As a young man, Abraham Lincoln was an accomplished wrestler. In the book “Abraham Lincoln: The Praire Years” the author, Carl Sandburg, states that once after dispatching an opponent in a match, Lincoln challenged the entire crowd of onlookers and said, “I’m the big buck of this lick. If any of you want to try it, come on and whet your horns.” But no one dared to accept the challenge.
He played 300 matches in his lifetime and had lost only once. His huge fame in wrestling world earned him the honor of “Outstanding American” in the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. Omg