What up wrestlers. Ok, I am 23 and have been doing BJJ for about 2 1/2 years. I compete quite a bit and have done really well, but I have pulled guard against every opponent. The guard is my strength and it is what I am dangerous with. I didn't plan on that it is just how it happened. I never had any previous wrestling experience (always in baseball) so my wrestling is not very good. I have been working takedowns for the past few months with 3 guys who wrestled in high-school so I have gotten a lot better but not good by any means. I am at the point where I can take down most of the regular guys who never wrestled (cause most don't work takedowns like your typical BJJ player), but against guys with any wrestling experience I get manhandled, which is to be expected. I have always admired wrestlers and their ability to dictate where the fight goes. Now I want to become a good wrestler and dictate where the game goes. I am athletic (I played Div. I baseball) and know I am capable of being a good wrestler if I work hard at it. I plan on fighting MMA so the wrestling will be extremely important whenever that day comes. What can I do to improve my wrestling, and try to catch up with the guys who wrestled in high-school and even in college? This might be impossible, I am not stupid and know the dedication and skill it takes to compete at a high college or high-school level and the fact I am starting wrestling at 23. Will I forever be outwrestled by these guys? If so I want to a damn good wrestler anyways, but mind you much of my time is spent in BJJ and sub grappling, and to a lesser extent boxing. Are there tapes I can watch? Drills I can do, by myself and with a partner? Any advice on becoming a good wrestler is much appreciated.