Former Missouri wrestling star Dom Bradley is coming back to Columbia. 

Bradley, who was a two-time All-American during his career at MU, has joined coach Brian Smith's staff as a volunteer assistant, Missouri wrestling announced today. During his Missouri career, Bradley posted a 105-15 record, the fourth-best winning percentage in school history.

"I'm super excited to come home and continue my training and launch my coaching career," Bradley said in the press release. "Anytime you can come back to your alma mater is special. Coach Smith sold me on Tiger Style 15 years ago and now I get to help him pass on Tiger Style, not only as an athlete but now as a coach. I grew up in Missouri, so Mizzou is really home to me. I'm excited to get to work."

Bradley will take on the volunteer position that was held by Alan Waters for the last two years. 

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