Filed under: Bellator , News Featherweight Westin Wilson was 17 when his dad moved the family to Brazil. It wasn’t your average relocation; his dad worked for the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). Wilson recalls having to keep quiet about the assignment in school, where he was forced to repeat his junior year. He also couldn’t wrestle. Before the family packed up and moved, he was putting in “high-level” work at Colonial Forge High School in Virginia and thought about a future on the mats

More:

Bellator 184′s Westin Wilson, the guy who gets fight advice from his former DEA agent dad – MMA Junkie

Comments are closed.

Welcome to BAD MMA – The origins of combat™
The BADDEST brand on the planet™
© 2009-2018 BADMMA.COM
All Rights Reserved.
The BAD MMA™ trademark, logos, slogans, and website
are the property of Funky Bacteria Productions
© 2009-2018 Funky Bacteria Productions ™
All Rights Reserved.

» Home « » Shop « » Forums « » Privacy Policy « » Terms of Service «

 

MMA Meme Generator