Another 15/15 Bucking Battle Is In The Books From Sioux Falls, South Dakota


As the summer break quickly approaches for the 2016 Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series season it was Sioux Falls, South Dakota that would be the center of attention this weekend.  Earlier tonight it was the fifth time that the 15/15 Bucking Battle would commence this season and it was one that fans will want to watch over and over again for many years to come.  As the day sheets and announcements came across the sound system earlier tonight it was known that this would be one of the toughest, if not THE toughest, battle yet this season.

This extra “performance” only happens eight times this year and as the BFTS rolled into the Denny Sandford Premier Center this year they wanted to bring the best of the best to the loyal fans as a huge thank you for their unwavering support of both the cowboys and bovine athletes.  As the action was about to begin each and every fan inside of the sold out arena were on the edge of their seats.  The reason was clear as it was man Vs. beast as the best of both sides came together for an intense 15 rides.

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Wicked Splits The 2nd Top Bull Score In The 15/15 

Over the last few years focus has made a switch from fans having their favorite bull rider to a much more encompassed mindset.  The stock contractors and their bovine athletes have been making a huge impact across the country and many fans of the PBR have their favorite bucking bulls as well.  That being said, when those favorites come up in the order more and more fans are hoping to see an amazing buck off and bull score.  Tonight it was Boyd-Floyd / Bar D Cattle Company’s Pearl Harbor who take home the highest marked bull score receiving huge 46.25 point score!

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J.B. Mauney Takes Home The 15/15 Win In Sioux Falls

On the other side of the coin are those elite 15 bull riders that are atop the world standings leader board for the 2016 season.  After having a historic career but not ever taking home a 15/15 Bucking Battle win reigning World Champion J.B. Mauney came into tonight’s competition on a high after winning the last two battles back to back.  Winning both the St. Louis and the Kansas City battles it is safe to say the Midwest is the place for him to be.  After sustaining an injury inside the bucking chute prior to his ride last night would Mauney be able to make a three-peat of wins at 15/15 Bucking Battles?

Once the music started and the CBS Sports Network cameras started rolling it was, once again, the athletes of the Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series that would take center stage.  Once all fifteen rides were completed there were not many that would fair good enough to make the eight second whistle.  After the toughest 15/15 Bucking Battle of the season concluded it would be, in fact, J.B. Mauney that would take home the win with a huge 94.25 point ride aboard Boyd-Floyd / Bar D Cattle Company’s Pearl Harbor to set the crowd into a frenzy heading into Championship Sunday tomorrow afternoon.


Complete List Of Qualified Rides For The 15/15 Bucking Battle:

                                                     J.B. Mauney (94.25)                                     Mason Lowe (89.25)      

                                                                                        Robson Palermo (85.50)

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