Alex Dieringer His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Alex Dieringer?
Alex Dieringer is an American freestyle wrestler and former folkstyle wrestler. Alex Dieringer has had success in both styles of wrestling winning multiple big-name tournaments. When he was in college, Alex Dieringer attended Oklahoma State University and competed for the school’s team, the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
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As a freestyle wrestler, Alex Dieringer trained out of the Titan Mercury Wrestling Club under the tutelage of the legendary wrestler turned coach John Smith.
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How Old is Alex Dieringer?
Alex Dieringer was born on June 6, 1993, in Port Washington, Wisconsin, United States. This makes Alex Dieringer 28 years old at the time of writing.
Alex Dieringer’s Family
Alex Dieringer is the son of David and Cindy Dieringer. He also has two brothers Jordan and Tyler, who also compete in wrestling.
How Much is Alex Dieringer Worth?
Alex Dieringer’s estimated net worth as of 2021 is $1.5 million US dollars.
How Tall is Alex Dieringer?
Alex Dieringer stands at 5 foot 9 inches or 1.75 meters.
What is Alex Dieringer’s Reach?
Alex Dieringer’s reach is currently unknown.
How Much Does Alex Dieringer Weigh?
Alex Dieringer is 86 kilograms or 190 pounds. Alex Dieringer has also competed at the 74 kg or 163-pound weight class and the 79 kg or 174-pound weight class.
Alex Dieringer’s Fight List
Alex Dieringer’s freestyle record starts in 2016 at that year’s US Olympic team trials. There Alex Dieringer would take home third place after beating his first opponent but losing to his second and then going on to beat his next 3.
Alex Dieringer would then compete at the 2016 World cup where he would lose to his first two opponents but beat his next two to take home 4th place as a part of Team USA.
At the 2016 international cup, Alex Dieringer would first beat Rasul Shapiev but then lose to Gadzhi Gadzhiev and come in 7th place overall at the event.
At the 2016 Bill Farrell International, Alex Dieringer went on to defeat all 3 of his opponents and took first place.
At the 2016 world clubs cup, Alex Dieringer would defeat all 4 of his opponents and take home first palace as a part of Titan Mercury Wrestling Club.
Alex Dieringer would start off 2017 at the 2017 Ukrainian Memorial International where he would take home third place after beating 3 out of his 4 opponents.
At the 2017 US Open, Alex Dieringer would take home third after beating his first three opponents but losing in the fourth round and then beating his next three opponents.
At the 2017 US World Team Trials Alex Dieringer would take home 3rd place after beating his first opponent and then losing his second and beating his third.
At the 2018 Ukrainian Memorial International Alex Dieringer would beat all 5 of his opponents and take home first place in his division.
Alex Dieringer would go on to do the same at the 2018 Bill Farrell International, beating all three of his opponents and winning gold.
At the 2018 US Open Alex Dieringer would defeat his first three opponents but lose in the final round and take home 2nd place.
Alex Dieringer would then compete at the 2018 US World Team Trials would beat his first opponent and lose to his next 2 and take home 3rd place.
Alex Dieringer then competed at the 2018 Alexander Medved Prizes and beat all 4 of his opponents and take home first place.
Alex Dieringer would then compete again at the 2019 Ivan Yarygin Grand Prix beating 3 out of his 4 opponents to take home third place.
At the 2019 Dan Kolov - Nikola Petrov event, Alex Dieringer would beat all 4 of his opponents and take home gold in his division.
Alex Dieringer then made his next competition appearance 2019 US Open where he went on to beat all 5 of his opponents to win gold in his division.
Alex Dieringer then made his next appearance at 2019 Yaşar Doğu, once again defeating all 5 of his opponents to win gold again.
Alex Dieringer then competed at the 2019 US World Team Trials but would lose in two separate matches to Kyle Dake and take home silver in his division.
At the 2019 Bill Farrell International, Alex Dieringer would defeat all 4 of his opponents and take home gold.
At the 2019 US Nationals, Alex Dieringer would take home 3rd place after beating 5 out of his 6 opponents.
Alex Dieringer then made his next appearance at 2020 Matteo Pellicone RS and he took home first place after beating three of his opponents and having his last match go to a no contest.
Alex Dieringer then competed at the 2020 Pan American Championships, Alex Dieringer took home 3rd place after beating home three out of his 4 opponents.
Who Did Alex Dieringer Lose to?
Alex Dieringer has lost to, in order, Andrew Howe, Parveen Rana, Hassan Yazdani, Gadzhi Gadzhiev, Kyle Dake on multiple occasions, Reza Afzali, Zahid Valencia twice in a row, Akhmed Gadzhimagomedov, Myles Martin, Yurieski Torreblanca and finally Bo Nickal.
What is Alex Dieringer’s Record?
Alex Dieringer has a total freestyle wrestling record of 90 matches with 74 wins and 16 losses.
This gives Alex Dieringer a total win percentage of 82 percent.
What Titles Has Alex Dieringer Held?
Alex Dieringer has won a ton of titles in the sport of wrestling. These include,
- 4 Big 12 Championships from 2013 to 2016
- 3 NCAA Division 1 Wrestling Championships from 2014 to 2016.
- 2019 US National Championship
- 2019 Yasar Dogu Tournament
Has Alex Dieringer Had Any Serious Injuries?
Alex Dieringer tore his ACL in 2020 and went into surgery to repair it.
Is Alex Dieringer Retired?
Alex Dieringer has not retired from the sport of wrestling but the last time he competed was in September of 2020.
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