www.BookMaker.eu Dustin West has quietly built a reputation as a knockout artist and a fan favorite in the Southeast. Having ended numerous fights in under a minute, the heavy handed Tennessee native will take his KO road show to Knoxville, TN this Friday night to face Stoney Hale live on HDNet at XFC 16 ‘High Stakes’. Before pursuing MMA, West served his country as a Marine. Now that he has had some success in the sport, ‘DWest’ is hoping he can shine a light on a cause near and dear to his heart; The Wounded Warrior Project. The WWP is an organization that assists injured servicemen when they come home from war and helps them transition back to life as a civilian. Anyone who served in the military who has incurred injuries or illness due to their service on or after September 11, 2001 is eligible to enter the program. Whether it’s helping soldiers find jobs or simply helping with paperwork for benefits grants, the WWP has helped thousands of soldiers since its institution in 2002. “The XFC has given me a wonderful opportunity to compete on HDNet at ‘High Stakes’,” said West. “I really think it’s important to use this opportunity to give to others and bring awareness to The Wounded Warrior Project. I served in the Marine Corp and was fortunate to come back home with my health. There are a lot of others who aren’t as lucky as me. And I think it’s important to give back and honor those heroes. I encourage everyone who reads this to go to www.woundedwarriorproject.org and

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