Iron Army Founder and UFC Contender Frankie Edgar adds 2020 Olympia hopeful wrestler Anthony Ashnault to the team. The 2019 NCAA Wrestling Champion (149lbs) finished 32-0 while competing for Rutgers University this season. Ashnault holds a number of records at Rutgers including being the only four time All-American, only three time Big-Ten Champion and the all-time leader in wins in program history with 123. Edgar said, "I've been training with Anthony for the last couple of years. He's a Jersey guy who brings a tireless work ethic on the mats and in the gym. He trains with a champion's mindset so he was a natural fit for Iron Army."
Ashnault recently won a gold medal while competing for the United States as part of the men’s freestyle team at the 2019 Pan American Championships in Buenos Aires, Argentina. "I want to be a champion so when it comes to my supplementation and nutrition, I wanted to work with a champion like Frankie Edgar so Iron Army was my first choice and I'm excited to be a part of the team." said Ashnault.
Anthony is currently a resident athlete and head coach at the New Jersey Regional Training Center (NJRTC), while he trains for a birth in the 2020 Olympics.