Season four-time winner Samuel Giger and sensational comeback Pyrmin Reichmuth weren’t in action last weekend. The Reichsmuth will face the Rangfest at the Zugerberg next Sunday, with Giger returning to the ring at Brünig in two weeks.
Adrian Walther left an almost irresistible impact on the Bernese Cantonal until the final round, with King Killian Wenger and four-time Confederate Thomas Sempach, the 20-year-old flattening the two very bad guys. The fact that the Kilchberg winner Fabian Staudenmann is also leaving in time for the federal level is indicated by the victory in the final course against Walther – in the duel he won against the Oberland champion Simon Andereg. Wenger suffered his first loss of the current Kranzfest season against Walther, but is at least as strong as Florian Gnagi (5th place), Armon Oerlick and Joel Vicki in relation to 2010 King Prateln.
wonder of the week
At 1.77 meters tall, Uli Rohrer of Obwalden has moderate physical requirements for wrestling. As his guest in Burnbeat, the 23-year-old still turns out to be a “giant killer”. In fourth gear, he boats Mathias Eschbacher (30, 1.91 m, 120 kg, 74 wreath), then he wrestles a man from Staudenmann. As a reward, the original Swiss received the coveted Bernese wreath.
crash of the week
Roger Richen won the crown in the last two federal teams, and two months ago the 31-year-old secured his first crown festival victory in the Zurich canton. In the Bern Cantonal, however, Glrner moves out of the top ranks in a high arc after defeats against Florian Gnagi, Stephan von Buuren and Konrad Steffen. Severin Schwander, who defeated Christian Stucki at the “Mutzen” sub-association festival last year, also missed the wanted Eichenloub at the Stockhorn Arena.
when it is hot
Contrary to his original plan, King Stuckie won’t be able to get into his thong on Weisenstein on Saturday because he suffered torn muscle fibers two weeks earlier. However, participation in the ESAF is not currently under threat. Stucky’s Burner colleague Michael Widgett has also had to postpone his return. The final runner of the last Schwaglap-Schwinget, who had come a long way due to inflammation of the bursa in his knee, still believes in his beginnings in the Swiss Confederation.
An investigation by Michael Lederman (21), who injured his right shoulder in third gear on Bern Cantonal, showed that the AC joint was damaged. ESAF’s participation should nevertheless be within the realm of possibility. However, to do this, the Schwarzenberg resident has to undergo six weeks of intense physiotherapy sessions.