• Ticket Galaxy Ticket to the Majors

    Ticket Galaxy Ticket to the Majors

    Cooper Davis won a World Championship in 2016 thanks in part to a victory at the Music City Knockout. Davis knows a win this weekend in Nashville could kick-start his push toward a second gold buckle in a major way.

  • West could become first Canadian Rookie of the Year

    West could become first Canadian Rookie of the Year

    Lonnie West has continued to surge up the world standings and now the 22-year-old has his sights on becoming the first Canadian to win the PBR’s Rookie of the Year award.

  • Roy earns second victory of the season

    Roy earns second victory of the season

    In his first competitive season since breaking his femur in 2016, three-time Canadian Champion Aaron Roy earned his second event win of the year Wednesday night, victorious at the 18th annual Royal Rumbull in Coronation.

  • Catch the Music City Knockout on CBS

    Catch the Music City Knockout on CBS

    Don't miss the action as the 25th PBR: Unleash the Beast comes to Nashville.

  • Music City Knockout bracket revealed

    Music City Knockout bracket revealed

    The PBR competition department announced the 36 riders and the official bracket for this weekend’s PBR 25th: Unleash The Beast Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires.

  • Bracket buster

    Bracket buster

    Joao Ricardo Vieira has had success before in PBR bracket-style events, and the 2018 PBR Brazil Iron Cowboy knows a victory at the Music City Knockout, presented by Cooper Tires, can push him back into the world title race.

  • Vieira ready to belt a winning tune in Nashville

    Vieira ready to belt a winning tune in Nashville

    Fabiano Vieira has been one of the most successful riders in the history of the Music City Knockout and he would have left Nashville in 2016 with the world No. 1 ranking if not for a dislocated shoulder.

  • The thrill of the chase

    The thrill of the chase

    Jose Vitor Leme has not let a torn ACL get in the way of his World Championship aspirations, and the new No. 3 bull rider in the world standings has a rejuvenated mentality after his first event win of 2018.

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