That was tragic for a sport that has been part of the Olympics for more than 2,700 years. Part of the sports victory, to get back into the Olympics, has to do with its energetic sports body (FILA) chief Nenad Lalovic who took over after the IOC debacle and then travelled around the world to highlight the sports changing profile and history. Easier rules have been put in place; three two-minute bouts have been replaced by two three-minute bouts and cumulative scoring has been introducedthe cause of gender equality has been served by bringing in two new weight categories for women. As a result, while wrestling got 49 votes at the IOC, other contenders like softball-baseball got 24 and squash 22it helped that at the London Olympics, 29 countries won medals in wrestling. Softball-baseball has been part of 5 Olympics and squash never, despite its new rules and attempts to increase the sports appeal by using drop boxes at exotic locales including the pyramids. Go India!