Word With A Champ Interviews
Native Voice One – Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
The Annenburg National Native Voice Studios
Albuquerque, NM

WWC Bobby Holman 07.25.16


Traxxas Monster Truck Destruction Tour blew the lid off the Gillette Thunder Speedway Saturday night. Beast and Son Of Beast both, entertained Wyoming fans performing at the same time tearing it up in Freestyle. Bobby Holman of Dayton, Ohio is a 4X Monster Nationals Points Champion in Holman’s Beast monster truck. The 53 year old, 34 year veteran driver has his career invigorated by his son Cody joining him in the 40year old American born sport.

WWC Cody Holman 07.18.16

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Son Of Beast and Holman’s Beast, both, entertained Wyoming fans performing at the same time tearing it up in Freestyle competition recently. Cody Holman from Dayton Ohio is a 20 year old, 3 year veteran driver. Him and his dad, Bobby Holman, 34 year veteran, are a very talented builder driver team. Cody discusses the development of his talent in the all American monster truck motor sport. Cody joins the Traxxas Monster Truck Destruction Tour carnage that continues at the air conditioned, Utica, NY Civic Center for the next stop.

WWC Brandon Lincoln 07.11.16

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Hopi Indian Cowboy, Brandon Lincoln, from Arizona is a PBR bullfighter and our guest on Word With A Champ. Brandon was prestigiously selected to protect Indian Country’s best bull riders 5x’s at the Indian National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. From fighting bulls to team-roping, Brandon is a true cowboy that cherishes his family and puts them first in his life.

WWC Sharmaine Weed 07.04.16


Wind River Indian reservation’s Sharmaine Weed captured 2 victories in 2 days of ladies horse racing competition in Buffalo, Wyoming. The Northern Arapaho, Shoshone Rider dominated the season opener for the Professional Indian Horse Racing Association. We enjoy our visit with a very determined and talented 22 year old lady.

WWC Dustin Kruger 06.27.16


Dustin Kruger of Lodge Grass, Montana represented the Crow Nation well by winning the season opener for the Professional Indian Horse Racing Association. Kruger’s team won the lions share final 3 lap championship race of the two day event in Buffalo, Wyoming that paid $20,000.00 to the 5 competing teams. A good start for his team on the road to Billings, Montana for the $100,000.00 All Nations Indian Relay Championships September 22 – 25, 2016.

WWC Anthony Thomas 06.20.16


Anthony Thomas is chasing his dreams halfway around the world to be a champion in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. We have followed Anthony reaching his goals for the past 4 years. We expect to see him in the city of lights at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. He mentions the cultural challenges pursuing his life goals to win the world riding bare back bucking horses.

WWC Brett Stall 06.13.16


Ojibwa Indian Cowboy Brett Stall is battling to qualify for his third Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. The Team 4 Bears Casino athlete has as big a heart as any one in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. A very straight forward attitude allows this 135 pound individual to conquer 2000 pound bucking bulls.

WWC Tim O’Connel 06.06.16


Tim O’Connell is presently number 3 in the World for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Bare Back Bronc Riding, 2016 standings. We caught up with Tim after a winning ride at the 70th Annual Will Rogers Memorial Rodeo. He is very close to his goal of a championship title in his game. O’Connell’s passion of his sport is obvious in this interview.

WWC Australian Cowboys 05.30.16

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Australian Cowboys are among favorite athletes in the world of sports. Reece Wellers and Brandon Wenham represent their country in fine fashion in and out of the bull riding arena. Fraser Babbington is on his way to putting his country of New Zealand on the list at the Professional Bull Riders World Finals in Las Vegas. Our visit with these three mates that have traveled half way around the world to follow their dreams, is refreshing.

WWC Slick Phelps 05.23.16

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Oglala Lakota bull rider Slick Phelps won the LJ Jenkins Bull Riding Tour event in Presho, South Dakota this past Saturday night. The 19 year old beat a talented field of contestants on major league bucking bulls. The consensus is this two time consecutive and defending Indian World Champion has the try and talent to be one of the best in his game. Slick provided a fun recap of his victory in our interview.

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