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    Many have said that Jeremy is the finest technical wrestler of all time, and boasting almost flawless technique, he does have a strong case for that honour.

    What is the meaning of "case" here? arguments or "situation"?

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    Re: case

    Quote Originally Posted by redgiant View Post
    Many have said that Jeremy is the finest technical wrestler of all time, and boasting almost flawless technique, he does have a strong case for that honour.

    What is the meaning of "case" here? arguments or "situation"?
    A strong case means a strong argument.

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