The clinic begins at noon. Admission is $60 and only 75 tickets will be sold.
“This is very important to me to give back to the wrestling community,” Couture said. “This sport is important to me. It helped make me who I am. It is a unique sport that develops character.
“This sport shaped me and opened a bunch of doors for me and took me around the world and allowed me to compete in MMA.”
Couture was a three-time All-American at Oklahoma State. He said he enjoys watching and learning at clinics.
“It is fun for me to watch and see how other guys solve problems,” Couture said. “I’m excited to see Jordan (Burroughs) teach the techniques that have made him successful. I’m going to be smiling, shaking hands and kissing babies.”
Admission to Sunday’s event also grants access to a bigger event, Dec. 19 at Tustin High. That event will feature the U.S. Olympic wrestling team in a live event where you can meet and interact with the 2012 Olympic team. Visit www.wrestlingnationtour.com for more information.