Chris Perry His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who Is Chris Perry?
Chris Perry is a former collegiate athlete wrestling out of Oklahoma University. Chris won back to back NCAA division Championships and has won All American honours on three occasions. Chris has also been successful at the Big 12 Conference Championships, winning the title consecutively over 4 years. Chris has also had a great start to his coaching career, with his team taking out the Big 12 team champions in 2015.
In 2006 Chris Perry attended Stillwater High School in Oklahoma, he won the State Championships at 160 lbs. The following year Chris backed it up by going back to back this time winning the State Championship at 171 lbs. 2008 and 2009 were some of Chris Perry’s best high school years, moving up to 189 lbs Chris won consecutive state Championships, making it four in a row. Chris was well known throughout high school for his formidable wrestling skills, as he won The Outstanding Wrestler Award back to back. Chris became the number 1 ranked wrestler and won Asics All American honours. His notoriety became apparent as Chris won the Junior Hodge Trophy and became the nation's best high school wrestler. Chris also won the Fargo Junior Freestyle National Championship and helped his team become the first ever state team to win a Dream Team Classic title. Chris finished High School with an impressive record of 133 wins and only 1 loss including 101 consecutive wins.
As a freshman attending Oklahoma University, Chris competed against more ranked opponents than any other athlete on the OSU roster. He scored multiple wins finishing his year with a 25 - 7 record. Chris became the 16th freshman in Oklahoma’s history to win a Big 12 Conference Championship. Chris also became a quarterfinalist at the NCAA titles with wins over Tony Dallago of Illinois and #10 ranked wrestler Josh Ihnen of Nebraska.
As a Sophomore Chris continued his outstanding run of wins, as he entered the NCAA Championships with a perfect 26 - 0 record, he finished the event in third place with only 1 loss. Chris also won his second consecutive Big 12 Conference title with a win over Dorian Henderson in the final. Chris also had a perfect 16 - 0 dual record and 13 - 1 record against ranked opponents. Chris won the 184 lbs Reno Tournament of Champions and the Central Missouri Open.
In Chris’ Junior Year he won his first NCAA division Championship, at 174 lbs he defeated three of his five bouts in overtime before defeating #2 seed Matt Brown of Penn State 2 - 1 in the final. Chris would achieve his third straight Big 12 title by beating Iowa State's Tanner Weatherman 8 - 0. Chris also picked up titles in the Lindenwood Open and the Southern Scuffle, he was named 2013 Academic All Big 12 first team member finishing his year with a 36 - 2 overall record.
Chris entered his senior year and achieved back to back title wins at the NCAA Championships, by defeating fellow Oklahoma wrestler Andrew Howe 4 - 0 in the final. Taking on Howe again at the Big 12 Conference titles, Chris would again win and record his fourth straight Big 12 title win. Chris would also win his second straight Southern Scuffle title as he finished his year with a 30 - 1 overall record and a 14 - 1 dual record. Chris was honoured with another Academic All Big 12 team member and his 3rd All american honour.Dominating The Top Position by Chris Perry
How Old Is Chris Perry?
Chris Perry was born in Stillwater Oklahoma on the 20th of January in 1990, he is currently 31 years of age.
Chris Perry’s Family!
Chris Perry was a native to Stillwater in Oklahoma, he grew up in an extremely successful wrestling family. His father was Mark Perry, who is a former Oklahoma state two time All American wrestler. His uncle was John Smith, he was a 6 time World Champion and a coach and mentor of Chris at Oklahoma State University. Chris grew up alongside his older brother Mark Perry Jr, who was a two time NCAA Champion and a four time All American. Chris was lucky to have such experienced people in his family and as a result, it would inspire Chris to head down the same path. Heading into high school Chris was an excellent wrestler but he also loved football, and was a standout running back for the Pioneers football team.
How Much Is Chris Perry Worth?
