World Wrestling Clubs Cup

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World Wrestling Clubs Cup is an international wrestling clubs competition among teams representing member nations of the United World Wrestling (UWW) the sport's global governing body. The tournament was held on the proposal of the Islamic Republic of Iran Wrestling Federation in 2014 in Iran.

World Wrestling Clubs Cup
Statusactive
Genresports event
Date(s)various
Frequencyannual
Location(s)various
Inaugurated2014 (2014)
Most recent2019
Next event2020
Activityamateur wrestling
Patron(s)United World Wrestling
Organised byIslamic Republic of Iran Wrestling Federation

HistoryEdit

2014 CupEdit

The inaugural cup was held in Juybar, Iran on November 26 to 28, 2014. The prize money for the top three teams was: $25,000 for first, $15,000 for second and $10,000 for third.[1] A total of 15 teams competed. The Bangladesh team's participation was uncertain as the Bangladesh club Ansar did not release their wrestlers for the competition, who compromised 3 of the 8 wrestlers on the team, however the Bangladesh Amateur Wrestling Federation intervened to gain their release.[2]

The cup was won by local Iranian club Bimeh-Razi who defeated Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (USA) in the final 6-2. Shoraye Shahr Karaj (Iran) finished third after defeating Wrestling Union (China) 7-1.[3]

2015 CupEdit

The second holding of the cup took part on November 26 and 27 2015 at the Azadi Sport Complex in Tehran, Iran.[4] For the 2015 cup the organizers, Iran Wrestling Federation, were responsible for the provision of food, accommodation and local transport for each team, which could consist of 12 wrestlers, 2 coaches, 1 referee and 1 team leader.[5]

The prize money on offer was increased from the previous year for the best three teams. $50,000 for first, $30,000 for second and $20,000 for third. A total of 15 teams competed in the two-day tournament.[4][6][7]

The defending champions, Iran's Bimeh-Razi, were triumphant in the 2015 Cup for the second successive year after defeating Titan Mercury Wrestling Club (USA) in the final 7-1 that was hosted in front of a crowd of 5,000.[8] Bimeh-Razi included the 57 kg world champion Vladimer Khinchegashvili, the 61 kg junior world champion Behnam Ehsanpour, the 65 kg world championship silver medalist Masoud Esmailpour, and the 70 kg world champion Magomedrasul Gazimagomedov. Titan Mercury Wrestling Club included the 86 kg junior world champion Mojtaba Goleij and the 96 kg 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist Jake Varner.[8][9]

FormatEdit

The cup involves team based dual style matches. This involves two clubs competing against each other with a single wrestler representative for each of the 8 weight divisions, Each dual is first decided by the match score, that is the club that wins the most out of the eight matches. If they are tied 4-4 then a tiebreaker is applied. The first tiebreaker is based on classification points, which are awarded for the method of victory, and the second tiebreaker, if needed, is the technical points scored during each match.[10]

ResultsEdit

Men's freestyleEdit

Year Host city Venue Dates 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
2014   Juybar Hajizadeh Sports Hall November 26–28   Bimeh Razi   Titan Mercury   Shoraye Shahr Karaj   Wrestling Union   Kefayati Khorasan   Army Wrestling Club   Gaz Mazandaran   Aor go   Sorb Blay   BuyukSehir Istanbul   Gomrok Cho   National Clubs   Arabic Army   Collection Clubs   Dhaka Club
2015   Tehran Azadi Indoor Stadium November 26–27   Bimeh Razi   Titan Mercury   Kefayati Khorasan   Tashir   Setaregan Sari   Ata Spor   Georgia Club   Khasu Megabatt   Shahrdari Hamedan   Nas BulGgria   Olympic   CBW   Csepeli Birkozo Club   Latin America   Dhaka Club
2016   Kharkiv Sport Palace Lokomotiv November 30–December 1   Titan Mercury   Bimeh Razi   Zd   Armenia   Champion   Setaregan Sari   Mongolia   Csepeli Birkozo   CSKA   Istanbul Sanc   Kyrgyzstan   Belarus
2017   Tehran Azadi Indoor Stadium December 7–8   Easy Pipe Kashan   Titan Mercury   Setaregan Sari   Khimori   Raindi   India Club   Budapest SC   Bimeh Razi   BS Brothers   Montreal   Tajik Air   Kelechik
2018   Babol Azad University of Babol Sports Hall December 13–14   Bimeh Razi   Turkey   Setaregan Sari   Raindi   Ukraine   Kyrgyzstan   India   Hungary
2019   Bojnord University of Bojnord Sports Hall December 19–20   Iran Mall   Azad University of Mazandaran   Atrak Khorasan   China   Azerbaijan   Georgia   Kyrgyzstan   India

