Sets of 10 8 and higher reps like that will build some strenght but at the expense of increasing muscle size.
I saw in your previous post you want to compete at about your current bodyweight so if you are deadset on that you are better off doing more high instensity(closer to your max) and low to moderate volume. Try doing lifts like weighted chins and dips, box squats and weighted abdominal work for the bulk of your strength training.
Probably something in the range of 1-5 reps for 5 or so sets.
As far as being ripped thats a reflection of your diet. There are hundreds of good diet articles here on this website, just read anything by Berardi. With your wrestling practice or conditioning I doubt you will need or be able to handle much cardiovascular work. But if you do look into high intensity sprinting instead of long distance running. Hope that helps some.