When 21-year-old Henry Cejudo seemingly came out of nowhere in 2008 to become the youngest American to win an Olympic gold medal in freestyle wrestling, it was the American Dream in full bloom, the fresh-faced kid coming up the hard way to make history. It’s an accomplishment Cejudo will be celebrated for on Saturday in Stillwater, Oklahoma when he gets inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. But as Cejudo looks back, it wasn’t 2008 that made him who he was on the mat. It started way before that.“I was a kid who grew up on welfare, a kid who starved in the summer … Read the Full Article Here