Chris Perry has accumulated a sizable nest egg, as his triumphs on the wrestling mats are well known throughout Oklahoma. Chris has won numerous Big 12 and NCAA titles along with many other state titles and open tournaments. Chris has also been involved with Oklahoma on a coaching level, with a couple of years of volunteering and now is paid to be one of the head coaches. Chris Perry has a net worth of over 2 million dollars and his finances are rapidly increasing.
How Tall Is Chris Perry?
Chris Perry is 5 feet and 11 inches tall which is the equivalent of 180 centimetres.
How Much Does Chris Perry Weigh?
Chris Perry has competed in many different weight classes throughout his career. He has won titles at 160 lbs (72 kg) 171 lbs (77 kg) and 189 lbs (85 kg)
Chris Perry’s Fight List!
Chris Perry has an incredible list of athletes he has competed against, Chris has competed against more ranked opponents than anyone at Oklahoma State in history. His fight list includes great names like; Tanner Weatherman, Andrew Howe, Matt Brown, Brent Havlik, Mike Evans, Joe LeBlanc, Kevin Steinhaus, Logan Storley, Patrick Martinez, Jordan Blanton, Kirk Smith, Clayton Foster, Mike Larson, Jon Fausey and Brian Roddy.
Chris Perry’s Best Fight Of All Time!
Chris Perry has had some standout matches in his wrestling career, with wins over top ranked athletes. Chris has won numerous Big 12 titles with wins over Kyle Detmer and Dorian Henderson. Chris also beat #2 seed Joe LeBlanc in the final of the Reno Tournament of Champions at the 184 kg bracket. Chris has also beaten Andrew Howe at 174 lbs in his second NCAA Championship final. Another good win for Chris was in the Big 12 Conference Championships, as a freshman he defeated Josh Ihnen 3 - 2 after scoring a reversal in the tiebreak period to clinch the conference title.
The best win of Chris’ career would earn him his first ever NCAA title, as a Junior he won 3 out of his 5 NCAA matches in overtime. After his close matchups against quality opponents, he fought the #2 seed Matt Brown of Penn State and defeated him in a very close match that ended 2 - 1 in favour of Chris Perry.
Who Did Chris Perry Lose To?
Chris Perry has an incredible win loss record throughout high school and college. Although he is probably the most successful wrestler to come out of Oklahoma state, he has lost some matches in his career. Chris Perry’s most notable loss would come at the Central Missouri Open. In the final Chris Perry would be defeated 7 - 4 against his OSU teammate and All American Clayton Foster.
Chris Perry’s Record!
Chris Perry has proven himself to be one of the best wrestlers that has ever come out of Stillwater High and Oklahoma State University. His amazing high school record of 133 wins and only 1 loss including 101 consecutive victories. His college record is also spectacular with 122 wins and only 11 losses including a dual record of 63 wins and 7 losses.
Chris perry has won many accolades like; 2 x NCAA Championship (2013, 2014) Big 12 Championship (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014) Oklahoma State Championship (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) 3 x All American honours, Junior Hodge Trophy Winner (2009) 2 x Academic All Big 12 first team member, Chris has also won multiple titles at open events throughout his career, including; Roger Denker Open, Fort Hayes Open, Missouri Open, US Junior Freestyle Nationals, Fargo Junior Freestyle Nationals, Linwood Open, the Joe Parisi title and 2 x Southern Scuffle Championships.
Chris Perry’s Injuries
Chris Perry has had an amazing run through wrestling without any injuries of significant magnitude. Although he has pulled up sore after many events, Chris maintains that his recovery after wrestling meets have been instrumental in how he has succeeded throughout his career.
Is Chris Perry Retired?
After an incredible career in wrestling, full of amazing records and multiple Championship titles, Chris has retired from competitive wrestling. Chris has said in interviews that he is happy with the achievements in his career, with NCAA titles and Big 12 Conference Championships, Chris is heavily satisfied. Chris is now a coach at Oklahoma State University as he is following in the footsteps of his Uncle, John Smith.
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