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My Wrestling Carrier When people think about wrestling they think about WWE and superstars like Stone Cold Steve Austin That is not real wrestling I am talking about collegiate wrestling Wrestling has been around since ancient roman times The sport of wrestling has been part of my life forever From getting started in wrestling to training for competitions I have accomplished a lot in the sport and have had a great carrier that was unfortunately cut short because I took my talent for advantage Wrestling has been part of my life since childhood When I was real little my father was a high school wrestling coach in Ohio I always went to his practices and watched the guys train and I participated in some drills From the start I really enjoyed the sport and the competition When I turned five I decided I wanted to begin wrestling and start going to tournaments Wrestling was a sport like no other For example training was so intense I would have practices two times a day for three hours at a time My father told me when I started that he would push me hard and train me to be a champion I had no idea it would be so hard For some reason I loved it the training sweet and tears and everything about it I wanted to be apart of As I trained every day I began to learn that I had a talent that came real easy to me All of his coaches kept telling him that I had what it took to be a champion For instance many nights I never wanted to stop wrestling and training I would tell my father that I needed to train harder if I was going to be a state champion one-day like he was The sport of wrestling was for me It was all up to me on how much I wanted to accomplish The older
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