Word With A Champ Interviews
Native Voice One – Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
The Annenburg National Native Voice Studios
It is fun to find people that enjoy their job and are passionate about what they do. We found television morning show anchor, Lauren Moss in Waterloo, Iowa. Lauren gave 100% helping promote a bull riding event, she even did her report sitting on the back of a bull in the bucking chute. Lauren discusses her journey and role, broadcasting to her community on Channel 7, KWWL TV.
Bill Payne, driver of Rock Star monster truck is our guest for this week episode of Word With A Champ, reporting from Lodz, Poland, on the Monster X World Tour. Bill discusses his life representing the state of Washington in travels near and far as well as his attitude climbing to the top by not being afraid to fail. This man is successful and self made, he states education builds a foundation for creativity, and that allows an individual to do whatever they may desire.
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.
Fatherless, former United States Marine, now famous PRCA rodeo clown, Johnny “Backflip” Dudley is our guest for this weeks episode of, Word With A Champ Radio Show on Native Voice One. Johnny has a unique story in his stair step to success that is far from done. “You get the jobs for what you do inside the arena, you keep the jobs for what you do outside the arena”, says Dudley, exemplifying the class act he is.
Self made North Dakota cowboy Darwin Ehlers describes his ideas providing solid foundations for success in life. Darwin started with pure hard work with fence building and hay companies; he now raises cattle and award winning bucking bulls. His accomplishments started with setting goals and putting family first, a procedure that works with country living and top sales in health products.
JPat Johnson may be seen in a pair or Wranglers with a belt buckle that reads Wrangler PRCA Montana pro circuit bucking bull of the year.. Dr Johnson wears a smile that is as big as his home state in Montana. If you open his Curriculum Vita, you better be ready to read a while. Knowing more about the man, that leaves his cowboy hat in the truck and puts on a smock and walks into a hospital prior to sunup most days. You will know that you have just met Dr. JPat Johnson, one of the hardest working, generous gentlemen in any surgery rooms you can find, a man that serves mankind as a world class Neurosurgeon. Word With a Champ is pleased to visit with Dr. Johnson and hear what it takes to be the very best in your field. Whether you are a PRCA Stock Contractor, or improving someone’s life in a massive and tedious operation, as he did for me.
2013 Indian World Champion Kassidy Dennison is the pride of the Navajo Nation. Kassidy dominated the competition at the Indian National Finals Rodeo Winning four of four go rounds including the championship round in Las Vegas Nevada. Kassidy Dennison also finished 22nd in the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association standings last year. We caught up with Kassidy and discussed her goals, talent and potential she has in the future of ladies barrel racing.
If you are going to do it you might as well be great at it”. Profound words of 4X Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Bull Riding World Champion, JW Harris. Harris does not just say the words on his heart, he lives them. An interesting interview with a cowboy that has it on his mind to beat 8X World Champion, Donnie Gays record in Pro Rodeo’s bull riding.
Team 4 Bears Casino member Clay Tryan of Montana earned his second PRCA Team Roping World Championship in 2013. An amazing feat considering the sheer numbers of contestants in his event. Tryan credits practice time and support from family and Montana for his success. A very nice interview from a classy man for this weeks episode of Word With A Champ for NV1 radio network.