The Vidonic Chronicles: Opponent change

Hey there everyone, thanks for checking out my blog. I am on the home stretch, just 2 ½ weeks till my fight. I will be showcasing my skills in North Carolina at the Western North Carolina Agricultural Center for BlackEye Promotions 5 “Breast Cancer Beatdown”. This event is to help out It Ain’t Chemo!!

***BREAKING NEWS*** about my fight!! My opponent Avery Vilche has suffered an injury and has had to withdraw. My new opponent is Chelsea Colarelli (6-2) out of Amarillo, Texas. I don’t know much about her; however, she has no amateur record, she comes from a wrestling background and her record proves she knows how to throw an armbar.

It will be an exciting fight, and I thank her for stepping up to the plate. I am still training like an animal, wanting that WIN more and more each day. I have been working some new things and can’t wait to bring it to the cage!!

Over the weekend we trained at The Grinders Grindhouse, as always, went to a health and wellness fair, a birthday party, and some friends’ house for dinner. At the health fair we got to meet the Mayor of Billings, Thomas Hanel, and his lovely wife Robin. Mark ran the police obstacle course and I had my first mammogram.

My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer at 34 (I’m 32) and she passed on Oct. 28th 1994 at the age of 36. A few of her sisters have also had to deal with this horrible disease. I am very grateful that the mobile mammogram bus was available to me.

Later that day we headed over to a friends for his daughter Kaylee’s 9th birthday. There was an awesome spread of food, the cake looked good, but I didn’t find out. My guys had fun on the dirt bikes and I had fun taking pictures of them!!

I am very accident prone, so I do NOT play like that anytime I am under a contract, I know better =) So I hung out with my girl Shanae, she rocks!! Then Sunday, after we trained we went to our friends for a shrimp boil, and oh man, it was delicious!! Thanks Kat and Jacob, we always have a good time!

Tuesday night was open house at the school, so Jason and I went to that and headed back to the gym to do some rolling. It was a fun filled week, minus the stress of losing an opponent. Thank you Janet Martin of Blackeye Promotions for quickly finding me a replacement because I want the world to see what I have been working so hard toward.

I have included pictures and a video as always. Please enjoy and share this link!! You can follow me at Little Patricia on Facebook!!

I want to thank all of my family, friends, and fans for your continued support. Thanks Col. Tim and The Media Blast for promoting myself and this fight card. Jack Bratcher with www.ProMMANow.com, Mia Do from Level Terrain Apparel for providing me with my pink camouflage fight shorts as well as some for training!! My good friend Tom B. for hooking me up with training gear, you Rock!!

Thanks to Durty Girlz Gear, they provided me with something cool to wear for weigh ins. And last but certainly not least all of my sponsors: ~ Octane AddictionsDamage Control MouthguardsFailures No OptionSuper Body Care ~

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” as she prepares for her next fight and continues her journey toward becoming the top 110-pound female MMA fighter in the world.

5 thoughts on “The Vidonic Chronicles: Opponent change”

  1. Great read. Sorry that life has to be so short for some of us. I lost my father at the age of 14 when he was only 34. He had been a decade with kidney failure and no hope of getting a transplant in time. Keep up the hard work of fighting for both this cause and for your next win. Best of Luck to you. Looking forward to your next article.

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