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The difference would probably be Freestyle/Folkstyle. Freestyle wrestling is what the vast majority of the world uses and what is practiced in the Olympics. Surprisingly it does not convert to MMA as well.

Folkstyle wrestling was a style created (and essentially only practiced) in America for the purpose of being a more "kid friendly" version of Freestyle with some slight rule changes. Also known as scholastic wrestling. This is the style that all collegiate and high-school wrestlers train in. With an Ironic twist Folkstyle converts much better into actual fighting than Freestyle as it teaches you not only takedowns but how to stay on top once you get the takedown. So it helps with control more.



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