Nick Gwiazdowski Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Nick Gwiazdowski?
Nickolos Edward Gwiazdowski, better known as Nick Gwiazdowski, is an American Freestyle wrestler and graduated folkstyle wrestler from New York State. Nick Gwiazdowski started wrestling at the same time as many others when he was in high school.
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While he was in high school, Nick Gwiazdowski was a 2 time NYSPHSAA (New York) Division II state champion and gained a perfect 50 and 0 record in his senior year. ON top of that impressively perfect record, he managed to not have a single opponent go a full match against him.
After graduating from high school, Nick Gwiazdowski would first attend Binghamton University until transferring to North Carolina State University. Nick Gwiazdowski is a two-time NCAA Division I National Champion, winning the honour when he was competing for the North Carolina State University wrestling team, the North Carolina State Wolfpack.
After graduating from university, Nick Gwiazdowski would go on to train out of the Titan Mercury Wrestling Club for his Freestyle career.
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How Old is Nick Gwiazdowski?
Nick Gwiazdowski was born on December 30, 1992 in Duanesburg, New York, U.S.A. This makes him 28 years old at the time of writing.
Nick Gwiazdowski’s Family
There is not much information available about Nick Gwiazdowski’s family. He does have an older brother that he says is a source of inspiration for him.
How Much is Nick Gwiazdowski Worth?
Nick Gwiazdowski’s estimated net worth in 2021 is said to be $1.5 million US dollars.
How Tall is Nick Gwiazdowski?
Nick Gwiazdowski stands at 6 foot 1 inches tall or 1.85 meters tall.
What is Nick Gwiazdowski’s Reach?
Nick Gwiazdowski’s reach is currently unknown.
How Much Does Nick Gwiazdowski Weigh?
Nick Gwiazdowski has competed at the 125 kilograms or 275 pounds weight class. He has also competed in the 120-kilogram weight class.
Nick Gwiazdowski’s Fight List
Nick Gwiazdowski’s fight list starts at the 2013 US Open where he would beat 3 out of his 5 total opponents to ultimately take home 7th place.
Nick Gwiazdowski would then compete next at the 2013 US University Nationals where he would beat 5 out of his 6 opponents and take home 3rd place overall.
Nick Gwiazdowski then competed at the 2014 US World Team Trials and he would come in t4th place after beating his first two opponents but then losing to the next two.
Nick Gwiazdowski would then take a break from competition for a year and make a comeback at the 2015 US Nationals where he would come in 4th palace after beating 3 out of his 4 opponents. That year Nick Gwiazdowski would also compete at the US World Team Trials and come in at 4th place overall after losing to two out of his five opponents.
Nick Gwiazdowski would finally gain his first gold medal in Freestyle wrestling competition at the 2015 Spain Grand Prix after beating all 4 of his opponents. Nick Gwiazdowski would then continue his gold medal streak at the 2015 Bill Farrel M. International, once again beating all 4 of his opponents and taking home first place.
Nick Gwiazdowski would then compete next at the 2016 US Olympic team trials. After only beating 2 out of his 4 total opponents he would come in fourth place.
He would then go on to make his next appearance at the 2016 US University Nationals and would come back to winning first place after winning all of his seven matches.
Nick Gwiazdowski would then make his next appearance at the 2016 Ziolkowski International and take home 3rd place after losing his first match but then winning in his next two.
Nick Gwiazdowski then competed at the 2016 International Cup where he would get to the finals but then lose and take home second place.
Then as a part of Titan Mercury Wrestling Club, Nick Gwiazdowski would compete at the 2016 World Clubs Cup where he as a part of TMWC he would take home first place.
Nick Gwiazdowski then made his next big appearance at the 2017 world cup but end up taking home second place.
Nick Gwiazdowski would then have a hot streak starting at the 2017 US Open where he would win all 5 of his matches and take home first place. He would win gold again at the US World Team Trials after winning all three of his matches and qualify for the US team.
Nick Gwiazdowski would end this hot streak at the 2017 Spain Grand Prix, beating all 3 of his opponents to win in his division.
Nick Gwiazdowski then made his appearance at the 2017 World Championships and take home 3rd place after beating 4 out of his 5 opponents.
Nick Gwiazdowski then made his next big competition appearance at the 2018 Pan American Championships where he would take home first place after beating all 3 of his opponents.
Nick Gwiazdowski would then also qualify for the US team at the 2018 US World Team Trials after winning all three of his matches.
Nick Gwiazdowski then won his next big tournament at the 2019 Pan American Championships where he beat all 4 of his opponents and win gold. He would then go on to win gold at the US World Team Trials that same year.
Most recently, Nick Gwiazdowski won at the 2021 US Open after defeating all 4 of his opponents.
Who Did Nick Gwiazdowski Lose to?
Nick Gwiazdowski has lost to, in order, Dom Bradley multiple times, Tyrell Fortune on multiple occasions, Zach Rey on multiple occasions, Tervel Dlagnev, Mukhamagazi Magomedov, Batraz Gazzaev, Giorgi Meshvildishvili, Alen Zasyeyev, Adlan Ibragimov, Jamaladdin Magomedov, Komeil Ghasemi, Taha Akgül, Geno Petriashvili, Muradin Kushkhov, Oleksandr Khotsianivskyi, Deng Zhiwei multiple times, Parviz Hadi, Taha Akgül, Yadollah Mohebbi, Zelimkhan Khizriev, Batradz Gazzaev, Amir Hossein Zare, Gable Steveson, Mason Parris, Robert Baran, Amir Hossein Zare.
What is Nick Gwiazdowski’s Record?
Nick Gwiazdowski has a combined freestyle wrestling record of 145 total matches with 110 wins and 35 losses.
This gives Nick Gwiazdowski a total win percentage of 76 per cent.
What Titles Has Nick Gwiazdowski Held?
Nick Gwiazdowski has won a ton of different big name titles including,
- 2 Time Pan American Championships (2018, 2019)
- 2019 Pan American Games
- 2 Time US National Champion (2017, 2021)
Has Nick Gwiazdowski Had Any Serious Injuries?
Nick Gwiazdowski has had no serious injuries that are worth noting here.
Is Nick Gwiazdowski Retired?
Nick Gwiazdowski is not retired from freestyle wrestling and most recently competed in June 2021 at the 2021 Poland Open at the time of writing.
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