TitlesEdit

  •   Bimeh Razi 3
  •   Titan Mercury 1
  •   Easy Pipe Kashan 1
  •   Iran Mall 1

Men's Greco-RomanEdit

Year Host city Venue Dates 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
2014   Abadan Kowsar Sport Complex December 3–5   Pastor Andimeshk   Samurgashev   Buyuksehir Istanbul   Wrestling Union   Arvand Abadan   Hafte Tir Tehran   Belarus Arcope   Saba Qom   Cerro Pelado Havanna   French Marosh Hungary
2015   Khoramshahr Khalij-e Fars Sports Hall December 16–18   Bimeh Razi   Dinamo   Dokouheh Andimeshk   Bodapest.T.F   Sina Sanat Izeh   S.Primoga   Petroshimi Arvand   N.S.Academy   Manas   Aska     Alp Arselan
2016   Budapest SYMA Sports Centre December 8–9   Iran 1   Turkey   Iran 2   Hungary 1   Armenia   Russia   Hungary 2   Serbia   Belarus   Ukraine   United States   Kyrgyzstan
2017   Isfahan 25 Aban Arena December 14–15   Bimeh Razi   Sina Sanat Izeh   İstanbul Büyükşehir   Georgian Club   Moscow   Modafe Haram Qom   Dinamo   Samsun   Olympic Hopes   Budapest SC   PAOK AC   Tajik Air
2018   Ardabil Rezazadeh Stadium December 20–21   Bimeh Razi   Russia   Sina Sanat Izeh   İstanbul Büyükşehir   Georgia   Modafe Haram Ardabil   Ukraine   Serbia   Kyrgyzstan
2019   Bojnord University of Bojnord Sports Hall December 18–19   Iran Mall   Sina Sanat Izeh   Azerbaijan   Gohar Zamin Sirjan   India   Armenia

TitlesEdit

  •   Bimeh Razi 3
  •   Pastor Andimeshk 1
  •   Iran Mall 1

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2014 World Club Cup" (PDF). unitedworldwrestling.org. Retrieved December 8, 2015.
  2. ^ "Bangladesh wrestling to compete in Iran - Click Ittefaq". Click Ittefaq. Retrieved 2015-12-08.
  3. ^ "2014 World Club Cup Results" (PDF). unitedworldwrestling.org. Retrieved December 9, 2015.
  4. ^ a b "Bimeh Razi atop World Wrestling Clubs Cup". Mehr News Agency. Retrieved 2015-12-08.
  5. ^ "2015 World Club Cup Invitation" (PDF). unitedworldwrestling.org. Retrieved December 8, 2015.
  6. ^ "Tasnim News Agency - Iran's Kefayati Comes Third at World Wrestling Clubs Cup". Tasnim News Agency. Retrieved 2015-12-08.
  7. ^ "2015 World Club Cup Results" (PDF). unitedworldwrestling.org. Retrieved December 9, 2015.
  8. ^ a b "Titan Mercury WC falls to powerful Bimeh-Razi team in finals of World Wrestling Clubs Cup in Iran - Takedown Wrestling". Takedown Wrestling. Retrieved 2015-12-08.
  9. ^ "Bimeh-Razi retain World Wrestling Clubs Cup after dominating in Iran". www.insidethegames.biz. Retrieved 2015-12-08.
  10. ^ "Fan Guide: 2015 Freestyle World Cup | United World Wrestling". unitedworldwrestling.org. Retrieved 2015-12-08.

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