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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | September 19, 2016

National champion J’den Cox is a man of many talents

Olympian. National champion. Singer?

That’s right. Missouri wrestler J’den Cox is one of the most talented people in all of college sports. A bronze medalist in the 86kg freestyle in Rio, there’s no denying Cox’s talent on the mat. But now, he’s showcasing his chops on the microphone to the world.

Cox recently sang the National Anthem at a Missouri football game, and he received well-deserved praise. Watch the video below to find out more about Cox’s musical passion:

Cox’s musical talent makes perfect sense; after all, he started singing when he was three and started wrestling when he was four. It’s always fun to see collegiate athletes showcasing their abilities outside of sports.

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