“I Don’t Feel Content”: Penn State Wrestling Star Expresses Dissatisfaction After Helping HC Cael Sanderson Reach Historic Milestone

Published 02/11/2024, 6:06 AM EST

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In a recent matchup against arch-rivals, Penn State locked horns with Iowa Hawkeyes. As the two top contenders competed against each other, spectators were not able to even blink their eyes to catch every glimpse of the showdown. With the help of its amazing roaster, Nittany Lions were finally able to dominate the opponent team to secure a 29-7 finish.

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Interestingly, Penn State not only added a second consecutive win but also made it to award their HC Cael Sanderson his 200th win. The major attraction at the dual meet was the 141-pound bout, where Beau Bartlett defeated Real Woods to contribute to the team’s total. However, there is a slight twist in this win. Despite achieving a triumphant victory, Beau Bartlett hints that more is to come from his side.

Penn State star remains that ‘hungry’ soul 

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After Friday’s showdown against Iowa Hawkeyes, Flowrestling sat with Beau Bartlett to share words regarding his recent win against top-ranking opponent Real Woods. Directly after commencing the interview, Flowrestling took it to their Twitter account and posted a short clip along with a caption, “Beau Bartlett After Winning Showdown With Real Woods: ‘I Want More'”

In the same interview, Bartlet said, “I’m not satisfied yet. I’m not, no part of me has changed. I’m just hungry. I want more, I’m going in the right direction. I don’t, I don’t feel content at all…This is good that I still want more. So, I’ll take that.

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Beau Bartlett and Real Woods are among the toughest and most anticipated wrestlers. With their latest showdown, they left the spectators at the edges of their seats. Beau notched three points in the last 30 seconds to secure a 7-2 win over the arch-rival and No. 2 ranking opponent. Besides this, Beau Bartlett handed over their top-ranking opponent his second consecutive defeat in the 141-pound weight class. But being hungry, Bartlet will get an ample chance in the coming days to satiate his hunger.

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The upcoming path for Beau Bartlett

As Penn State will have an upcoming dual against Rutgers, Edinboro, and Nebraska Huskers, Beau is most likely to wrestle Mitch Moore, Jacob Brennaman, and Brock Hardy. Meanwhile, the Loss of Real Woods caused little shake-up in the ranking. Currently, Beau Bartlett is placed at No.1, whereas Real Woods stands at No.2 at 141 pounds; after Friday’s showdown, both the wrestlers’ spectators are expecting a natural effect on the current rankings.

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As Bartlett won the showdown, the rankings are most likely to be where they are now for Beau. However, it might have affected Real Woods’s rankings, and he would be dropped to the #4 seed. It remains to be seen if Real Woods can seek redemption to come back to the winning path in the coming days.


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Yashika Dutta

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