Bull Rider Finally Beats Bushwacker
Someone finally did it. They looked 1,700 lbs. of meat and muscle right in the eyes and said, “let’s go.”
A young cowboy named J.B. Mauney climbed on the legendary “Bushwacker” and ended the bull’s streak of bucking off 56 riders in-a-row going back to 2009.
The “bull no man can tame” ended it’s four-year winning streak at the Ford Tough PRB in Tulsa, Oklahoma Saturday night.
After making his second qualified ride he said he was sticking to his original game plan, which he boldly stated would be selecting Bushwacker.
It’s about time.” – JB Mauney
Bushwacker is the bull every rider in the sport wanted to beat and will always rank among the best of the best in the sport.
Although, no stranger to some of the meanest livestock, JB is one of the only bull riders to have ever ridden Voodoo Child. He is also well known for being the only rider to ride both Bones and Code Blue.
Mauney, the 26-year-old from Mooresville, North Carolina, earned $46,605.00 in the event. This ride that will go down as one of the most memorable nights in PBR history.