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Not since Cael Sanderson has there been an American wrestler with as much hype around them as Nebraska phenom Jordan Burroughs.
The former NCAA champion will make his push for the 2012 Summer Olympics this year, where he hopes to capture gold for America.
He'll then look to do the same thing in 2016 and then make his move into mixed martial arts.
Burroughs has a very set plan for how he will conquer the wrestling world and then the MMA world.
Listen to what he has to say and how he intends to do it in this exclusive interview with Olympic hopeful Jordan Burroughs
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