Three individual victories in the 10:21 defeat in Heilbronn.
(dd). Three victories in ten individual meetings: that was Stefan Moosmann’s prognosis. The RKG Freiburg coach was right. In the 10:21 defeat of their Bundesliga wrestling squadron at the Red Devils Heilbronn, the Breisgau selection fought back bravely, but the first success of the season for the probable relegated team was also unthinkable on the 10th of 14 fighting days. “We wanted to get out of the affair respectably and we succeeded,” said Moosmann, summing up the night of the fight with one of the West group playoff candidates.
On the RKG side, the two German U-23 World Cup participants Leon Gerstenberger and Lars Schfle won their duels 6-0 on points respectively. In addition, carpet manager Saskia Buchwald (Leipzig) raised her arm in victory at Maxim Sacultan, who the Heilbronn team let run amok, i.e. did not provide an opponent for the Moldovan World Cup holder.
In the remaining seven individual matches, in front of 350 spectators, Michel Riesterer, who fought in the unloved Greco-Roman style, and Valentin Petic sold well, losing 12 points to Robin Pelzer. The Moldovan participant of the Under-23 World Cup in RKG outfit surpassed the reigning European champion Robert Attila Fritsch from Hungary, who in terms of stature and hairstyle is reminiscent of three-time world champion Frank Stbler, who also recently fought for Heilbronn , only a victory of 6:3 points.