• 15/15 Preview: Mauney gets rematch with Big Cat

    15/15 Preview: Mauney gets rematch with Big Cat

    The 15/15 Bucking Battle in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is the first of five remaining in the regular season, and with J.B. Mauney trailing Kaique Pacheco by only 160.33 points, his rematch with Big Cat could be crucial.

  • Steven Tyler will headline PBR Finals Week

    Steven Tyler will headline PBR Finals Week

    Rock legend Steven Tyler will headline an All-Star cast of musical acts performing at PBR Finals Week in Las Vegas Oct. 29-Nov. 6.

  • Sticking to the Plan

    Sticking to the Plan

    Cooper Davis is still taking in his Music City Knockout win, his biggest since winning last year's Built Ford Tough World Finals event, but knows it's just one step towards picking up a gold buckle in Las Vegas.

  • BREAKING: Vieira out for Tulsa

    BREAKING: Vieira out for Tulsa

    World No. 4 Fabiano Vieira will miss the Express Employment Professionals Classic, presented by Osage Casino, this weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma, because of a left shoulder injury.

  • Back to Work

    Back to Work

    Frank Newsom was back at work this past weekend in Nashville, taking hits and laughing them off. Three months ago, though, that would have been hard to imagine as Newsom faced a long recovery from major neck surgery and even contemplated walking away completely.

  • Barbosa sweeps in Barretos

    Barbosa sweeps in Barretos

    Dener Barbosa went 5-for-5 in Barretos and pulled off the trifecta, winning the 2016 Monster Energy PBR Brazil Finals and the PBR Brazil Championship at the largest rodeo in South America.

  • World Finals Watch: Air Time shines against Pacheco

    World Finals Watch: Air Time shines against Pacheco

    As the march to T-Mobile Arena and the Built Ford Tough World Finals begins, Saturday's match between World Champion contenders Kaique Pacheco and Jared Allen's Air Time proved that Air Time is at the top of his game.

  • Iron Cowboy Returns to AT&T Stadium in 2017

    Iron Cowboy Returns to AT&T Stadium in 2017

    Iron Cowboy will return to the home of the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium, for the eighth year in a row in 2017 where Shane Proctor will look to defend his title.

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