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Thesis statement Free style Professional Greko Roman and Collegiant wrestling have very different rules and styles I Free style wrestling A Rules B Style II Professional wrestling A Rules B Style III Greko Roman wrestling A Rules B Style IV Collegiant wrestling A Rules B Style Wrestling is broken into four different types based on rules and style Free style Professional Greko Roman and Collegiant Free style is usually started after school is let out for the summer The rules of Free style wrestling are pretty simple Both wrestlers start in the standing position for all three rounds Each round is two minutes long and the person with the most points at the end of the third round wins Free style wrestling is done on a mat approximately two inches thick and is half the size of a basketball court The out of bounds area on the mat is marked by a circle so no one gets hurt by being thrown off the mat There are several ways to score points takedowns throws and pins Takedowns are when one wrestler has the other wrestler under control on the mat all four extremities are touching the mat In Free style after a takedown both wrestlers start back at the standing position Takedowns are worth one point because using the legs is not favorable in Free style Throws are exactly what is sounds like one wrestler throws the other one Two to four points can be awarded depending on the height of the throw The higher the more points After a throw both wrestlers start back at the standing position A pin in Free style is when one wrestlers shoulder blades roll on the mat You do not have to hold a wrestler down for a count of three to get a pin in Free style Free style is basically practice for the Collegiant wrestling season Professional wrestling is done in a boxing
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