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The Vidonic Chronicles: I will come back stronger

Jessica "Jag" Aguilar and "Little" Patricia Vidonic go at it at Fight Time 8. Photo by Tom Hill

I want to thank everyone for your amazing support; part of fighting, is not always winning.  I fought to decision on Friday night with Jag, she came out on top.  It was definitely not my night, it wasn’t the normal me in there fighting, seemed like my head just wasn’t in it.  I didn’t listen to my coach, or stick to my game plan, which ultimately cost me the fight.

I had her in a head and arm from my guard, I thought I heard Jason telling me to let go, and abandon it. After the fight when we were talking about it he asked why I let that go.  Ugh, I will come back stronger and learn from this fight, as I do each and every one.  Jag is on of the best in the world, glad to not have been finished (considering I haven’t been), I came out injury free, and with another great fight offer. Keep reading…

I do have to say, I am glad to be home; the last few days have been trying.  All the flying, not getting enough sleep (or even rest) really takes its toll.  My muscles are naturally sore from being in a fight, my upper thigh is bruised from not listening to my coach yelling for me to get up…I made weight, acted professionally, and fulfilled my end of the bout agreement.  Now it’s time to focus ahead, and fix the mistakes from my last fight.  That way I am more evolved for whoever I am across the cage from next.

Everyone’s kind words of love, encouragement and support were very thoughtful, and I appreciate you all.  I will continue to work hard, I know I will come back stronger and I will not make the same mistakes twice.

I was back in the gym on Monday, lifting, training, and helping our two ammy fighters get ready to do work March 2nd in Missoula, Mont.  Ryan Ferguson and Tyson Castro will be representing Team Vidonic for the first time at Fight Force’s “Missoula Mayhem“, and it will be a night to remember.  Getting both of their weights down means lots of cardio; so, my cheating days are being countered by all this cardio, I love it!

Oh yes and I did mention that I was offered another fight on our way home Saturday… I will be fighting Felice Herrig (5-4) for Xtreme Fighting Championships at XFC 17 on Friday, April 13th, in Jackson, Tenn.  This will be LIVE on HDnet!

I am still working on getting my house back together, doing laundry, going to the store and finding a little time to rest.  Along with the gym and such, there is always something that needs to get done.

I want to apologize for my performance on Friday night to everyone, especially my coach.  I know that actions speak louder than words, so that’s what I’ll do. In turn I want to thank my team for helping me get ready, my coach for getting me where I am in my career today.  A big thanks to all of my fans, friends and family for your continued support through the good and bad.

Thanks to Sensei Dan at the 4th Avenue Dojo and Alternative Athletics. Same goes to my amazing sponsors ~ Polanti Watches ~ Nutra Bio ~ Super Body Care ~ Damage Control Mouthguards.

I am currently looking for new sponsors for my upcoming fight April 13th.  I will be fighting Felice Herrig, LIVE on HDNet at XFC 17! If you want your company represented with integrity, respect, and to millions, Please go to my website and contact me.  Thanks!

You can follow me on my ~ website at www.patriciavidonic.com, Twitter @LilPatriciaMMA and Facebook.

Be sure to check out the “SHOP” tab on my website where you can enter for a chance to WIN a Training Mask from me! I am raffling off the ever popular Elevation Training Mask for $5 a ticket and 100% of the proceeds are going to charity.

XOXO “Little” Patricia
~RedPower~

“Little” Patricia Vidonic chronicled her journey to winning the Beatdown MMA women’s 110-pound title in her “Road to the Championship Blog”. Now that Patricia has achieved that goal, readers can follow “The Vidonic Chronicles” each week as she continues her journey toward becoming the top 110 and 115-pound female MMA fighter in the world.

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