When high school wrestler 18-year-old Brendan Johnson saw who he was compared versus in the state competition, he withdrew from the competitors. Although Johnson, from Colorado, confirms that he gave up the competition due to the fact that of his faiths, critics question if it was something various. Johnson was compared versus female wrestlers and chose to desert the match rather of face off with them in the ring.
Last month, Brandon withdrew from his slated match versus Skyview High senior Jaslynn Gallegos in the preliminary of the competition since he declined to battle a woman. Then when he got taken into the alleviation matches, he quit versus the 3rd challenger was Angel Rios from Valley High.
Both of the females he surrendered versus put in the competition. Angel Rios positioned 4th while Jaslynn Gallegos put 5th.
Brandon Johnson comes from Classical Academy in Colorado Springs. Although his forfeits ended his high school battling profession, he stated it was much better to lose by quiting than to battle a lady since it protested his spiritual and individual beliefs.