“Show me a guy who’s afraid to look bad, and I’ll show you a guy you can beat every time.” - Anonymous
BrawlHouse Wrestling Club’s mission is to help every wrestler reach their optimum potential, whether that means winning a national championship or just making the varsity team. We understand that each individual is unique, and requires specific training geared towards their personal style and goals. Wrestling at all levels, is more than just knowing and applying technique. Championships are built on practice habits, strategy, mental toughness, conditioning, nutrition, and attitude. Our staff is comprised of proven former successful high school coaches, who unlike other club instructors, they have embraced the grind of being in the room everyday, getting the most out of their student athletes. Our staff will not only show high level technique, they will aim to reach each wrestler on a mental and emotional level, in an effort to bring out their very best.
Classes are offered in group, semi-private and private format.
December 29, 2014 – Article: Building Your Child Into a Wrestler Should Not Happen in a Factory
An excellent article by Coach DeFilippis that was published in The Alternative Press, http://tapinto.net/articles/building-your-child-into-a-wrestler-should-not-ha
December 10, 2014 – Educational Video 1: The Seat Belt Duck
October 7, 2014 – Delacruz Wins Journeymen Classic
BrawlHouse wrestler Craig Delacruz took home Gold at last weekend’s Journeymen Classic held in Scotia, NY. The Journeymen Fall Classic is listed as 1 of only 4 “Flo Major” Tournaments, and is considered to be one of the toughest tournaments in the country. There were many Division 1 coaches on hand to recruit the best talent in the nation. Delacruz entered the tournament ranked 13th in the country and started things off with an overtime win over Cadet National Runner-up, Jaime Hernandez from Illinois. He then dominated Iron Horse Runner-up Jesse Dellavecchia from New York 9-1, setting up a match with 9th ranked Robert Lee from Wisconsin. Craig wrestled a very smart match against Lee winning 4-3, and putting him in the finals for a rematch with NY State Place-winner Mike D’Angelo, who defeated Craig 2-1 last March. Craig showed how much he has improved since then defeating his NY opponent 5-1 and winning the prestigious tournament title. We are all very proud of Craig here at BrawlHouse. He is showing that the hard work is paying off. Next up…Super 32!
June 8, 2014 – Tom Ryan, Head Coach The Ohio State University Wrestling Team, Technique Wrestling Clinic at BrawlHouse
On June 8th, Coach Ryan, head coach of the Ohio State University conducted a wrestling clinic at BrawlHouse. The event was an inspiration in every way for all our youth wrestlers (ages 5 to 18) who attended.