About

Welcome To Norwalk Youth Wrestling

In 2010 a handful of individuals established the Mad Bull Wrestling Club with a directive and a common mission to promote the sport of wrestling in the Norwalk area.  We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.

As a club, we aim to provide wrestling instruction for youths from kindergarten up to and including seniors in high school, to provide financial assistance to the the high school teams, and to promote the sport of wrestling to the public.

Quint, Joey and Mike as Scorers

Quality and experienced coaches with background checks and credentials – will provide wrestling instruction with an emphasis on fundamentals that breed physical and mental growth.  Each child gets group and individualized instruction depending on their individual skill level.  The hosted tournaments and fund raising efforts of the club allow us to assist our school teams with the venue, equipment, uniforms, mats, tournament supplies, and other critical items that are required for the sport at all levels.

Wrestling is a unique and special sport – here in Norwalk and in every corner of the world; it provides both physical and mental development, as well as both team and individual competitions.  The Mad Bull Wrestling Club strives to help give each youth wrestler the skills to achieve success on the mat as well as off mat.  Most important is that wrestling is fun. We hope you will join us and mention your experience to a friend, another family or another child.  The club operates and adheres to the guidelines of USA Wrestling and is a USA Wrestling sanctioned wrestling club.  We have a clear purpose, a clear mission and great volunteer leadership.  We are engaged in the Norwalk community and are continually open to new ideas.

Wrestling is the sixth-most popular sport for boys at the high school level with 272,890 participants in 10,363 schools during the 2009-10 season, according to the NFHS (National Federation of State High School Associations) Athletics Participation Survey. In addition, 6,134 girls were involved in wrestling in 1,009 high schools.

We support our youth wrestling, middle school, high school and summer wrestling (freestyle & Greco-Roman) programs.  In addition, we support those that continue to wrestle in college and post-high school endeavors.