Only a few among many can recount Abraham Lincoln’ s life story. particularly how he became a wrestling champion as a legend, he was regarded as the greatest president in American history, and his acclaimed debate with Stephen A.
Dougles, creation of the Emancipation Proclamation, in the Gettysburg Address, and finally, his death by the hands of John Wilkes Booth after the Civil War were all reasons for this.
To date, he has been a respected and well- known United States president, as history will demonstrate in the scholarship examination.
When Lincoln was a young boy, there was a national wrestling hall of fame in Payne County, Oklahoma, and within that hall were the greatest wrestlers, from collegiate to Olympic championships.
But no one among them was given the chance to perform or prove his skill in the spot within the ring that could earn him an outstanding American honor; and, aside from Lincoln, who was given the chance, no one believed in him; he was mocked among his friends, who saw him as a failure in his life as a farmer in the Kentucky backwoods.
Lincoln enjoyed physical activities, particularly wrestling, as a form of recreation; during his political career, he was a calculated and ambitious wrestler; and, despite his youth, he was described as cocky in his sportsmanship.
He learned to carry through a wrestling game called catching a catching can, which is known for its brawling and combative style, as well as its bull- like aggressive rushes and hand- to- hand combat tactics against the opponent.
He continued to grow from a local wrestler during the 1820s and into an early wrestler in the 1830s. He won his championship when he was 22 years old, while moving around the store where he had worked as a clerk in New Salem, when his boss, Denton Offutt, marched in, making a racket, to see who could challenge his boys in a wrestling match with the local Clarys Grove Boys, who were his stars.
The Clovis Grove boys are notorious for disliking attitudes like drinking, smoking, and fighting more than anyone else.
Among his clerks was Jack Armstrong, a champion wrestler who stood to defend his master’ s act.
He saw another opportunity to gain more honor and prove his human strength. Abraham Lincoln picked up the courage to face Armstrong in the ring.
Armstrong saw Abraham Lincoln as a sliver of what he possessed, and he saw no reason to waste time beating him up. But the strong young Abraham Lincoln didn’ t mind; he was already familiar with how people insulted his stature and strength.
When the wrestling began, Abraham Lincoln was beaten but did not give up, allowing Armstrong to do whatever he pleased because he was desperate to reclaim the championship.
At that time, Lincoln lost his temper. He grabbed Armstrong by the neck, raised him above his head, shook him around and finally slammed Armstrong on the ground. He won the match.
When the Crown saw what they were while the Grove boys began to threaten Lincoln, Armstrong bounced and defended Lincoln also pronounced Lincoln the best wrestler who broke his victory and he fit to be one of them. Abraham Lincoln won the battle by slamming Armstrong to the ground.By Chinedu Onyeka