Well, the 200 f/2 is still the lens I want when I want to get pics of wrestling but I realized in some gyms, I might be too close and there might be too many things or people in the way for good shots. In the high school gyms, the length will be fine if I'm placed at a corner where there is not much obstruction and I'll be at a distance that will not impede others. Also, the 200mm would be good for baseball and football too. However, if some tournaments are held where everything can be crowded, that could be a problem. I may not get floor access as good as I can with the local matches.
Still want to get that 200 f/2 and the 1.4 III extender, though.
Well, here comes the 135 f/2. This lens is reasonably priced. From what I have read, it is the bees knees (still have no idea where this saying comes from, but it's something good). This lens could be real good for the indoor sports I can cover. It might be real good for basketball, if I want to cover games for that. I could but it's not a necessity. Still, the 135 lens I can walk around with relative ease and get great shots from various angles and not be in the way. I'm renting it from LensRentals for my nephew's graduation and although it may not be long enough, that's ok. I can try it for pics of the party and it'll get used a lot. I dont believe it has IS and I dont have a decent tripod yet (I dont think I could bring one in the arena anyway), so no video.
I'll have to add the 135 f/2 to the list.