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Catch Wrestling Alliance International Invitational

By Jose Ubeda

June 7, 2014 11:11 pm

Catch wrestler Curran Jacobs of the United States elevates wrestler Christopher Crossan during their match.

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U.S. catch wrestler Kyle Johnson holds Malcolm Tisdale of Canada in a headlock.

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Catch wrestler/Mixed Martial Arts fighter Colleen Schneider works around wrestler Jennifer Thomas in an attempt to subdue her.

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Catch wrestler/Mixed Martial Arts fighter Colleen Schneider looks up as her coach yells advice to her.

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Host and producer of the wrestling show "No Holds Barred," Eddie Goldman, takes a moment to pose for the camera.

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Catch wrestler Adam Laporte of Canada looks into the mat as Jon Strickland of the United States attempts to roll him onto his back.

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Adam Laporte of Canada comforts Jon Strickland after he was forced to forfeit because of personal injury.

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Brooklyn Thomson of Canada attempts to pin Xochi Wilder of the United States on her back.

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Roy Wood is the current teacher of Lancashire catch at the Snake Pit, home of catch-as-catch-can wrestling.

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