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Bazzer's Box Returns- Dirt Illustrated Magazine

Bazzer's Box Returns

Paul Boudreau started out his early career as one of the original staffers at Motocross Action magazine, way back in the day. He just had his retirement party from the Catholic church, after a 30 year career as a priest. We spoke with Paul about the early daze of his moto journalist career up at his church in Mammoth Lakes, California. Look for the story in an upcoming issue....

Photos by Dennis "Ketchup" Cox

The "Baz" or Paul Boudreau, is the person responsible for starting out the original "Bazzers Box" at MXA. He finished a 30 year stint as a Roman Catholic priest and had his retirement party up in the Mammoth Lakes area of northern California. We had a chance to chat with him, about his early career as a moto journalist, while attending the Mammoth Mountain motocross races this past weekend.
Did you know that the "Baz" was also enlisted as a Marine way back when? He shows off his commendation for his Priestly duties up at the Mammoth Lakes district, from the Marines in the 3rd Battalion of the 3rd Marines, at their Mountain Warfare training camp in the nearby Sierra's. Look for a story soon.
Not that many people know that Boudreau was also a Marine, early in his career. As he told us, his tenacity at doing whatever it takes to succeed, at whatever you want to do in life, was primarily responsible for his varied career choices. He even told us how he came up with the name for his column- "Bazzer's Box". As well as a Super Hunky story or two. You won't want to miss it.
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