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Cox is a two-time World Champion and three-time NCAA Champion from Columbia, Missouri.

  1. 86kg U - What Colleges Have Produced The Best At 86kg For Team USA

    86kg U - What Colleges Have Produced The Best At 86kg For Team USA

    Jul 3, 2021

    David Taylor will represent the United States at the Olympics at the 86kg weight class this August in Tokyo. Leading up to the Olympic Games, we’ll be exploring what colleges contribute the most World/Olympic team members and medals by weight class. In this article, we’ll analyze the last 30 years of results at 86kg from worlds and Olympics to see what college produces the best 86kg wrestlers.
  2. FRL 658 - Poland Day 2 Craziness + 133 lbs Tiers

    FRL 658 - Poland Day 2 Craziness + 133 lbs Tiers

    Jun 9, 2021

    On episode 658 of FRL the boys talk J'den getting upset, Yianni vs Musukaev, officiating, Pantaleo beating Green, 133 lbs tiers, Iowa vs Penn State, and much more.
  3. J'den Cox Joins The New Jersey Regional Training Center

    J'den Cox Joins The New Jersey Regional Training Center

    May 21, 2021

    Two-time world champ and Rio Olympic bronze medalist J'den Cox is joining the NJ-RTC. The Mizzou grad will split time between New Jersey and the Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado where has been training full time.
  4. What Happened With J'den Cox, And What Happens Next?

    What Happened With J'den Cox, And What Happens Next?

    Apr 5, 2021

    Before the first whistle blew in Fort Worth at this weekend's US Olympic Trials, USA Wrestling announced that two-time World champion and four-time World and Olympic medalist, J'den Cox had missed weight and would not be allowed to compete. Not surprisingly, this sent shock waves through the wrestling community, and for the entire weekend, that story remained at the top of many people's minds.
  5. Kevin Jackson on J'den Cox Saga: 'We're Not Giving Up'

    Kevin Jackson on J'den Cox Saga: 'We're Not Giving Up'

    Apr 2, 2021

    Two-time World champion J’den Cox is pursuing steps to get back into the Olympic Trials after being removed from the 97-kilogram bracket Friday morning when he did not make weight by the 8 a.m. deadline. 
  6. J'den Cox Does Not Make Weight, Will Not Compete At Olympic Team Trials

    J'den Cox Does Not Make Weight, Will Not Compete At Olympic Team Trials

    Apr 2, 2021

    The reigning two-time 92kg world gold medalist J'den Cox has been removed from the 97kg bracket at the Olympic Team Trials.