Takedown Wrestling will feature guests with college wrestling backgrounds, Olympic experience, and MMA (mixed martial arts) credentials during its two-hour broadcast this Saturday, May 4, the show announced Thursday.
Join hosts Scott Casber, Steve Foster, Jeff Murphy, Brad Johnson and Terry Cook this Saturday 9:00-11:00 a.m. Central and 10 a.m.-noon Eastern.
The first hour starts with Matt Moos, talking about the Beat The Streets program in Toledo, Ohio... then moves on to Kellen Russell, two-time NCAA Division I champ for the University of Michigan in 2011 and 2012... and Jeff Sitler discussing Wrestle Against Autism.
In the second hour, Takedown takes on an Olympic flavor, as it welcomes 2012 U.S. Olympic Greco-Roman wrestler Ben Provisor... then talks to Daniel Cormier, Oklahoma State NCAA All-American and two-time U.S. Olympic freestyle wrestler (2004, 2008) who won his debut in UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championships) two weeks ago vs. Frank Mir.
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Takedown Wrestling's guest list for May 4:
- 9:03: Matt Moos - Executive Director, Beat The Streets Toledo
- 9:20: Kellen Russell - two-time Michigan national mat champ, 2013 U.S. Open Champion
- 9:40: Jeff Sitler - Founder, Wrestle Against Autism
- 9:40: Blood Doc John Fitzgerald, Science of Nutrition
- 9:50: Tyler Barkley, Max Muscle Sports Nutrition Update
- 10:00: Ben Provisor - 2013 U.S. Open champion, 2012 Olympian
- 10:20: Daniel Cormier - Past Olympian and Strikeforce Champ
- 10:40: Dave Curby - Founder, Curby Cup
- 10:50: Tim Bollman, Wildrose Casino and Resort Clinton
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