Word With A Champ Interviews
Native Voice One – Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
The Annenburg National Native Voice Studios
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.
Chase Renville is of Cree/Sioux tribal affiliation from Minnesota and an entrepreneur that guides hunts with his business Migratory Madness. Chase is obviously passionate about his endeavors sharing the great outdoors with people that have similar interests. Our guest is very knowledgeable about his field as we enjoyed listening to what he has to say and respect he presents for the beautiful flocks of migratory snow geese.
Nebraska bull fighters Beau Schueth and Nick Kaup are our guests this week on Word With A Champ. The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association has accepted Beau and Nick is making his move into the Pros. Both are graceful on their feet as world class tennis players and possess an understanding of the minds of aggressive rodeo bucking bulls. A good interview with two men that are assets to our sport as cowboy protectors and very entertaining for ticket-buying customers, we hope you enjoy.
Minnesota’s Rudy and Jessica Borntrager are our guests this week on Word With A Champ. Rudy shares his upbringing in an Amish community with the changes he made to ride bulls for a living. Jessica visits with us about being a bull riders wife and the faith involved. Rudy won first just prior to our interview at the Coors Bull Riding Classic in Waterloo, IA. We enjoyed our visit with this beautiful young family, you may also.
Cherokee bull rider from Missouri, Austin Martin is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Austin’s interview depicts a polite, sharp dressed athlete that wins. We look forward to following this man’s career as he rises to the top of his game.
Nebraska bull rider Levi Stepp is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Levi has chosen to retire from an impressive career in sports to prioritize family first. His future is bright as his talents include a welding career that participated in building 4 Bears Casino’s new coliseum. This interview represents a sharp, hard working individual, living the American dream.
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.
Bob Tallman, a lifelong friend and of Paiute descent from Nevada is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Bob single-handedly changed the genre of rodeo announcing and the entertainment package. He discusses the necessity of change and the value of Indian Country in Pro Rodeo.
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.
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.