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Feb 25th, 2019

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Dedication From Coach Wes (Video)

Gotta love the dedication from Coach Wes He worked hard in his usual class, then spent an extra hour hitting the heavy bag and working on his muscle endurance. Every punch counts, every kick counts, every push up counts and every dumbbell lifted counts. Love how you embrace the grind Wes!

Feb 24th, 2019

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Still Pumped Up

Almost 48 hours later and I’m still pumped up about Stephanie’s win. Her smile hides the hours of training, the miles of running, the blood, the sweat & the tears. That shiny championship belt makes it all worthwhile.  

Feb 23rd, 2019

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Great Fights!

May put on a great performance & showed so much heart & an improved game but came up short, losing via decision. Nobody likes to lose, but I’m proud of you May. You gave it your all, didn’t back down & you’ll come back even better next time! Stephanie wins the WKL Provincial Championship via […]

Feb 21st, 2019

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War Stephanie!!

Stephanie & Kaitlynn both made weight easily and will compete for the WKL Featherweight championship. WAR STEPHANIE!!

Feb 21st, 2019

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May’s Weigh In Controversy

Controversy & miscommunication has put May in a difficult situation. We were told the official weight for this fight was 111lbs. May came in at 109lbs. Her opponent “apparently” told that the official weight was 115lbs but came in at 116lbs. Both coaches are adamant about their agreed upon official weight. It might seem that […]

Feb 19th, 2019

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Friday Fight Order

May fights first and Stephanie’s BC Championship fight is 5th.  This order can change after weigh-ins but best to get there on time. Doors open at 7:00 and 1st fight is due to begin at 7:30!  Be loud & proud of your Westside fighters!

Feb 18th, 2019

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Rosie “Doc” Earle (Video)

My gal Rosie “Doc” Earle started training with us in 2013 when she was a 2nd year medical student. Since then, she finished 3 years of medical school and 3 years of residency. Throughout her studies, she was able to train consistently and find a nice balance between school/career, personal life and her training. I’m […]