Wrestlers nightmare

From: Anonymous


Back in the 7th grade I used to wrestle for my middle school.I wasn't the best wrestler but I wasn't the worst either and I had a fairly good record through most of the season.
Then came the big night we had with a local school who we were big rivals with.I personally wrestled in the 125 pound weight class and about 20 minutes before I was up I found out from my coach that I was going to be in a mixed match with a girl! Never have I been so terrified and chewed so much gum before a match and I considered forfeiting rather then possibly risk losing to her as this was going to be my very first mixed match I'd ever had before,but I figured I'd go out and wrestle anyways because after all,it's a girl so it should be an easy win.
My turn came and we both went out onto the mat and shook hands and after the first minute I knew I was in serious trouble,she turned out to be much better then I expected her to be,she had really good balance and was just amazingly strong for a girl but I managed to make it through the first period.
By the time the second period came around I was already starting to get tired and fading somewhat but I tried to keep my collective,unfortunately I got hit with a headlock that landed me on the mat,after about a minute of being on the ground I was nearing an escape and almost got out of it but got caught in her cradle and ended up getting pinned in the middle of the period and to make matters worse it was in front of the entire school and the crowd went crazy.Never have I been so humiliated in my entire life but unfortunately it didn't end there,still to this day I do get teased although not as bad as it used to be but i'm known at my school as the only boy wrestler who got pinned by a girl..

Later on I found out that she used to be quite an accomplished gymnist,hence the good balance and strength so now I just kind of laugh it off.


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  • Gail G.

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    We had wrestling in gym class and the smallest guy had to wrestle me (girl) because ther was no boy his size. I could tell he was scared and sure enuf I got him on the mat after a minute or so. In the second period he started on his hands and knees, and I managed to hook his leg and get him flat. It took a while, but I finally rolled him and then cradled him for the pin. He kicked and fought, but I won. Yay grrrrllllls.
  • Dave

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    so you got beat by a girl, maybe she is stronger, maybe she was quicker and a better skilled wrestler, so what. I have news for you, girls/women are competing against me more and more and proving they are not be belittled because they are not male. they are winning and proving themselves. my wife and I have wrestled a few times, i have never been able to pin her, though she has not pinned me every time, she is definately the champ in this house. She is not as strong as me, though her legs are definately stronger than mine and she is good with them. She is quicker than me, she has much higher stamina and endurance than me and that has proven to make the difference. The first time i lost to her i was embarrassed, we talked about it she let me know that i am not the only guy she ever defeated and i have come to accept that she is just a better athlete than i am. I respect her and her abilities. more and more guys have to start accepting defeat to girls as more and more females compete against males.
  • Paul

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    A guy on my hs team met a similar fate. He wrestled at 130 and before the match made jokes about how ez and fun it would be. He scored a few points early on, but she was able to hang in there and wear him out. by the middle of the 3rd period he was out of gas, and she reversed him and put him on his back. He could hardly move, and just rolled around while everyone in the gym was going nuts cheering for her to pin him. To make matters worse, when she turned him belly-up he was sporting wood.
  • Terry

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    You got beat by a girl in front of your friends, that is not even close to being the worst thing that can happen to you. If this could be done, I would be happy to trade with you some of the problems that I am facing right this minute to put myself in your situation. Girls are getting stronger every day and many of them are great wrestlers. There is no reason that you should be embarrassed about what happened. You done your best against the girl, you should be proud of your effort. You should be happy that you got to wrestle her. Don't let other people get you down with their teasing, the best thing you can do is to laugh about it and show them that what they say don't bother you. Enjoy your life, enjoy your youth while you still have it. Good luck to you.
  • Kenny

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    Something similar happened to a kid on our jv team freshman year. It was early in the season,and he turned up kind of out of shape. In a novice tournament he had to wrestle a girl. She was weaker than him, but fast and fit. When he couldn't pin her early on in the match, she started to wear him down. By the thrid period,he was weakening fast and gasping for air. Finally, she grapevined her legs through his, then shifted her hips and rolled him over. He tried to bridge, but she just rode him out until the ref called the pin. He had been ahead on points and would have won if he could have held out for 10 more seconds. She was good looking,and seeing her take him was kind of hawt.
  • Anonymous

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    ya...thats not embarrassing
    (me being a guy)
    try after a match with another guy walking off the mat, and ur friends thinking u got a stiffy!!!
    now thats embarressing
  • kenny

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    Dude - I'd have been embarrassed too. After the first 30 seconds you knew that she was in good shape and had better balance than you. Once you started to run out of gas and she got the cradle it was only a mater of time. No matter how hard you struggled, she'd weaken you until finally you'd be rolled back onto you shoulders with your legs flailing helplessly in the air while the crowd went nuts calling for the pin. Hope nobody had a camera!
  • Peeble: oops....
    Peeble

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    oops.
    that's okay.
    good for the girl.
    sorry for you.
    guys yeah are more stronger but a girl can rise to the top
  • Grate: hey....
    Grate

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    hey.
    wow.
    I can totally understand how you feel.
    well sortof.
    I'm one of the mat girls at my highschool and I've seen all there is to be seen about wrestling.
    I would be upset too but hey just congrat her and leave it to be. I'm sure that your friends wouldn't be laughing if it was them. so a girl beat you...I have a friend who is deaf that wrestles and went to state. and I've seen dwarfism out on the mat.
    too bad for you that they had to see you get beat....just remember they would have probably done way worse.
    Just be happy for the experience and not to mention great story.


    =grate
  • Anonymous: (-2) FAGGGIT!
    Anonymous

    -2

    FAGGGIT!
  • Anon

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    This is, by far, the most embarrassing story that I've seen on this whole web-site! Needless to say, I scored this one as a 5. It's a shame that you couldn't have gotten a rematch with this girl when you got into high school. I know that bad losses are a part of playing sports, but I think that I'd probably be so embarrassed that I'd just quit wrestling if this ever happened to me. There's nothing that hurts worse than a girl bruising the old male ego. Tuff break, dude....
  • Rebekka: well,...
    Rebekka

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    well,
    2 me it`s not that bad i mean it was only a wrestling match! At least u managed 2 laugh it off!
  • Maria

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    You were in a lose-lose situation. If you had won, it would have been no big deal because you beat a girl. If you lose (as you did) then it's much worse because you lose to a girl.

    However with her it's a win-win situation. If she looses, so what, she was beaten by a boy and she is couragious for trying. If she wins, that's great because she beat a "big strapping male".

    No you are NOT a "sexiest" for telling this story, however I think the the girls damning you for it a sexiests. But I guess that I am just a woman from the old school.

    I wonder if all the girls on this board who criticize your story and say it's no big deal and to quit whining about it would actually want to date a boy or young man who has been beaten by a girl?
  • Anonymous

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    LOLZ u got owned by a GURL!!!!

    u r owned lolol u should suicide bcuz its sooo embarrassing!!!

    ...Seriously now. What the hell is the point of this? This is no where near embarrassing or even interesting.
  • Anonymous

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    I would only say that would be embarrasing if you wrestled in one of the upper weight classes like a team mate of mine had to. But i can see where your coming from. Most people here probably don't wrestle and have never seen many girls wrestle. I have only seen one girl who was unbelievably good, and she has been wrestling since she was really little. One kid on my team had to wrestle a girl his first match and won but was so nervous he got several cautions.