Word With A Champ Interviews
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Albuquerque, NM

Monthly Archives: January 2015

WWC Trevor-Sage 01.26.15


Trevor Brazil has earned a record 21 gold buckles signifying world championships in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Sage Kimzey set earning records en route to a bull riding world title his rookie year in ProRodeo. We are privileged to be able to visit with such successful athletes, that are obviously well grounded individuals.

WWC Mike Babcock 01.19.15


The love of game is a a main ingredient for the success of hockey player Mike Babcock. This young man is the team captain for the Fargo Force, an established team in the American Junior Hockey League. Mike discusses the game and what it takes for him to be on his way to play collegiate hockey and beyond.

WWC Joe Baumgartner 01.12.15


Our guest this week for Word With A Champ Is one of the greatest bullfighters in the history of the sport of rodeo and bull riding, Joe Baumgartner. Joe was elected by his peers to perform at the Wrangler NFR 14 times and the PBR World Finals 18 times. Joe takes the time to discuss his illustrious career and offer advice to anyone regarding success in anything they wish. And very classy, classy man.

WWC Luke Branquinho 1.05.15


Luke Branquinho of California, won his 5th Steer Wrestling World Title in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, this past December in Las Vegas. We caught up with Luke right after his win to share his thoughts on victory. His success is amazing considering his battle and coinciding victory with diabetes.

WWC Tuf Cooper 12.29.15

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This week we celebrate a young man by the name of Tuf Cooper who earned his third world championship in tie down roping, in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. We spoke to Tuf minutes after he was crowned in Las Vegas a few days ago. The discussion was all about his parents and their role in his life as an athlete, and more important, a person. It is always a pleasure to visit with a humble champion.