Prepositions after "wrestle"

wrestle with, in, from, into or out?

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    In 74% of cases wrestle with is used
    We've been wrestling with this.
    I had been wrestling with MYOB during the 9 month contract I was doing.
    For 3,000 years people have wrestled with the great questions of existence.
    INSKEEP: But is there seriously -- is there seriously something that you're wrestling with? SEN.
    I expect more bouts of indecision over the next few weeks as I wrestle with which venues to visit.
    If that were the only factor to wrestle with, how easy would our lives as Christ lovers be? So easy.
    Mr Lowry and his finance team are now wrestling with next year's council budget in the face of Government grant cuts.
    Posted by lvent on Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012 1:27 PM (EDT ): It is difficult to help people wrestle with their own demons.
    Job wrestles with God for chapters and chapters and chapters until finally God hears enough and slaps him back into place.

    In 5% of cases wrestle in is used
    It is always up in the air of which two will be wrestling in the squared circle in any match.
    He wrestled in promotional matches under the name Flex Kavana, earning $40 a night during the summer of 1996.

    In 3% of cases wrestle from is used
    What've we lost now that it's been wrestled from his grasp? Nah-thing.
    Obama will have to show how this is far worse for most Americans than the mediocre recovery he wrestled from unwilling Republican legislators.

    In 3% of cases wrestle into is used
    The first seed of Reid Damnit was planted when she popped into a Lower East Side fabric store and on a whim took home a parcel of leather which she wrestled into the form of a wallet.

    In 3% of cases wrestle out is used
    It must take her some time to wrestle out of.
    It seems that control of the plane which crashed near Pittsburgh was probably wrestled out of the hands of the terrorists by a group of brave passengers.
    He commented: People probably look at him and don't think of him as a strong guy but, again and again, he breaks tackles, wrestles out of tackles and keeps going.

    In 2% of cases wrestle against is used
    Instinctively wrestling against their tethers but helpless to escape them, the grooms had bellowed out some very un-churchlike phrases.

    In 2% of cases wrestle between is used
    I would have take the problem back and wrestle between hope that I would get it but telling myself all the positive things about the interview and my skills.

    In 2% of cases wrestle for is used
    Don't expect to see Flair ever wrestle for WWE again because of the retirement stipulation.

    In 2% of cases wrestle on is used
    Right away, that makes him a bit more expensive than booking most guys whose stars have risen on the independent circuit without a chance to wrestle on a televised corporate show.

    In 1% of cases wrestle as is used
    In an attempt to deal with his anger following Marisa's death, Ryan takes a job in a seedy bar where he becomes a barman by day and wrestles as a cage fighter by night.

    In 1% of cases wrestle at is used
    It is packed with photographs and mementos including gold discs and posters from when he used to wrestle at halls around the country.

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