Mr. Gould named Eric Burkuah of the 86 Kilogram division and Venacious Juah of the 66 kilogram category.
According to him, the newly licensed wrestlers stand to reap immense beneifts as other international wrestlers.
Mr. Gould disclosed that with the licensing of the two Liberian wrestlers by the IWF, additional athletes are set to be licensed in the shortest possible time.
He noted that many of the local wrestlers applied for the licensed, but unfortunately the IWF, after scrutinizing the applications, Burkuah and Juah were the two most successful fighters.
Acording to Gould, the licenses which have arrived revealed that Eric Burkuah is in the senior category while his counterpart Venacious Juah is in the cadet division.
The Liberia Wrestling Federation disclosed that additional applications have been sent in to the international body for review.
Meanwhile, it has not been confirmed whether the LWF will participate in the 2017 African championship in Morocco.
The tournament which started on Wednesday April 26 and is expected to climax on April 30, 2017, will bring together wrestlers from around the continent.
Previously, the LWF boss George Gould noted that the lack of finance may cause Liberia to lose the opportunity to participate in the Morocco showdown.
All efforts to contact the LWF boss for confirmation as to whether the team left for the North African country did not materialize, as his phone was switched off.