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October 27. 2018.
Péter Bácsi World Champion
The 82 kg wrestler, Péter Bácsi became World Champion on the Budapest World Championship!

We have been waiting for the moment that came on Friday: Péter Bácsi was in front of the Greeco-Roman final of the Budapest Wrestling World Championship. The World- and two-time European Champion classic wrestler of Ferencváros encountered Emrah Kus from Turkey.

Emrah took a great start but Bacsi came to win his second title on Firday and won 4-3. It was a great turn after the Turkish opponent’s 3-0 lead after the first period.

- I don’t know where I took the energy from, but you simply just cannot lose in front of such fantastic supporters. The first three battles nothing worked out for me, but now and in the semi final, when I really needed it, I did it. It is like a dream to celebrate with my family and loved wones – said Bácsi after the final.


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Nowadays he is working at the green-white club of Budapest as sports director.

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András Sike: "Competitors should be much more aware"

We talked with the former wrestler of Ferencváros.

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