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Monthly Archives: January 2017

WWC Coy Huffman 01.23.17


ProRodeo spiritual leader, Coy Huffman of California is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Coy and his lovely wife Donna have chosen to serve people of a nomadic life style all their lives. We discuss his duties from helping pro athletes and their families deal with tragedies to a Power Up messages he provides contestants prior to riding in for the grand entry 10 performances in Las Vegas at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

WWC Branson Taylor 01.16.17


Choctaw, Cherokee, Branson Taylor #160 Lb. wrestler, for Douglas Patriots High School in Box Elder, South Dakota is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. I am very proud of my son as he is finishing his high school career and preparing for college. He took time in between matches to read his sister, Raelynn, Goldilocks and the Three Bears and interview with us for a discussion about losing and winning.

WWC Wyatt Owen 01.09.17


Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Bareback Bronc Rider, Wyatt Owen is our guest on Word With A Champ. Wyatt qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo 4X en’route to obtaining a college degree. We caught up with Ryan at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas right after winning the PRCA Permit Challenge Championship. Wyatt is a soft spoken man with a strong talent riding bucking horses.

WWC Dusty Tuckness 01.02.17


The 8X Wrangler National Finals Rodeo elect Bullfighter, Dusty Tuckness of Meeteetse, Wyoming is our guest on Word With A Champ. A listen to this interview will assure you that this man is a pro athletes, athlete. Dusty’s work ethic and spiritual beliefs are cornerstones to his illustrious career that has earned him 6 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Bullfighter of the Year Awards.