Below is a list of all the wrestling tournaments that that are the toughest in the country. Tournament strength at each Major is tough enough to produce a champion worthy of a bye to the second day of the Flonationals Open. Flowrestling will be working with these tournaments to provide excellent coverage and as a means of seeding for the 2011 Flonationals Open that will be held at Walsh Jesuit on April 1st-3rd.
The champion at each weight class in each "Major" will receive a golden ticket. The golden ticket is a bye to the second day of competition at Flonationals. Without a golden ticket or a high position on a selected pole, a wrestler must compete in the "Big Mini" on first day of competition.
The wrestlers in the Big Mini will wrestle to the top 8 positions and then be placed in the second day's bracket with theMajors Champions and nationally ranked wrestlers.
Flowrestling will provide coverage of the finals at every Major. Live coverage of the event will also take place for select
tournaments. Prepare yourself for Flowrestling's best year of coverage and 21 tournament story lines. The road to Flonationals goes through the toughest tournaments in the country:
The Flonational's Majors
Clash-All Tournament team (MN)
5 Counties (CA)
Beast Of The East (DE)
Reno TOC (NV)
Southeast Prep Slam (GA)
Doc Buchanan (CA)
Bethlhem Holiday Tournament (PA)
Super 32 (NC)
temecula Valley (CA)
Northern Colorado Holiday (CO)
Detroit CC (MI)
Eastern States (NY)
Mustang Classic Jersey (NJ)
Minnesota Holiday Tournament (MN)
Rumble on the Red (ND)
Updated on May 24, 2013, 11:35am