J.B. Mauney is still resting and evaluating his injury, which will leave him out of this weekend's Express Employment Professionals Invitational in Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, SweetPro's Bruiser and most of last year's World Champion Bull contenders will make their 2017 debuts.
Marco Eguchi had been battling injuries in recent years that held him back. This season, he has returned with a vengeance and has taken his place back among the PBR's best.
Rubens Barbosa's body may not be the same it as it was in his 2011 Rookie of the Year season, but after a career performance in Chicago, the veteran Brazilian displayed a renewed strength.
Hector Gutierrez, the father-in-law of bull rider Luis Blanco, finally received a well-deserved welcome for his years of service and sacrifice at this past weekend's Chicago Invitational.
Brady Sims arrived at the Chicago Invitational as a last minute alternate and went on to turn in one of the best BFTS performances of his career that has left him feeling he can return to the biggest stage in bull riding.
Rubens Barbosa rode a perfect 4-for-4 performance all the way to the Chicago Invitational win Sunday afternoon.
Ty Pozzobon left a lasting impression on his peers and will forever be loved by those throughout the sport of professional bull riding.
Cooper Davis has started out slow in his first season as a defending champion, but Davis feels he's close to turning a corner. Meanwhile, Rubens Barbosa channeled his rookie season on the way to the win in Chicago and Jess Lockwood continued to pick up points.
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Oklahoma City Express Employment Professionals Invitational Oklahoma City, OklahomaPurchase Now
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