Harper getting closer to elite company
Josh Harper can remember the exact moment he decided to become a great wrestler.
It was in the sixth grade after losing to a rival in a local tournament. Until then, Harper had been wrestling only as a means to hang out with friends. But after losing yet again (he didn't have a single tourney win to his credit after four years of competing), he figured it was time for a change.
"It just hit me all of a sudden," Harper says. "I was tired of losing. I said,
'I want to ...
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