BOISE, Idaho – More than a year after Boise State University’s wrestling program was unceremoniously disbanded , a former member of the team is leading a charge to reinstate the program. And he’s got the support of an MMA superstar, as well. Three-time WSOF veteran Johnny Nunez , who credits his wrestling experience at Boise State for launching his professional MMA career, hopes university brass will realize the mistakes of their ways and consider reversing retired Boise State University President Bob Kustra’s decision to kill off the team that had operated since 1959 “For Bob Kustra to just cut it with no notice, we had 12, 13 guys already signed to go here to Boise State – two recruits on campus,” Nunez told MMAjunkie. “They flew those recruits here, knowing that they were going to cut that program, and they still let that happen. What are we trying to teach our kids here? Are we trying to each our kids that let’s just make a big decision and not to talk to anybody?
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