Spenser Mango's Journey from Undersized Wrestler to Two-Time Olympian

Learn how an 88-pound high school kid became one of the best wrestlers in the country.

STACK had a chance to lock up with Mango to learn more about his goals for the future and the training he's doing to accomplish them. 

Spenser Mango: Stay at it. I didn't break 100 pounds until my junior year of high school, and I didn't know very many moves, but I wrestled as many matches as I could. Every practice, I tried to learn from the more experienced guys, and every day I found myself getting a little better. Eventually I was able to compete with those guys and surpass them.

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