By: “Little” Patricia Vidonic

First off, I want to thank everyone for taking the time to read my blog.  I have been very busy… I just scheduled another fight, Friday April 13th, LIVE on HDNet, for XFC 17 in Jackson, Tenn.

That’s right, I will finally be LIVE, and I will be facing off with Felice “Lil Bulldog” Herrig.  I am seeking sponsors for this fight, so if you are interested or know someone who is, please contact me on my website.

This will be an amazing event; Felice and I are both very exciting fighters, and posses a lot of skill.  If you can make it out to Jackson, Tenn. you can purchase the tickets on my website, and support me a little more by selecting Patricia as your fighter.  Very simple and easy to do, I also receive 20% of the sales that way.  Thanks for your support!

Some other big news happening:  This Friday, March 2nd we will be in Missoula, Mont. where two of our amateur fighters and a couple of my teammates, Ryan Ferguson and Tyson Castro will be fighting!!

These are their first fights under Jason, and I am cornering with him! (Wow, it’s been a long time…).  We will be heading up Thursday after the boys cut in the sauna.  It will be a great weekend; Tyson and Ryan are ready, focused and well-conditioned.

Can’t wait to see them showcase their skills Friday night.  These guys, and everyone at our gym work hard. Let’s get out here and do work! War Team Vidonic!

I want to extend a special thanks to A.C.E.S. for making the guys up some shirts for their fights on short notice. You Rock!

I’m very grateful to have come out of my fight (1 ½ weeks ago) with Jag, completely injury free.  I went right back to training the Monday after my fight; however, to fix what I did wrong in my last fight, well that’s all mental… I know it, and I will not let that happen again.

I want to say I am thankful for having such true supporters.  I’m seven weeks out from my fight as of Friday; I will train hard, keep a positive attitude, and represent MMA in a professional manner.

Hey Montana locals ~ This weekend, if you will be in the Missoula area this Friday March 2nd, you need to come check out the cage fights. Missoula Mayhem at the Adams Event Center.  For those attending, don’t miss our guys fighting on this card. Ryan Ferguson vs. Jaoquin Calderon and Tyson Castro vs. Travis Lopez.

Both of these opponents were brought in from Washington State.  We are excited to watch them take on some guys from out of state! I will be there cornering with Jason, so please don’t be shy, come by and say hi! See everyone on Thursday at weigh ins and Friday at the venue!

I want to thank Jack Bratcher and for your continued support, as well as having me on as a resident blogger.  Good times!

A huge thanks to my coach/husband who teaches me, loves me, and puts up with me.  All of my training partners for the hard work you all put in with me every night.  Thanks to my fans, family, and friends for all of your support.  I also want to extend a big thanks out to all of Ryan and Tyson’s friends and family for their support toward these guys, their dreams, and goals.  Without that, as a fighter, we cannot succeed.  So for that, Thank you, from Jason and I.

A huge shout out to my sponsors ~ Polanti Watches ~ ~ Super Body Care ~ Damage Control Mouthguards ~ A.C.E.S.

I am still doing a raffle for an Elevation Training Mask. $5 per ticket could get you your very own Training Mask.  The funds are going toward an entertainment party for kids here at one of the local hospitals.  Purchase the tickets on my website on the “SHOP” tab till March 5th, the winner will be announced March 6th!! Thanks for all of your support.

Please be sure to follow myself and Team Vidonic at on Twitter at @LilPatriciamma and on Facebook.

Don’t forget to check out the pictures below!

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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