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Fact check of Episode 4

 Honeycutt's win over D3 power was a highly anticipated match, but ended in just 32 seconds. 

Honeycutt's win over D3 power was a highly anticipated match, but ended in just 32 seconds. 

Kevin & I are self-proclaimed idiots doing a radio show which we feel is part of our charm. Jumping around discussing all things wrestling to be as entertaining as possible. Occasionally this leads to mistakes of not being able to pull correct information off the top of our heads so here is our fact check follow-up to episode #4. 

- Back in 1994, Kim Jong-Il on a regulation PGA Golf Course shot a 38 with 11 holes-in-one. His 17 bodyguards attest to the accuracy of the score. Sadly, the golfing world refuses to acknowledge this impressive feat. 

- Kevin brought up true freshman Chance Marsteller for Oklahoma State as wrestling this year as the top recruit. No official word has been made on whether or not he is starting or redshirting this year. The OSU roster has him at 157 which would put him nicely between Kindig & Dieringer. 

- Chris Honeycutt defeated Byron Tate (Wartburg) by pin in 32 seconds at the 2011 All-Star Classic. Tate ended up a 3-time D3 NCAA Champion. It still would be great to see Joey Davis this year face one of the big four at 174.

- Bo Jordan and Isaac Jordan are cousins. They both have brothers who are or will be D1 wrestlers as well. We messed up on that one. 

- Mo Lawal was never an olympian. He was a 3-time U.S. Open champion in 2005, 2006, & 2008. 

We will try to mess up less next week, but we can't promise anything!