Инстаграм @chrisweidman Chris Weidman
As a fighter I know what it’s like to have a dangerous job. Contractors and fighters have similar risks when it comes to our line of work, so it’s important to make sure you have the right kind of coverage. Link in bio!
It’s mind boggling how fast this is all going. Cassidy turns 9 today. Another 9 years and she is 18 and most likely out of the house. I love her so much and it’s sad to think how fast this is going! Happy birthday Cassidy!! 😭🤯🎉🎈
All welcome! This opioid epidemic needs to be stopped and tomorrow we begin to take it down ! #wrestlerstakedowndrugs #saynotodrugs #Repost @law_mma with @get_repost ・・・ Don’t miss out on a great event tomorrow morning 9:30-11:30am. “Wrestling takes down drug day” is a free event and is highly encouraged for all parents and wrestlers. Help build awareness against drugs!!!
Okkkkk... Been tagged in this picture enough today and it’s time I just post it myself. HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!!
Good morning and happy Valentine’s Day from the Weidmans. Valentine’s Day is a very important holiday!! 🤥
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I am honored to be a part of the first annual “Wrestlers Take Down Drugs” event that will take place on Saturday February 16th at my alma mater, Nassau Community College. Opioids have become a very serious epidemic nationwide and it needs to be addressed and stopped. We are going to bring awareness to youth wrestlers and their parents through the sport of wrestling. The event is being organized by @nassaucommunitycollege @nassaucountypd @nationalwrestlinghof @countyexecutivecurran The event will be amazing! It will begin with us teaching wrestling techniques to the youth and then educating all in attendance on several topics relating to drugs. I remember as a young kid my T-ball jersey had the slogan “Say no to drugs”. I didn’t really know or understand what drugs were at the time. Thankfully, this simple phrase had a huge impact on me, even though I didn’t realize it back then. When I got to junior high and high school I quickly began to realize what drugs were and how prevalent it was amongst my peers. I had some very close friends that started to get involved with drugs and that phrase, in the back of my mind, kept me away from drugs. The goal is to have an impact on the youth like this so we can hopefully save lives. Special shout out to coach Paul Schmidt for everything he has done for me and others at @nassaucommunitycollege ! He is such a huge mentor to me.