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Monthly Archives: August 2016

WWC Kelsie Muntz 08.29.16


West Coast monster ride truck driver, Kelsie Muntz is our guests this week on Word With A Champ. Kelsie is carrying on her grand dad, Chuck Jordan’s tradition, staying in the motor sports industry. Kelsie obviously enjoys her opportunities to provide fun, excitement and squeals from her young passengers and parents. This lovely young lady also shares her academic and professional aspirations and a never give up attitude.

WWC Joe Cypher 08.22.16


Paiute Shoshone, Joe Cypher from Reno Nevada is our guest today on Word With A Champ. Joe is 52 years of age in a 23 year veteran monster truck driver. He is driving the worlds first hand control monster truck due to a automobile accident that made him a paraplegic over 23 years ago. Mr. Cyphers story is an amazing one that we are privileged to share.

WWC Mary Walker 08.15.16

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Chickasaw Indian cowboy, Byran Walker and his wife Mary are our guests this week on Word With A Champ. Mary Walker is the 2012 Women’s Professional Rodeo Association World Champion, Byran is the 1981 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Steer Wrestling World Champion. We enjoyed our interview with this very competitive and kind couple.

WWC Chuck Schmidt 08.08.16


Hunkpapa Lakota, Chuck Schmidt from the Ft. Yates Indian Reservation in South Dakota, is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. The 2X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier in Saddle Bronc Riding is an authentic cowboy and talented professional athlete. We think Chuck is a class act and you will enjoy our visit about his life and art of riding bucking horses.

WWC Ryan Holman 08.01.16


Ryan Holman driving Heavy Metal, won his first ever competition with a Monster Truck, Vertical Wheelie Competition win, in Gillette, Wyoming. The 20 year old from Dayton, Ohio earned the victory over a tough field including his cousin Cody and Uncle Bobby Holman. Ryan shares his experience preparing and competing at only 3 competitions. It appears the bright and polite young gentleman has a great future in his chosen sport.