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Malicious Intent

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Mike and Spey take suggestions from Twitter and also cold, hard, data to compile the top wrestling moments of 2017
Mike and Spey talk about when Mike learned to discriminate between the rules to break and the rules to follow. 
You hear a lot of college coaches talk about wanting to recruit "well rounded" athletes that have played three sports at a high level. If that's the case are there kids out there that are losing out by not specializing? 
Mike and Spey listen to and comment on an interview with USAW Executive Director, Rich Bender
Mike Mal and Spey finish up talking about the US's finish at the 2017 world championships in Paris, France. 
Mike Mal and Andrew Spey sit and talk about the United States' first world championship in 22 years. 
Coach Guerrero sits in with Mike and Andrew to talk about his new role at the Oklahoma RTC and what that means to the sport. 
Mike and Andrew spend some time talking with UNI Assistant coach, Lee Roper. The guys talk about Junior Worlds, freestyle vs folkstyle, and weight cutting. 
The People's Champ, Dylan Palacio, and the Loose Cannon, Johnni DiJulius, have carved a rare niche into our sport as personalities AND as athletes. Get a little perspective on how they came to have the larger than life personas that you see soc
Aside from being a two-time world/Olympic medalist, Coach Brandon Paulson is building an army of killers in Minnesota at Pinnacle Wrestling Club. 
Mike Mal and Andrew Spey sit down and hash out the awesomeness that was the 2017 World Team Trials   
Ian Assael has built one of the top wrestling clubs in the US in just 5 short years (Bison Legend). He gives some insight on what, in his estimation, is plaguing youth wrestling. 
Mike Mal, Nomad, and Andrew Spey talk about the 2017 Beat The Streets Event.   
Mike Mal sits down with Michigan State assistant coach Wynn Michalak to talk about the coaching philosophies, the US Open, and this year's Beat The Streets. 
Nomad and Spey join Mike Mal on another riveting episode of Malicious Intent. The guys talk about some under-the-radar wrestlers at the 2017 US Open 
Mike Mal, Nomad, and Andrew Spey talk US open and the footage from the NYC RTC 
Mike and Nomad take an in depth look at the front runners for the Iowa State job, Dake vs Burroughs at The Open, and who will rep the USA at 57kg.     
Zach Even Esh is one of the best and most innovative strength coaches in the world and he joins MI this week to talk with Mike Mal about everything from movies to dietary supplements like Rapid Rehydration. 
Jake Herbert is one of the more forward thinking figures in the wrestling world. His plan for freestyle to replace folkstyle is a bit abrasive, but it is probably the only way to do it.    
Mike and the Nomad run through the Non-Olympic weight world championships that are going on in Budapest, Hungary this coming weekend.     
The Bill Farrelll was this past weekend. The action was amazing and we have a non-Olympic Team. 
Money (or the lack of it) is a major factor in wrestling. Mike and Nomad break down some of the dollars and cents involved with the future of greco.   
One of the great out of the box thinkers in our sport, Jason Welch, join Mike and Nomad. 
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