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  • Wrestling mats by Dollamur @ Grapple in the Garden

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    Plenty of stars put on show at Grapple at the Garden

    The crowd of nearly 5,000 fans at the world’s most famous arena was treated to an amazing show.

    Stars like World champion Joe Warren, World silver medalist Helen Maroulis, UFC champion Frankie Edgar, and NCAA champions Bubba Jenkins and Jesse Delgado provided much of the entertainment.

    And a heavyweight from Cornell University delivered to lift his team to a dramatic win over Illinois in a battle of top-10 teams.

    The second Grapple at the Garden event offered a unique and action-packed smorgasbord program of wrestling and the supportive Madison Square Garden crowd had plenty to cheer about on Sunday.

    Jenkins won the main event in a battle of past NCAA champions at 163 pounds. Jenkins and former Penn State teammate Frank Molinaro were tied after regulation before Jenkins struck for the winning takedown to win 4-2 in overtime.

    Jenkins, a past Junior World champion in freestyle, is now competing in mixed martial arts.

    “It was a lot of fun because I got the win against a guy I don’t like that much,” Jenkins said. “I had more heart than he did. This is what I love to do and that’s what the crowd loves to see. It’s great to have a lot of MMA guys giving back to wrestling. It’s big for the sport.”

    Edgar, well-known for being hugely successful in MMA, looked dominant in recording a quick fall over Phillipe Nover. Edgar and Nover compete in the lightweight division as fighters.

    “It was great – it’s been eight years since I competed in wrestling,” Edgar said. “To be able to do this again, and my kids get to watch, it’s a blessing. Wrestling in the Garden, how can you say no to this? Wrestling is in my blood and it’s the best sport in the world. This is so cool that fans get to see a full array of wrestling out here. It’s the best of both worlds.”

    The charismatic, high-energy Warren, a World champion in Greco-Roman wrestling and a Bellator mixed martial arts champion, delivered perhaps the best show for the fans.

    Warren went for broke from start to finish, building a huge lead before body-locking and pinning Mike Torriero in his freestyle bout.

    Warren led a group of current MMA stars with wrestling ties who took part in a dual meet in freestyle wrestling. A pumped-up Warren executed a back flip in celebration of his win Sunday.

    “This was a lot of fun,” Warren said. “My first love is wrestling. We’ve got a huge Madison Square Garden full of people. This is my kind of place. Anything to help the kids and bring back wrestling, the baddest man on the planet will be there for. I was honored to be a part of this event.”

    Past World Team member Shawn Bunch, who qualified the U.S. for the Olympics in 2012 at 60 kg/132 lbs. in freestyle, earned a 2-1 win over three-time NCAA Division II champion Waylon Lowe. Bunch prevailed despite looking about 20 pounds lighter than the burly Lowe.



  • Dollamur Athlete pulls Silver


    U.S. Olympic Bronze Medalist Marti Malloy went 4-1 in the homeland of judo to take a silver medal at the Grand Slam Tokyo today, adding yet another victory to solidify her stature as a world power in the sport.

    “I had a great day today in Tokyo,” said Malloy (USA Judo Training Site, San Jose State University Judo/NYAC, San Jose, CA) . “I have always dreamed of taking a medal at this tournament, and while I always aspire for gold I am very happy with my performance.”

    Malloy, who was ranked 6th in the world going into this tournament, downed 5th-ranked Ketleyn Quadros of Brazil as she fought her way through the brackets to collect the silver and 300 international ranking points in the 57 kg. division.

    “I tried new things that I have been working on and was so pleased to see that I am able to make changes to my judo consistently,” said Malloy. “I am of course disappointed in not taking home the gold but remain more focused than ever on how to keep improving as a judoka.”

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  • Grappler's Quest & Dollamur Mats giving away Flexi-Connect 10'x10' Home mat

    Dollamur Mats is proudly partnering with Grappler's Quest at this year's

    Grappler's Quest World Series

    of Grappling and Juijitsu, Las Vegas


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    Dollamur Mats, producer of the finest martial arts mat on earth, has partnered with tournament powerhouse Grappler's Quest to aid in the growing of submission fighting and juijitsu and provide mats for the Grappler's Quest World Series of Grappling and Juijitsu. This gigantic grappling event, being held November 16th, is hosting Grappler's from all over the world to walk away with $35,000 dollars in prizes to the victors.

    One lucky fighter will walk away with a 10'x10' foot Flexi-Connect Mat by Dollamur to take home and train with!

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  • Some mats on the line...

    Check out some of these mats on the assembly line that are on their way to Europe.

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