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  • v. Present participle of outwrestle.


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  • He wins by denying his opponents the ability to do what they want to do, outwrestling wrestlers and outboxing strikers.

    The Press Spurns A Champion

  • Paul Kelly was frustrated by Jacob Volkmann at the start of August and lost a decision, while Nick Osipczak has got the hump with two wrestlers in succession, Rick Story and Greg Soto, despite having looked a million dollars when outwrestling Matthew Riddle last November.

    Elliot Worsell: Wrestling with Demons in UFC

  • WR Miles Austin played Sunday night after missing three preseason games with a hamstring injury and put his team up 17-7 with a 36-yard catch by outwrestling Antonio Cromartie for a 50-50 ball in the end zone.

    NY Daily News

  • The 6-2 Lynx forward usually is outjumping or outwrestling opponents for the ball, drawing oohs and ahhs at Target Center. rss feed

  • Lincoln earned it in no small part by outrunning, outboxing, and outwrestling them, but they knew, when they listened to the better angels of their natures, that there were much more important reasons to esteem him.

  • Welterweight prospect Mike Pierce had solid credentials entering his UFC debut against Brock Larson, but I don't think anyone expected Pierce to dominate the Minnesotan for three rounds, and do it by outmuscling and outwrestling him.

    UFC Press Releases

  • Warren took it to Yamamoto outwrestling him throughout and walking through several huge punches from one of the best knockout fighters in MMA history.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • "It seemed like a lot of things went wrong for us, but the big reason why they went wrong was because OU was outwrestling us."

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  • Just as he outstruck the striker against Liddell, Randy spent 25 minutes outwrestling the wrestler.


  • Clean break by Benjamin, followed by a single leg takedown, Benjamin easily outwrestling Truth into the ropes.


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