Last weekend’s Beat The Streets event featured some of the U.S. best wrestlers on the international circuit against top athletes from Russia, the number-one ranked team. After winning his second NCAA title for the University of Nebraska, Jordan Burroughs is now training for the 2012 Olympics.

At the event, he used his superior double leg to defeat Aniuar Geduev, who is a top-three wrestler in Russia and holds a victory over World Champion Makhach Murtazaliev.

BloodyElbow’s KJ Gould seems to think that Daniel Cormier will be able to eventually recruit Burroughs to join AKA.

Jordan Burroughs vs. Aniuar Geduev

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By Richard Anderson Mann

Richard Anderson Mann is an MMA journalist who makes his home in Washington, DC. He holds a Journalism Master’s degree from Roosevelt University. Currently, he is a columnist for Pro MMA Now (www.prommanow.com), a news writer for ADCombat.com and an official scorer for FightMetric. Richard has also been published in the Washington Times, Palm Beach Post, Naples Daily News, Michigan Chronicle and Miami Herald. He can be reached by email at RichardAndersonMann@gmail.com or on Twitter at Twitter.com/RichardAMann.

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