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Monthly Archives: May 2014

WWC Sherry Cervi, 05.26.14 1/2


Four-time World Champion Sherry Cervi (Marana, AZ) is the winningest barrel racer of all time with more than $2.3 million in career earnings. Cervi has qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and amazing 16 times and won her World Titles in 1995, 1999, 2010 and 2013 recently in Las Vegas. Cervi is on Team Justin Boots and was also an all-conference basketball player in high school. Sherry modestly discusses what lead her to dominate the 55th Annual Wrangler NFR in Ladies Barrel Racing sanctioned by the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association.

WWC Matt Bohon 5.19.14


Matt Bohon of Missouri a professional athlete in the true sense of the term and our guest this week on Word With A Champ for NV1 Radio Network. His hard work and passion for his sport has taken him to stardom, qualifying for the Professional Bull Riders World Finals in Las Vegas five times in an, eleven year, illustrious career. In Matt’s drive for a sixth trip to the city of lights, he discuses the brass tacks of success and survival competing against the largest and meanest opponents in the world, bucking bulls.

WWC Mark Ward 05.12.14


Four Time Professional Bull Riders World Finals qualifier, Mark Ward of Nebraska is our guest on this weeks episode of Word With A Champ for NV1 Radio Network. Retired from competition, Mark is a working ranch cowboy in the sand hills of his home state where he successfully raises top of the line bucking bulls. His discussion with us demonstrates his commitment to his family and his contribution to an organization of a sport that is now world wide, the PBR.

WWC Billy Etbauer 05.05.14 1/2


Five time World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider and twenty one time qualifier for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Billy Etbauer took the time to visit with us recently. Billy discussed his upbringing riding cows and broncs with his brothers Robert and Dan. In retirement from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, returning to a working cowboy way of life appears to be on the horizon for this great person and champion.