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Bryce Meredith

Bryce Meredith

Bryce "Money" Meredith is an American amateur wrestler from Cheyenne, Wyoming (WY), who is widely regarded as one of the most exciting athletes of his generation while being also one of the most prolific wrestlers produced by WY State. Meredith gained his country-wide reputation while competing for the University of Wyoming Athletics, also known as the Cowboys, where he earned 3 All-American spots, a runner-up NCAA Championship and a Big 12 2nd Place.

Bryce Meredith Wrestling


High School
- NHSCA All-American (2011 / 2012 / 2013 / 2014)
- 1st Place Wyoming State Championship (2011 / 2012 / 2013 / 2014)

- All-American (2016 / 2017 / 2018)
- 1st Place Northern Colorado Open (2018)
- 1st Place Cliff Keen Invitational (2016)
- 2nd Place NCAA 141 lbs Championship (2016 / 2018)
- 2nd Place Big 12 Championship (2017)
- 2nd Place NWCA All-Star Classic (2017)
- 4th Place NCAA 141 lbs Championship (2017)

Weight Division: 141 lbs

- Central High School North Carolina State University (Wolfpack)
- Wyoming State University (Cowboys)

Bryce Meredith Biography

Bryce Meredith was born on May 1, 1995, in Cheyenne, Wyoming - United States of America.

Not much is known regarding Bryce's early wrestling days, though, by the time he reached high-school, his talent and technical prowess were well polished as he went on to conquer 4 state titles for Cheyenne's Central High School.

After his time at Central High, the young Wyoming native joined the North Carolina State University for one season. He was the Wolfpack's starter at 133 pounds, going 15-7 as a freshman, joining the Wyoming State University program the following year.

It was while wrestling for Wyoming's Cowboys that Bryce's star shined brightest. High-level wrestling, an aggressive style, and plenty of charisma led Bryce Meredith to become one of the most talked-about collegiate wrestlers in the nation.

After a solid folkstyle career, in 2019 Bryce Meredith moved to New Jersey to focus on his freestyle/senior goals, working with Reece Humphrey at the New Jersey Regional Training Center (NJRTC), making a maximum effort towards his run at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

During 2019 Bryce also expressed his desire to head towards mixed martial arts (MMA) once his Olympic dream had been fulfilled. Further hinting at a move towards cage fighting, in 2020 Bryce Meredith signed on with the management firm Martin Advisory Group, which also represented MMA fighters such as Bellator's Ryan Bader, Michael Chandler, Logan Storley and former UFC champ Robbie Lawler.

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