Elizbar ODIKADZE (GEO) df. Khuderbulga DORJKHAND (MGL) by TF, 11-0
125 kg – Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO) df. Chuluunbat JARGALSAIKHAN (MGL) by TF, 11-0

Pool B, Round 5: Azerbaijan (AZE) defeated India (IND) 7-1
Azerbaijan had little trouble with India, winning seven of eight matches. After Azerbaijan received a forfeit at 57kg, India came back to win at 61kg with world fifth-place finisher Bajrang BAJRANG. It was all Azerbaijan the rest of the way. They swept the remaining six matches. The final two matches were forfeit victories for Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan finishes 1-2 in the pool, while India ends up 0-3.

57 kg – Makhmud MAGOMEDOV (AZE) df. Amit KUMAR (IND) by forfeit, 0-0
61 kg – Bajrang BAJRANG (IND) df. Jahid HASAN-ZADA (AZE), 9-3
65 kg – Magomed MUSLIMOV (AZE) df. Rajnesh RAJNEESH (IND), 4-0
70 kg – Gadzhimurad OMAROV (AZE) df. Kumar Omprakash VINOD (IND) by TF, 12-1
74 kg – Ashraf ALIYEV (AZE) df. Parveen RANA (IND) by TF, 10-0
86 kg – Magomedgadzhi KHATIYEV (AZE) df. Pawan KUMAR (IND), 6-1
97 kg – Aslanbek ALBOROV (AZE) df. Satywart KADIAN (IND) by Injury Default, 0-0
125 kg – Said GAMIDOV (AZE) df. Hitender HITENDER (IND) by forfeit, 0-0

Pool A, Round 4: Russia (RUS) defeated Mongolia (MGL) 6-2
Russia handled Mongolia, winninng six of eight matches. Bekhbayar ERDENEBAT gave Mongolia a 1-0 lead with a 5-3 victory in the opening match over Azamat TUSKAEV at 57kg. Russia would come back to win the next three matches to go up 3-1. Mongolia got a much-needed win at 74kg as World No.4 Unurbat PUREVJAV claimed a dominant 10-2 victory over Khetik TCABOLOV. Russia would close the door with victories in the final three matches to win 6-2.

57 kg – Bekhbayar ERDENEBAT (MGL) df. Azamat TUSKAEV (RUS), 5-3
61 kg – Viktor RASSADIN (RUS) df. Tuvshintulga TUMENBILEG (MGL), 11-3
65 kg – Ilias BEKBULATOV (RUS) df. Mandakhnaran GANZORIG (MGL), 7-5
70 kg – Khalil AMINOV (RUS) df. Batmagnai BATCHULUUN (MGL) by TF, 11-0
74 kg – Unurbat PUREVJAV (MGL) df. Khetik TCABOLOV (RUS), 10-2
86 kg – Shamil KUDIIAMAGOMEDOV (RUS) df. Uitumen ORGODOL (MGL), 7-0
97 kg – Abdusalam GADISOV (RUS) df. Khuderbulga DORJKHAND (MGL) by TF, 11-1
125 kg – Muradin KUSHKHOV (RUS) df. Chuluunbat JARGALSAIKHAN (MGL), 7-1

Pool B, Round 4: Iran defeated India (IND) 8-0
Iran blanked India 8-0. The Iranians got technical falls from Seyedahmad Seyedmahmoud MOHAMMADIPAHNEHKOLAEI (65kg), Hassan Aliazam YAZDANICHARATI (74kg), Alireza Mohammad KARIMIMACHIANI (86kg) and Abbas Mohammadtaher TAHAN (97kg). India forfeited 57kg and 125kg.

