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Anthony Ashnault Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

Anthony Ashnault Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who is Anthony Ashnault?

Anthony Ashnault is an American freestyle wrestler and former folkstyle wrestler. He competed for the scarlet knights at Rutgers university. 

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Anthony Ashnault started wrestling like many others, in high school. When Anthony Ashnault was wrestling at South Plainfield High School he went undefeated for all four of his years there. 

After he graduated from high school, Anthony Ashnault would go on to attend Rutgers University. He would then compete for the university’s team, the Scarlet Knights for all 4 years of his time at university. 

He would then go on to graduate and compete in big tournaments around the world, like the World Championships, the Pan American Championships and many others, with great success.

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How Old is Anthony Ashnault?

Anthony Ashnault was born on June 25, 1995 in South Plainfield, New Jersey, U.S. This makes Anthony Ashnault 26 years old at the time of writing. 

Anthony Ashnault’s Family

There is not much information available for Anthony Ashnault’s family.

How Much is Anthony Ashnault Worth?

Anthony Ashnault’s net worth is estimated to be between $3 million and $5 million. 

How Tall is Anthony Ashnault?

Anthony Ashnault stands at 5 foot 7 inches tall or 1.70 meters tall. 

What is Anthony Ashnault’s Reach? 

Anthony Ashnault’s reach is currently unknown. 

How Much Does Anthony Ashnault Weigh?

Anthony Ashnault weighs 154 pounds or 70 kilograms.  Anthony Ashnault has also competed in the 141 pound and 149 pound weight classes. 

Anthony Ashnault’s Fight List

Anthony Ashnault’s fight list starts in his college career. In his freshman year in 2015, Anthony Ashnault would go 29 and 8 and he would go 3 and 2 at that year's NCAA championships. 

In 2016 for his Sophomore year, Anthony Ashnault would go 33 and 5 and place fourth at that year's NCAA championship beating 4 out of his 6 opponents. 

In 2017, Anthony Ashnault would end the year with 30 wins and 6 losses. He would place 6th at that year's NCAA championships winning his first three matches and losing his last three. 

Anthony Ashnault would take a break in 2018 and return to competition in 2019 to finish his senior year. That year Anthony would have a perfect record of 32 wins and no losses. That year he would go on to beat all five of his opponents and win gold at the NCAA championships. 

Anthony Ashnault would also begin Wrestling Freestyle in 2014. The first tournament he would compete in was the 2014 NE Regionals where he would place 2nd after beating two opponents and losing in the finals. 

Anthony Ashnault would then go on to compete at that year’s University Nationals and beat seven people and take home first place.

Anthony Ashnault would then compete at the 2014 World University Championships and lose his first match to Mihai Sava and take home 10th place. 

Anthony Ashnault would then take a 3 year break from freestyle wrestling and made his return in 2017 at that year's US University Nationals where he would compete against three opponents and win all three but he would then pull out of the tournament so he would not place. 

Anthony Ashnault would then go on to compete at the 2018 US Open beating 2 out of his 4 opponents and would not place. 

Anthony Ashnault would then return to Freestyle wrestling at the 2019 Pan American Championships in Buenos Aires. Anthony Ashnault would beat all 4 of his opponents and take home the gold medal. 

Anthony Ashnault would compete one more time in 2019 at that year's US World Team Trials where he would place 3rd after beating 2 of his 4 opponents. 

Anthony Ashnault would then compete at the 2020 Pan American Championships where he would once again take home the gold by beating all 4 of his opponents.

Anthony Asnault would then compete at the Flo 8-Man Challenge on December 18, 2020 at 150 pounds where he would beat his first opponent but lose to his next 2. 

The most recent time that Anthony Ashnault competed was at the 2020 US Olympic Team Trials where he would lose to his first opponent and beat his second. Anthony Ashnault would ultimately lose to his next two opponents and would not place at the event. 

Who Did Anthony Ashnault Lose to?

Anthony Ashnault has lost to, in order, Josh Demas, Mihai Sava, Mitchell Port, Dean Heil, Joey McKenna, Dean Heil, Kevin Jack, Jaydin Eierman, Nick Dardanes, Logan Stieber, James Green two times in a row, Bajrang Punia, Alec Pantaleo, Yianni Diakomihalis, Zain Retherford and Evan Henderson. 

What is Anthony Ashnault’s Record?

In his university career, Anthony Ashnault had a total record of 143 matches with 124 wins and 19 losses across all 4 years.

In his freestyle wrestling career at the time of writing, Anthony Ashnault has a total record of 37 matches with 26 wins and 11 losses. 

That makes Anthony Ashnault’s total record at the time of writing 180 matches with 150 wins and 30 losses.  

This gives Anthony Ashnault a total win percentage of 83.3 percent. 

What Titles Has Anthony Ashnault Held?

Anthony Ashnault has held gold at several prestigious tournaments, these include 

  • 1st place at the 2014 US University Nationals
  • 1st place at the 2019 NCAA Championships
  • 1st place at the 2019 Pan American Championships
  • 1st place at the 2020 Pan American Championships
  • 1st place at the 2016 Big Ten Championships
  • 1st place at the 2017 Big Ten Championships
  • 1st place at the 2019 Big Ten Championships

Has Anthony Ashnault Had Any Serious Injuries?

Anthony Ashnault was out of competition for a year in 2018 due to a very serious injury. Anthony Ashnault was also forced to take time off in 2019 due to a knee injury but made a quick comeback in 2020. 

Is Anthony Ashnault Retired?

Anthony Ashnault is not retired at the time of writing. In fact, at the time of writing, he is preparing to make his return to freestyle wrestling at the 2021 US World Team Trials from September 10 to 12 and intends on representing his country and this year's world championships. 

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