No problemo, Cradler.
That plan makes more sense then. But you can take your wrestling and sprinting and everything and package it up as one big bundle in terms of figuring out what to leave out or include in your gym/maximal work.
So instead of having a squat workout and a deadlift workout (or workout A and B), plus wrestling and sprinting, you have your wrestling workouts (training, mat work, whatever), sprints (cardio, weight loss) and your workouts.
You mentioned there's alot of twisting and lateral movement during wrestling, so if you do any of that type of movement in the gym keep the volume very low, or cut it. Same with sprints. You may want to keep hip dominant exercises to a lower volume and maybe even knee dominant exercises just as a precaution.
Think of it this way. You wouldn't go in and do maximal deadlifts today and then do them again tomorrow or the next day. Same thing goes with all your other stuff. Adjust the gym workout volume according to the fatigue your accumulating from your non-gym workouts. Just because you're not doing a deadlift or a squat doesn't mean that you can't accumulate the same kind of fatigue.
It also works the other way. Suppose your out of the gym training doesn't work your shoulders much. You can include shoulders, in the gym, with a moderate volume because they're not really being used.
You pretty much summed this up in your post anyway, lol.
Like Pity said, a sample workout would be nice.