Resources and Collection
The Wrestling Referee Collection is filled with links to Olympic, high school, college and sumo as well as the professionals we see in the WWE. You will find contacts, news and resources in all styles of wrestling. In addition, there are a lot of videos. Have fun!
To add to your viewing pleasure while looking through the collection we are pleased to present to this Desert Tiger Podcast interview with the former WWF and WWE Referee, Kevin Jefferies. Please enjoy listening to some fascinating stories about professional wrestling history and the world around the ring.
For those of you who have already enjoyed the podcast, we have also included a small collection of Referee Videos. Have fun!
The Rules of Wrestling for Beginners and Parents
2016/17 NCAA Rules
Greco Roman Rules
The Art of Freestyle
Arm Wrestling History, Techniques and Rules
How to Keep Score
Professional Rules Wikipedia
Sumo Rules Sumo Talk
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The history of the sport goes back to prehistoric times. There is a 7,000 year old cave painting in Mongolia that shows two men wrestling in front of a crowd. A mural showing wrestlers was found in a 2,000 year old Egyptian tomb. First introduced to the Olympic Games in 708 BC. and has appeared in all but one of the modern Olympics since the 1896 rebirth of the Games. WWE was created in 1952 and has grown to be the global phenomenon that it is today.
Follow along and learn from some of the best referees in the world.
There are over 100 pages of referees and umpires across the website, highlighting dozens of sports. The site was created using over 10,000 Twitter posts and retweets. Plus, we added hundreds of links, videos and podcasts from around the world. Providing easy access to education, entertainment and important information to sports officials of all stripes. Thanks for visiting today. We hope to see you again! Have an excellent day!
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