57 kg – Reza Ahmadali ATRINAGHARCHI (IRI) df. Amit KUMAR (IND) by forfeit, 0-0
61 kg – Masoud Mahmoud ESMAEILPOORJOUYBARI (IRI) df. Bajrang BAJRANG (IND), 4-2
65 kg – Seyedahmad Seyedmahmoud MOHAMMADIPAHNEHKOLAEI (IRI) df. Rajnesh RAJNEESH (IND) by TF, 12-0
70 kg – Mostafa Mohabbali HOSSEINKHANI (IRI) df. Kumar Omprakash VINOD (IND), 2-0
74 kg – Hassan Aliazam YAZDANICHARATI (IRI) df. Parveen RANA (IND) by TF, 12-2
86 kg – Alireza Mohammad KARIMIMACHIANI (IRI) df. Pawan KUMAR (IND) by TF, 10-0
97 kg – Amir Mohsen MOHAMMADI (IRI) df. Satywart KADIAN (IND) by TF, 12-1
125 kg – Parviz Khodavirdi HADI BASMANJ (IRI) df. Hitender HITENDER (IND) by forfeit, 0-0

Pool A, Round 3: Georgia (GEO) defeated Turkey (TUR) 7-1
Georgia proved to be too much for Turkey. The dual meet opened with world champion Vladimir KHINCHEGASHVILI picking up a dominant 11-2 victory over World No.10 Suleyman ATLI at 57kg. One of the more competitive matches took place at 70kg as World No.6 Davit TLASHADZE (GEO) used a turn in the closing seconds for a come-from-behind victory. Turkey’s lone bright spot came at 86kg where World No.4 Selim YASAR earned a shutout victory. Georgia earned a pin at 97kg and then took a forfeit at 125kg.

57 kg – Vladimer KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO) df. Suleyman ATLI (TUR), 11-2
61 kg – Beka LOMTADZE (GEO) df. Mehmet SOYLER (TUR), 12-4
65 kg – Zurabi IAKOBISHVILI (GEO) df. Burak DOGAN (TUR) by TF, 10-0
70 kg – Davit TLASHADZE (GEO) df. Selahattin KILICSALLAYAN (TUR), 8-6
74 kg – Jakob MAKARASHVILI (GEO) df. Soner DEMIRTAS (TUR) by forfeit, 0-0
86 kg – Selim YASAR (TUR) df. Sandro AMINASHVILI (GEO), 6-6
97 kg – Elizbar ODIKADZE (GEO) df. Muren Fikret MUTLU (TUR) by FALL, 6-3
125 kg – Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO) df. Taha AKGUL (TUR) by forfeit, 0-0

Pool B, Round 3: United States (USA) defeated Azerbaijan (AZE) 8-0
The United States was dominant from start to finish against Azerbaijan, earning an 8-0 shutout. After USA won the first three matches, the match at 65kg became extremely heated between Frank MOLINARO and Magomed MUSLIMOV. The American held on for the 4-1 victory. World bronze medalist James GREEN picked up his second 10-0 technical victory at 70kg. Alex DIERINGER, filling in for Olympic champion Jordan Burroughs, handled Ashraf ALIYEV 8-0 at 74kg. J’den COX claimed his second victory of the day at 86kg, beating World No.3 Alexander Taymurazovic GOSTIEV 3-2. The United States closed out the dual meet with victories from world champion Kyle SNYDER (97kg) and Olympic champion Jake VARNER (125kg).

57 kg – Daniel Paul DENNIS-KENGOTT (USA) df. Makhmud MAGOMEDOV (AZE) by TF, 10-0
61 kg – Anthony Joseph RAMOS (USA) df. Akhmednabi GVARZATILOV (AZE), 10-4
65 kg – Frank Aniello MOLINARO (USA) df. Magomed MUSLIMOV (AZE), 4-1
70 kg – James Malcolm GREEN (USA) df. Gadzhimurad OMAROV (AZE) by TF, 10-0
74 kg – Alexander David DIERINGER (USA) df. Ashraf ALIYEV (AZE), 8-0
86 kg – J’Den Michael Tbory COX (USA) df. Alexander Taymurazovic GOSTIEV (AZE), 3-2
97 kg – Kyle Frederick SNYDER (USA) df. Albazov ASLANBEK (AZE), 2-1
125 kg – Jacob Stephen VARNER (USA) df. Said GAMIDOV (AZE) by TF, 10-0

