Brogan "Killer Bee" Walker, MMA Fighter, weighed-in today for her upcoming PXC fight October 24, 2014 in the Chamorrita Swimwear Neon Black FU'A Sport.
When Guam's Brogan Walker and Korea's YooJin Jung enter the Pacific Xtreme Combat cage in PXC 45 on Oct. 24, it will mark the eighth women's fight since the organization began including female fighters in early 2013.
I’ve been training for 11 years and have never quit,” said Walker on where her muay thai career started.
Brogan has since then competed and won medals in both the Marianas Open and Copa de Marianas. She has become a fan favorite on island in her short time and she is grateful.
Brogan has lived on Guam for the past two years after deciding to relocate from Southern California with boyfriend, and brown belt jiu-jitsu specialist, Mike Sanchez when the opportunity presented itself. What Walker didn’t anticipate was being a catalyst for muay thai given the small community that exists on Guam.
Right now, Walker teaches muay thai at the Chalan Pago community center every Tuesday and Thursday out of the Elite Muay Thai gym and has a large group of youths. She is a teacher by nature so the opportunity to teach students who were willing to learn was exciting for her.
Team Guam just landed on Hawaii, headed to the Ikaika Bodybuilding Championship on June 28, 2014 with 5 of the finest athletes to represent the best Guam has to offer in Bodybuilding and the many divisions of the sport like Physique, Figure and Bikini.
MaryAnn is a Fitness Competitor in the Figure Division who has been competing since 98 and who qualified for Nationals at the Ikaika Bodybuilding Championships. Keep an eye on her as she plans to continue her training efforts with Tony Morrison Program to get her pro card.
The beauty of this shoot has been the collaboration with Musashi who was born and raised on Guam in the villages of Tamuning and Yona. Musashi used to swim and represented the island in the Micronesia Games, South Pacific Games, and Oceanic Games. He traveled extensively for the sport before joining the military and then, like many islanders ended up leaving Guam... physically that is, not in his heart. Check out his new passion for underwater photography on his Facebook page.