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The Streak: Jordan Burroughs' American record of 69 straight wins

By Craig Sesker USA Wrestling | March 31, 2014, 12:12 p.m. (ET)

JORDAN BURROUGHS’ INTERNATIONAL WINNING STREAK:

69 STRAIGHT WINS FROM 2011-14 

2011

U.S. Open, Cleveland, Ohio

1-WIN Bobby Nash (Michigan WC), fall 0:36

2-WIN Lloyd Rogers (Hawkeye WC), 3-0, 8-0

3-WIN Kirk White (Bronco WC), 4-2, 3-2

4-WIN Nick Marable (Sunkist Kids), 0-3, 1-0, 3-0 

Beat the Streets Dual, New York, N.Y.

5-WIN Aniuar Geduev (Russia), 1-0, 2-1

U.S. World Team Trials, Oklahoma City, Okla.

6-WIN Andrew Howe (New York AC), 1-0, 1-2, 3-2

7-WIN Andrew Howe (New York AC), 3-1, 1-0 

Ukrainian Memorial International, Kiev, Ukraine

8-WIN Ilgiz Jakupbekov (Kyrgyzstan)
9-WIN Zelim Perisayev (Russia), 3-1, 4-0
10-WIN Giya Chikhladze (Ukraine), 2-1, 5-0
11-WIN Musa Martazaliev (Armenia), 1-0, 4-1
12-WIN Alibek Agbayev (Russia), 3-1, 6-0

World Championships, Istanbul, Turkey

13-WIN Dmytro Rochniak (Ukraine), 3-1, 4-2
14-WIN Denis Tsargush (Russia), 1-3, 1-0, 2-1
15-WIN Ricardo Moreno (Venezuela), 2-1, 1-0
16-WIN Ashraf Aliyev (Azerbaijan), 0-1, 5-4, 3-0
17-WIN Sadegh Goudarzi (Iran), 3-2, 4-1 

Pan American Games, Guadalajara, Mexico

18-WIN Jose Mercado (Ecuador), 7-0, 6-0
19-WIN Ricardo Roberty (Venezuela), 2-1, 1-1
20-WIN Yunierki Blanco (Cuba), 3-2, 3-2

2012 

Dave Schultz Memorial International, Colorado Springs, Colo.

21-WIN Kohei Kitamura (Japan), 1-0, 3-0

22-WIN Carmelo Lumia (Italy), fall 2-0, 0:48

23-WIN Muzaffar Abdurakhmanov (Brickhouse WC), 5-1, 2-0

24-WIN Tyler Caldwell (Sunkist Kids), 1-0, 1-0

25-WIN Trent Paulson (Sunkist Kids), 1-0, 6-0

Cerro Pelado International, Havana, Cuba

26-WIN Ivan Llano (Argentina), 7-0, 6-0
27-WIN Nick Marable (USA), 1-0, 1-1
28-WIN Trent Paulson (USA), 2-1, 5-1 

U.S. Olympic Team Trials, Iowa City, Iowa

29-WIN Andrew Howe (New York AC), 4-2, 1-2, 1-0

30-WIN Andrew Howe (New York AC), injury default 

World Cup, Baku, Azerbaijan

31-WIN Ammet Gadzimagomedov (Russia)
32-WIN Sohsuke Takatani (Japan), 4-5, 3-1, 3-2
33-WIN Demirsin Batuhan (Turkey)
34-WIN Sadegh Goudarzi (Iran)
35-WIN Davit Khutsishvili (Georgia)

Beat the Streets Dual, New York, N.Y.
36-WIN Kamel Malikov (Russia), 8-0, 5-0 

Olympic Games, London, England

37-WIN Francisco Soler (Puerto Rico), 4-0, 6-0
38-WIN Matt Gentry (Canada), 2-1, 1-1
39-WIN Denis Tsargush (Russia), 3-1, 0-2, 2-1
40-WIN Sadegh Goudarzi (Iran), 1-0, 1-0

2013 

World Cup, Tehran, Iran

41-WIN Jakob Makarashvili (Georgia), 3-0, 2-1
42-WIN Sohsuke Takatani (Japan), 2-0, 7-1
43-WIN Ezzatollah Akbarizarinkolaei (Iran), 4-0, 2-0
44-WIN Stefanov Kirov (Bulgaria), 7-0, 6-0
45-WIN Ali Shabanau (Belarus), 1-1, 5-0

Alexander Medved International, Minsk, Belarus

46-WIN Colt Sponseller (USA)
47-WIN Ablaikhan Mursultanov (Kazakhstan)
48-WIN Andri Nagornyi (Ukraine)
49-WIN Magomed Zubairov (Russia)
50-WIN Dmitry Rochnyak (Ukraine) 

U.S. Open, Las Vegas, Nevada

51-WIN Joe Latham (NWRTC), 6-0, 6-0

52-WIN Nate Carr (Cavalier WC) 2-0, 6-0

53-WIN Colt Sponseller (New York AC), 1-0, 4-0

54-WIN David Taylor (Nittany Lion WC), 3-1, 1-0

Rumble on the Rails, New York, N.Y.

55-WIN Saba Khubezhty (Russia), 1-1, 5-0, 7-3 

United 4 Wrestling, Los Angeles, Calif.

56-WIN Saba Khubetzhty (Russia), 14-3

U.S. World Team Trials, Stillwater, Okla.

57-WIN Kyle Dake (Titan Mercury WC), 7-0

58-WIN Kyle Dake (Titan Mercury WC), 9-6 OT 

Stepan Sargsyan International, Vanadzor, Armenia

59-WIN Giorgi Sanodze (Georgia), tech. fall, 8-0
60-WIN Gevorg Hambarcumyan (Armenia), tech. fall, 10-3
61-WIN Stanislav Khachirov (Russia), tech. fall, 9-1
62-WIN Akamaz Sanakoev (Russia), 7-6

World Championships, Budapest, Hungary

63-WIN Gamid Dzhalilov (Tajikistan), tech. fall, 9-2 (3:44)
64-WIN Narsingh Yadav (India), tech. fall, 7-0 (3:41)
65-WIN Jabrayil Hassanov (Azerbaijan), tech. fall 7-0 (5:06)
66-WIN Ali Shabanau (Belarus), disqualification (5:19)
67-WIN Ezzatollah Akbarizarinkolaei (Iran), 4-0 

2014

Yasar Dogu International, Istanbul, Turkey

68-WIN Rashid Kurbanov (Uzbekistan), 6-0

69-WIN Unurbat Purevjav (Mongolia), tech fall 10-0
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