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Tough roads at 74kg


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Whose road is tougher, Dake's or Sidakov's? 

Dake has Evloev from Tajikistan, and then he may face Kaipanov, from Kazakhstan. Quarters could be against Frank Chamizo, if he can navigate his own tough road. Semis will be against Salkazanov or Kadimagomedov. If Sidakov makes the finals, Dake will see him there.

To make those finals, Sidakov will start with Kentchadze from Georgia, then Bekzod Abdurakhmonov, a NLWC hammer. After that it will be Emamichoghaei from Iran in the 1/8 final, and the quarters will be Amine or Olonbayer from Mongolia. I don't know who will reach the semis from the top of the top bracket, perhaps Demirtas (Turkey) or Bayramov (AZE). If he can handle that road, he will see Dake in the finals.

What a weight class!

 

 

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