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There are wristwrestling competitions in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. These tournaments are the only wristwrestling ones in the United States, run by 1 man. Armwrestling is a world-wide sport, and common weight classes are 154 lbs, 165 lbs, 176 lbs, 189 lbs., 198 lbs., 209 lbs, 220 lbs, and usually 221+ lbs. Sometimes it's 232+ lbs or 240+ lbs. Most tournaments won't have all these weight classes, most will be like 154, 176, 198, 220, 221+ but it depends on the tournament.

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