Pool A, Round 2: Russia (RUS) defeated Georgia (GEO) 4-4 (Criteria, 16-14)
In a tightly contested dual meet, Russia edged Georgia by criteria. The teams split the eight matches, but Russia finished with two more classification points. The dual meet started out with a battle of two wrestlers ranked in the top 10 in the world. 2015 world champion and No.1 Vladimir KHINCHEGASHVILI of Georgia earned a hard-fought 3-2 victory over World No.9 Gadzhimurad RASHIDOV of Russia at 57kg. Georgia kept the momentum, winning the next match at 61kg. World No.5 Magomed KURBANALIEV blanked Zurabi IAKOBISHVILI 6-0 at 65kg. At 70kg, World No.5 Davit TLASHADZE of Georgia cruised to a 13-4 win over Radik VALIEV of Russia. Russia then battled back, winning the next three matches, which included victories from Khetik TCABOLOV (74kg), Shamil KUDIIAMAGOMEDOV (86kg) and Abdusalam GADISOV. GADISOV was pushed hard, but hung on for a 10-9 victory. World No.1 Geno PETRIASHVILI won for Georgia at heavyweight, 4-0, but it wouldn’t be enough as Russia claimed the dual meet victory with more classification points.

57 kg – Vladimer KHINCHEGASHVILI (GEO) df. Gadzhimurad RASHIDOV (RUS), 3-2
61 kg – Beka LOMTADZE (GEO) df. Imam ADZHIEV (RUS), 4-1
65 kg – Magomed KURBANALIEV (RUS) df. Zurabi IAKOBISHVILI (GEO), 6-0
70 kg – Davit TLASHADZE (GEO) df. Radik VALIEV (RUS), 13-4
74 kg – Khetik TCABOLOV (RUS) df. Jumber KVELASHVILI (GEO) by TF, 10-0
86 kg – Shamil KUDIIAMAGOMEDOV (RUS) df. Dato MARSAGISHVILI (GEO), 9-3
97 kg – Abdusalam GADISOV (RUS) df. Elizbar ODIKADZE (GEO), 10-9
125 kg – Geno PETRIASHVILI (GEO) df. Muradin KUSHKHOV (RUS), 4-0

Pool B, Round 2: Iran (IRI) defeated Azerbaijan (AZE) 5-3
Hassan RAHIMI gave up the first point, and then dominated the rest of the way, picking up an 11-1 technical fall at 57kg. Iran would get wins from Behnam Eshagh EHSANPOOR (61kg) and Meysam Abolfazl NASIRI (65kg) to go up 3-0. Gadzhimurad OMAROV gave Azerbaijan its first victory with a 6-3 win at 70kg. The teams traded wins in the next two weight classes, with Iran winning at 74kg and Azerbaijan taking the match 86kg. At 97kg, Aslanbeck ALBOROV gave Azerbaijan a much-needed victory, which made the score 4-3 heading into the final match. World No.6 Komeil GHASEMI closed out the dual meet with a hard-fought 6-4 victory to give Iran the 5-3 win.

