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Jordan Oliver Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age, & More!

Jordan Oliver Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age, & More!


Who Is Jordan Oliver?

Jordan Oliver is an American freestyle and former folkstyle wrestler who competes in the 65kg division. Some of his most notable achievements were becoming a 2020 US Olympic Team Member as well as the 2019 US National champion. While wrestling folkstyle in college he was a four-time Big 12 Conference champion and two-time NCAA Division I National Champion while at Oklahoma State University.

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Jordan was born and raised in Easton, Pennsylvania and wrestled at Easton Area High School. He had an impressive high school career, earning the record for the most victories as an AAA district wrestler in the state's history. He had a perfect 48-0 record his sophomore year, and then 40-0 as a senior. He was recruited by Oklahoma State University to continue his career in college.

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How Old Is Jordan Oliver?

Born May 8, 1990, Jordan Oliver is 31 years old.

Jordan Oliver’s Family

Currently there is no information available on the family of Jordan Oliver.

How Much Is Jordan Oliver Worth?

Jordan Oliver’s net worth is estimated to between $100,000-$1 Million.

How Tall Is Jordan Oliver?

Jordan Oliver stands at 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

How Much Does Jordan Oliver Weigh?

Jordan Oliver Weighs 65kg, or 143 pounds.

Jordan Oliver’s Match List

Jordan started off strong during his redshirt year with a record of 19-1. With dual meets included he finished the season at 32-4, and won his first Big 12 Conference title. He became the second Cowbot to earn Outstanding Wrestler honors as a freshman, and he became an All-American. During his sophomore year he compiled 18 wins, 90 takedowns, and 26 near falls. This year he claimed his first NCAA Division I title and became a two-time Big 12 Conference title holder.

Oliver was the top ranked wrestler at 133 pounds for the majority of the season his junior year and he set multiple records. 60% of his matches ended with a pin victory and 86% of his matches ended with bonus points for him. During the postseason Oliver has three straight pins and a dominant win by points in the NCAA finals, claiming his third straight Big 12 Conference title.

Oliver put on 16 pounds and moved up two weight classes for his senior year and was able to compile a perfect 38-0 record. He became a four-time Big 12 Conference champion, and he dominated as the top seed at the NCAA’s. He made his third straight NCAA finale and became a two-time NCAA champion to finish off his collegiate career.

Right after getting out of college, Oliver reached the finals of the 2013 US open. In 2014 he placed 6th at the US open. He defeated two-time Pac 12 Conference champion Borislav Novachkov at Beat the Streets, and then defeated Reece Humphrey at the US World Team Trials Challenge and earned the runner up slot. He also claimed a Bill Farrell bronze medal.

Between the years of 2015-2018 Oliver had many successes. He claimed both Dave Shultz and Bill Farrell Memorial titles, became a two-time US Nation runner-up, claimed a bronze medal from the Yasar Dogu, and placed second at the US World Team Trials. He only had 2 appearances in 2016, frst losing to Aaron Pico at the US Olympic Team Trials, and then losing to James Green at 70kg and failing to make the US World Team. Oliver suffered a suspension in 2017, and then came back in 2018 to defeat Olympic Champion Tighrul Asgarov at Beat the Streets, and placed 5th at the Poland Open.

In more recent years between 2019-2021 Oliver continued his success. He placed second at the Dan Kolov Memorial and third at the US World Team Trials. He also claimed the Bill Farrell Memorial Championship as well as the US National title. Before everything was shut down due to COVID-19 he placed second at the 2020 Matteo Pellicone Ranking series where he defeated former world champion Selahattin Kilicsallayan as well as reigning Junior World Champion Erik Arushanian. He then lost to reigning Asian Games champion Bajrang Punia. 

In the first major event during COVID-19, Oliver headlined and lost to reigning Pan American champion Jason Nolf at 79kg. Oliver competed at the 2021 US Olympic Team Trials as the number 4 seed for a shot to compete for the United States at the rescheduled 2020 Summer Olympics. He first defeated reigning NCAA Champion Nick Lee, and then upset reigning Pan American Champion Yianni Diakomisalis for a spot in the finale. He then defeated former US Open Nation Champion Joey McKenna, and secured his spot at a 2020 uS Olympic Team Member.

During the World Qualification Tournament Oliver made it to the finals with wins over numerous high level opponents, however he was stopped when he was defeated by reigning Individual World Cup champion Magomedmurad Gadzhiev, failing to qualify for the 2020 Summer Olympics. Since he was a US Olympic Team Member he was scheduled to compete at the Pan American Continental Championships, but was unable to compete due to an injury.

Currently, Oliver has to bulk up to 70kg so he can compete at the 2021 US World Team Trials on September 11-12, 2021. He is also intending on representing the UNited States at the World Championships. 

Jordan Oliver’s Best Match Of All Time

Jordan Oliver’s best match of all time is widely considered to be his winning match that coined him the US National title in 2019. He had fallen short the past few years of some big victories, so this win was extremely timely and important in his career.

Who Did Jordan Oliver Lose To?

Jordan Oliver has lost to Jayson Ness, Franklin Gomez, Logan Stieber, Brent Metcalf, Adam Hall, Kellen Russell, Evgheni Nedealco, Aaron Pico, Frank Chamizo, Akhmed Chakaev, Bajrang Punia, Yianni Diakomihalis, Zain Retherford, Jason Nolf, Alec Pantaleo, and Mogomedmurad Gadzhiev.

Jordan Oliver’s Record

Jordan Oliver’s professional record stands at 73-23.

Jordan Oliver Injuries

Oliver was unable to compete in May 20200 due to a torn LCL.

Is Jordan Oliver Retired?

No, Jordan Oliver still competes as a professional freestyle wrestler.

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