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Wrestling is a sport that emphasizes intense dedication, discipline and adherence to a routine. The bond that wrestling teammates create endures because of the difficulty required in training and preparing for competition. The same type of bond can be communicated through the content of these wrestling influencers and athletes, who have parlayed their careers and know-how into significant audiences on social media.

Wrestling influencers showing their dedication, drive

Dylan Geick

Dylan is a poet, writer and former college wrestler who seeks to spread love through his content. He is a significant voice for LGBTQ+ issues. Dylan speaks about his experience as a member of the LGBTQ community and his experiences in athletics and the Army. Dylan is active on Instagram, with more than 617K followers. He also has a YouTube channel, which has amassed more than 193K subscribers.

Anthony Robles

Anthony captured national attention in 2011 when he won a championship competing for Arizona State. Anthony is an inspirational figure because he rose to the top of the sport. Anthony, who was born with one leg, has continued to be an ambassador for wrestling and a motivational speaker. He coaches in Arizona and posts frequently about his motivational speaking on Instagram. He published a book, “How I Became a Champion,” in 2012. 

Nicholar Rivera

One of the top high-school wrestlers in the state of Wisconsin, Nicholar takes his followers through the ups and downs of high school wrestling and his journey. Nicholar’s signature celebration is a gainer flip, which he occasionally pulls out to celebrate a big win. He’s now a freshman on Wisconsin’s wrestling team, and his follower count has risen to more than 76K followers.

Brandon Lee

Brandon is a college wrestler at Texas Wesleyan. He competes in the middleweights, so much of his content centers on his efforts to make weight, a topic he approaches with originality and creativity. Brandon is just a freshman in college, so his following will surely grow as his college career continues.

David Taylor

David, also known by his nickname, “Magic Man,” is one of the top American wrestlers. He earned a gold medal in wrestling at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. David’s Instagram content includes photos and videos of him competing, tutorials of some of his moves and a look at his family life. The Penn State alum has partnered with LiveTrained, a video platform for virtual training.

Gable Stevenson

Gable is one of the top college wrestlers in the country. The Minnesota Golden Gophers alum won the Hodge trophy, an award given to the top college wrestler in the nation, twice, becoming the only heavyweight to win the award multiple times. He also won a gold medal at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Since graduating from college, Gable has signed a deal with the WWE, but he has yet to make an appearance in an event. He has nearly 600K followers on Instagram.

Nick Suriano

Nick is a wrestler at the University of Michigan whose Instagram content shows off his travels, preparation and camaraderie with teammates and much more. Nick’s story highlights feature a Q&A, an inside look into the events he attends as a college wrestler and a look at his interests such as traveling or sneakers. 

Spencer Lee

Spencer is a top-ranked college wrestler on the Iowa team. On Instagram, he shares his last year of college, his wrestling memories, training and more. Wrestling fans can also follow along on Twitter and TikTok.

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