Results from Day 2 of the Professional Bull Riders Unleash the Beast World Finals in Las Vegas.
Results from Day 1 of the Professional Bull Riders Unleash the Beast World Finals in Las Vegas.
When the Golden Knights hit the road for their Canadian road trip earlier this week, their home was quickly transformed from a hockey arena to a bull-riding arena.
Keyshawn Whitehorse is the front-runner for the Professional Bull Riders Rookie of the Year award. He’s 14th in the world standings.
The PBR is back in Las Vegas for its major event, Last Cowboy Standing, at which the top 40 bull riders in the world battle to collect standings points and a first-place prize of $100,000.
Jess Lockwood was crowned the 2017 PBR World Champion on Sunday afternoon at T-Mobile Arena.
It’s been an inconsistent year for Cooper Davis, but he’s third in the world standings after the fourth day of the World Finals, 454.17 points behind leader Jess Lockwood.
Pearl Harbor and SweetPro’s Bruiser have butted heads throughout their careers. The two have been battling atop the standings, and after a year of stiff competition, one will be crowned World Champion Bull on Sunday at the PBR World Finals at T-Mobile Arena.
Sage Kimzey rode into the PBR World Finals with seemingly all the confidence in the world. Though it is his first World Finals, he had every reason to be confident.
Jess Lockwood is ready for a better World Finals a year after getting shut out.