If you didn’t know already, I am fighting Oct. 25th in Guam! I’m very excited and want to thank Pacific Xtreme Combat for the opportunity to showcase my skills in their cage! . This will be their 40th event; and I am proud to be representing the U.S.A., vs. Mei Yamaguchi.
I know that she has a good background in combatives and we have a similar fighting style; aggressive, and don’t mind being on the ground. My training is going awesome, been working some specifics for this one as well as the good ole’ basics.
It will be streaming on the internet, so please stay posted on my Twitter or Facebook to see the link. I have been very focused on my training and nutrition. I no longer “cut” weight; I adjust my nutrition in order to slowly drop the weight.
I am only a few pounds off from my weigh-in weight, with about two weeks to go. (I only walk about 5-8 lbs over my fight weight anyway) This is how I did it when I fought Jag back in March; I felt great, and it was the best performance of mine to date.
As I get older, this is the safest and healthiest way to do it. I have put on some lean mass, so I don’t think I will ever get to 105… hint hint…
My schedule is so stinking busy, I am in the gym 2-3 times a day. I don’t have the time to log in all of my food and workouts; however, I will make sure to post more pics of my food. If you have a questions, feel free to ask.
I try to post pics of my training each day, as well as the promo pics for this fight and sponsors. I promise I will get back to logging these in for all of you, oh and we will be in Guam for about a week, so lots of amazing pics to come!!
Mark (my son) is now in high school, and is doing great, as always!! He ran the mile the other day for PE and got a 6:27!
We also took a hiking trip out to Diamond Butte Lookout, it’s an old fire lookout in Custer County (approx 2.5 hrs from Billings). It’s a one room cabin w/a 360 degree view of everything out in the middle of nowhere!! Good hiking, scenery and fun times.
We haven’t really had fall here in Montana this year, we have all the leaves on the trees, and they are saying snow this weekend! Ahhhh, Guam you sound so nice and warm, I might not want to leave! Lol
I am truly thankful for all of my sponsors ~ Nutrabio for making sure that all of my supplemental needs are met. Training Mask, for giving me a tool to improve both my physical and mental capabilities as an athlete; I am a cardio machine! Soap-a-licious makes sure my skin is healthy and I am smelling fresh and clean. Dawgs 4Ever 4Ever Dawgs is a huge supporter of MMA, thanks Paul for your continued love and support! Thanks to Damage Control for keeping my teeth in place on my face, hahaha. I appreciate Aces of Billings Montana for printing up my fight clothes and weigh in shirt. Solo Graphics for always hooking up an awesome banner to show my love for all of you sponsors.
I appreciate my sanctuary, gym, second home, or whatever it’s called…It’s filled with so many different types of people, yet we all are there for a common goal. In turn makes for an encouraging, and challenging environment.
I want to thank my MMA coach/manager/husband…need I say more; I am grateful to have you to push me whether I want to be or not. You always have my best interest and you are willing to stand up for me in any instance. Thanks to my Oly lifting coach Phil Sanderson for your time and everyone I lift with for, well lifting heavy stuff early in the morning with me!
I want to say thanks to all of my fans, family, and friends for all of your continued love and support!. Thanks to Jack and Denny with ProMMANow; as well as my sponsors ~ Soap-a-licious.com ~ Training Mask~ Nutrabio.com ~ Damage Control Mouthguards ~ Solo Graphics ~ Dawgs 4ever 4ever Dawgs ~ ACES of Billings Montana ~ Adventure Taxidermy Studio, L.L.C.
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“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 (or something like that) as she continues her journey toward her goal of becoming the top 110 and 115-pound female MMA fighter in the world.