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My Defining Moment
by Cheyenne Caulder -
Amateur Boxer

July 16, 2013
     
   
   

(JULY 16) “Cheyenne ‘White Chocolate’ Caulder" the announcer screamed out my fighting name. I could hear people screaming for me from all sides of the ring. It was hard to believe but I was finally here, it was time for my very first fight, which happened to be my most defining moment.


Me and my opponent met in the middle of the ring and tapped gloves, and then backed into our corners. As soon as the bell rang the past months ran through my head and the hard work that lead up to this very moment, and as smooth as could be, my jab snapped out and connected! The fight was on!

As the round ended I danced back into my corner, pumped and full of adrenaline, I listened to my trainer, Dominic Robinson-Neal, tell me what I needed to look out for and what I needed to do. Once again the bell rang and I was back to punching, blocking and dancing around the ring. I could hear my trainer screaming things out to me, but that's all I could hear. I had blocked out everything else, all other distractions. I was in the zone!

Once again I was back in my corner and ready for my victory round! I remember thinking there was no way I was gonna let my opponent walk away from this fight even thinking she had come close to winning, so I got in there a gave it all I had! The round seemed to last only a couple of seconds and then it was over. I walked over and high-fived my trainer, as he took off all my gear. I went to the middle of the ring and waited for the ref to raise my hand. In that moment, while my hand was in the air, I thought back to the very beginning when my first amazing trainer Billy Stanick got me started and then when another amazing trainer, Dominic Robinson-Neal, took over and took me to where I am today. But, most importantly, I thought of my Dad and how without him absolutely none of this would have ever happened.

That night in the ring was my defining moment, because it showed me in life you can get no where without hard work and dedication and the love and support of your friends and family. So, don't ever shut them out. Without hard work and the love and support you wouldn't come close to where you want to be in life.


--- I would like to thank my Mom and Dad for their nonstop love and support. Without them I could not have done this. I would like to thank my trainers for pushing me so far even when I wanted to just sit down and take a break. And, I would also like to thank my friends and family for their support.

Note from WBAN:  We would like to thank Cheyenne for sharing her unique behind the scenes story about her first experience in the ring as an amateur.   Cheyenne was just 15 years old when she had her first fight on February 4, 2012, at the White Rock Boxing Gym.   She followed with a rematch with the same girl on June 16, 2012 and won by TKO  (1:21 seconds)in the first round. She also fought in the Georgia Games in 2012 as well and won a bronze medal. Cheyenne will be fighting in the Georgia Games this weekend and then she is going to start nursing school in the fall. At the age of 17, she is set to graduate in August of this year - a full year early from Lexington High School. Outside the ring, she was featured in the documentary done by Laura Valtora on White Rock Boxing.
 

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