Feb 16, 2017
Episode 39 of the World Wrestling Resource Podcast visits with
the Doctor of Wrestling, Dr. Dave Curby. Since 2007, Curby has been
the leader of a group called the International Network of Wrestling
Researchers. The intent after its foundation was to connect people
who have like-minded research ideas and projects surrounding
wrestling. Dr. Curby, who was a Big Ten champion for Michigan in
1974 and one of the first Junior National freestyle champions for
the budding USWF, has been developing research on the sport for
We'll explain what the INWR is, its relationship with United World Wrestling and how fans can figure out what exactly this research can lead to. Dr. Curby and the INWR also produces the International Journal of Wrestling Science. His late son Jacob was a Greco-Roman wrestler and his memory is honored each year with the Jacob Curby award.
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