57 kg – Hassan Sabzali RAHIMI (IRI) df. Makhmud MAGOMEDOV (AZE) by TF, 11-1
61 kg – Behnam Eshagh EHSANPOOR (IRI) df. Akhmednabi GVARZATILOV (AZE), 2-2
65 kg – Meysam Abolfazl NASIRI (IRI) df. Magomed MUSLIMOV (AZE), 7-6
70 kg – Gadzhimurad OMAROV (AZE) df. Mostafa Mohabbali HOSSEINKHANI (IRI), 6-3
74 kg – Hassan Aliazam YAZDANICHARATI (IRI) df. Ashraf ALIYEV (AZE), 9-5
86 kg – Alexander Taymurazovic GOSTIEV (AZE) df. Alireza Mohammad KARIMIMACHIANI (IRI), 5-2
97 kg – Albazov ASLANBEK (AZE) df. Abbas Mohammadtaher TAHAN (IRI), 2-0
125 kg – Komeil Nemat GHASEMI (IRI) df. Said GAMIDOV (AZE), 5-4

Pool A, Round 1: Mongolia (MGL) defeated Turkey (TUR) 6-2
Suleyman ATLI gave Turkey a big boost in the opening match, getting a 10-0 technical fall over Bekhbayar ERDENEBAT in a battle of two wrestlers ranked in the top 10 in the world. But that would turn out to be one of the few bright spots for Turkey in the dual meet. Mongolia came back to win the next four matches and take a commanding 4-1 lead. Two-time world bronze medalist Mandakhnaran GANZORIG was especially dominant at 65kg, earning a 10-0 technical fall. Two-time world medalist Selim YASAR gave Turkey its second victory with a 10-3 win at 86kg. Mongolia would win at 97kg, and then pick up a forfeit at 125kg.

57 kg – Suleyman ATLI (TUR) df. Bekhbayar ERDENEBAT (MGL) by TF, 14-0
61 kg – Tuvshintulga TUMENBILEG (MGL) df. Mehmet SOYLER (TUR) by FALL, 14-0
65 kg – Mandakhnaran GANZORIG (MGL) df. Servet COSKUN (TUR) by TF, 10-0
70 kg – Batmagnai BATCHULUUN (MGL) df. Selahattin KILICSALLAYAN (TUR), 10-8
74 kg – Unurbat PUREVJAV (MGL) df. Soner DEMIRTAS (TUR) by forfeit, 0-0
86 kg – Selim YASAR (TUR) df. Uitumen ORGODOL (MGL), 10-3
97 kg – Khuderbulga DORJKHAND (MGL) df. Muren Fikret MUTLU (TUR), 8-2
125 kg – Chuluunbat JARGALSAIKHAN (MGL) df. Taha AKGUL (TUR) by forfeit, 0-0

Pool B, Round 1: United States (USA) defeated India (IND) 7-1
Team USA rolled from the start picking up a forfeit at 57kg, and then earning victories at 61kg, 65kg and 70kg to go up 4-0. Returning World bronze medalist James GREEN was impressive scoring with double leg takedowns and a leg lace to claim a 10-0 technical fall. India was able to get on the scoreboard at 74kg when Parveen RANA earned a narrow 5-4 victory over Alex DIERINGER, who is filling in for Olympic champion Jordan BURROUGHS. Olympian J’den COX cruised to a 13-2 technical fall at 86kg. World champion Kyle SNYDER earned a technical fall shutout at 97kg. Olympic champion Jake VARNER took a forfeit in the final match at 125kg.

57 kg – Daniel Paul DENNIS-KENGOTT (USA) df. Amit KUMAR (IND) by forfeit, 0-0
61 kg – Anthony Joseph RAMOS (USA) df. Bajrang BAJRANG (IND), 3-6
65 kg – Frank Aniello MOLINARO (USA) df. Rajnesh RAJNEESH (IND), 5-0
70 kg – James Malcolm GREEN (USA) df. Kumar Omprakash VINOD (IND) by TF, 10-0
74 kg – Parveen RANA (IND) df. Alexander David DIERINGER (USA), 5-4
86 kg – J’Den Michael Tbory COX (USA) df. Pawan KUMAR (IND) by TF, 13-2
97 kg – Kyle SNYDER (USA) df. Kadian SATYWART (IND) by TF, 10-0
125 kg – Jacob Stephen VARNER (USA) df. Hitender HITENDER (IND) by forfeit, 0-0