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Shelton Mack: Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
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Shelton Mack: Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

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Who is Shelton Mack?

Shelton Mack is an American wrestler who competed in the NCAA’s Division I, as well as in the Pan American Championships and in the US Senior Nationals. Although he never won the NCAA tournament, Mack was a force to be reckoned with on the mats during each year he competed in college. Since graduating college, and trying his hand on the amateur wrestling circuit, Shelton Mack has found a place working with many major Collegiate wrestling teams such as Columbia university, the University of maryland, and the University of Virginia.

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Who is Shelton Mack?

Shelton Mack is an American wrestler who competed in the NCAA’s Division I, as well as in the Pan American Championships and in the US Senior Nationals. Although he never won the NCAA tournament, Mack was a force to be reckoned with on the mats during each year he competed in college. Since graduating college, and trying his hand on the amateur wrestling circuit, Shelton Mack has found a place working with many major Collegiate wrestling teams such as Columbia university, the University of maryland, and the University of Virginia.

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Mack was born in Meadville, Pennsylvania and grew up with a single mother. Having just one parent in the house meant that the young Shelton Mack had plenty of unguided time in which to raise hell. He took full advantage of it when he could, but his mother soon caught on and put the young Shelton in sports and other extracurricular activities.

The SMack Reattack System by Shelton Mack

Shelton found his way to wrestling and grappling at a very young age, and became obsessed with the sport by seven years old when his mother finally decided to allow him to train in something so inherently rough and physical. Shelton grew up wrestling with his cousin and best friend, Casey Davies, who kept him sharp as he earned regional titles as a sophomore in high school.

In high school he was a standout wrestler for the Meadville bulldogs wrestling squad, with an outstanding record of 141-21. He placed first in the PIAA District 10 championship in his state in both 2008 and 2009 as a junior and a senior in high school, respectively. This set him up to be scouted by D1 college wrestling squads, and he signed on with the University of Pittsburgh.

While in Pennsylvania, Shelton Mack qualified for the NCAA Division 1 conference in 2012, 2013, and 2014. He also achieved a bronze medal in the ACC championships in 2014, during his senior year. After graduating college, Shelton decided that he would try his hand at the freestyle rule set as an adult. 

It was here in freestyle that Mack really hit his stride. Shelton found some immediate success in the Asics University Nationals achieving 6th and 7th place in 2012 and 2013, respectively. He also achieved a silver medal, second place, at the 2012 f i l a junior world team trials. all of these competitions were entered at the same weight of 133 pounds.

He transitioned to coaching during these years of amateur freestyle competition, and also earned a reputation for helping younger athletes, like NCAA All American George DiCamillo, achieve their best on the mat. He signed on as a coach with the University of Virginia Cavaliers and kept the job for about three years before moving on in 2015.

It was then, in 2015, that the opportunity to coach at the University of Maryland came up. He jumped at the chance, and was able to help some of their athletes achieve greatness at the big ten tournament that year. After a period of time with the Maryland Terps, Shelton became interested in coaching at Columbia University in New York, where he still resides.

At the same time he’s been coaching, he’s also been staying in top competitive shape. In fact, in 2021, Mack Made Waves by achieving first place in both the UWW Pan American championships and in the UWW senior National championships. He proved to himself and to the larger wrestling community that he can still hang with those at the highest level.

Mastering Takedowns With Motion by Shelton Mack

How Old is Shelton Mack?

Shelton Mack was a senior in high school wrestling for the Meadville Bulldogs in 2009, meaning he’s about 32 years old as of 2023.

Shelton Mack Family

Not much has been published about Shelton Mack’s family. He maintains a private life, preferring to focus on the sport when interviewed.

How Much is Shelton Mack Worth?

Shelton Mack’s net worth is not public information. He has been a consistent part of the coaching landscape at some of the NCAA’s biggest schools, including the University of Virginia and the University of Maryland.

How Tall is Shelton Mack?

Shelton Mack’s height isn’t recorded because he’s a grappler.

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How Much Does Shelton Mack Weigh? 

Shelton Mack competes most frequently at 133 pounds, and has done so for over a decade.

Shelton Mack Fight List

As a grappler, Shelton Mack has had far too many bouts to list them all here. High school wrestlers often compete so frequently that it puts most other athletic Endeavors to shame. In fact, Shelton Mack had achieved an insane record of 141 wins in 21 losses before he ever stepped foot on a college mat. In college, he continued his streak of greatness achieving a record of 84 wins and 49 losses in the NCAA's toughest division, Division 1. During that time, he was a three-time national qualifier for the NCAA National Championship Tournament.

Shelton Mack's Best Fight of All Time

Shelton Mack has fought so many times that it’s hard to pick one shining moment to claim as his best.

Who Did Shelton Mack Lose To?

Shelton Mack competed hundreds of times and certainly lost a few matches. None standout as household names worth mentioning.

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Shelton Mack Record

Shelton Mack has competed To an absurd degree, wrestling to over 160 matches in high school alone. By the time he was done with college, Mack was a veteran of  nearly 300 matches. This number makes him exceptionally experienced, even for a wrestler. He continued to add on to this number as an amateur wrestler after college although his record became harder to trace once he moved into amateur competition.

Shelton Mack was 161-21 in high school and was 84-49 in college.

Shelton Mack Injuries

Shelton Mack was not public with any major injuries, but he has been grappling for well over a decade. It’s highly likely that he’s had some run-ins with injury but has stayed healthy nonetheless.

Is Shelton Mack Retired?

Shelton Mack is not retired, although many would have argued that he was before he made a comeback in 2021. Previous to 2021, Mack’s last tournament win was around 2014. Seven years later, after nearly an additional decade of coaching NCAA Division I talent, Mack returned to the grappling scene to win the UWW Pan Ams and the UWW Senior Nationals.

When he’s not coaching himself or others to greatness, Mack can be found putting his technique down on film for the world to digest. He’s recently put together a set of creative and helpful instructional videos to aid you in improving your ground game. “The SMack Reattack System” is a creative intro into Shelton’s own mindset of creating opportunity off of defense by ‘reattacking’ when opportunity presents itself. “Mastering Takedowns with Motion” focuses not on the grips, as so many takedown instructionals do, but on finishing the takedowns with fluid motion after making contact. Both products are excellent demonstrations of Shelton Mack’s incredible prowess on the mat. Check them out now!

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