Prodigy Wrestling Academy's philosophy on the level that a wrestler should compete at is a level where they are winning about 75-80% of their matches. Starting with local tournaments and novice level tournaments, working up into "OAC" and "Quest" open Wrestling tournaments, then onto OAC and OHWAY regional and State level tournaments. Once a wrestler can compete and handle the competition, they would start to wrestle in NUWAY or TYRANT national level tournaments, trying to keep a solid percentage of winning, along with learning from the losses.
They absolute highest level in youth wrestling are tournaments like WOW Tulsa Nationals. This is one of the pinnacles of Youth Wrestling. One of the toughest tournaments in the nation every year.
Only wrestlers that can handle that kind of competition, mentally and physically, should take the challenge of competing. Prodigy's Rush Landis is definitely in this category. Rush competed in his first Tulsa Nationals this weekend, where he went 2-2 against the toughest competition in the US. Rush is jumping levels every time he gets on a mat and competition, and challenges, like this will continue to help him do so.
Congrats on stepping on that line and pushing yourself to your absolute best, Rush. Keep grinding and working until you are on that Podium out in Tulsa!
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