PUEBLO, Colo. – 15/15 Bucking Battle Preview, Ruling double cross World Champion Jose Vitor Leme is an understudy of the game with regards to title round drafts and mental planning.
Leme realizes he must be mindful so as not to lay out a snare before a ride and set himself up for disappointment, however the 25-year-old says a significant piece of his pre-ride routine is having the option to envision how a ride will go to him.
“At the point when you see a few bulls, you like to know how to ride them,” Leme said. “Each ride, I have an arrangement. I will watch recordings, and I picture how I would ride him. Once in a while they will buck unique, yet when they do that, I simply try to center.”
Leme heads into this approaching end of the week’s First PREMIER Bank PREMIER Bankcard Invitational 15/15 Bucking Battle fifth on the planet standings and has a rematch against JAG Metals Grand Theft (roger that, UTB).
15/15 Bucking Battle Matchups (Sunday CBS Noon ET)
Austin Richardson vs. Cool Whip (3-0, UTB)
Derek Kolbaba vs. U.S. Border Patrol (9-0, UTB)
Chase Dougherty vs. Liston (10-3, UTB)$
Eduardo Aparecido vs. I’m Legit Too (36-15, UTB)*
Mason Taylor vs. Moonlight Party (5-3, UTB)
Kaique Pacheco vs. Cowboy Cool (1-0, UTB)
Eli Vastbinder vs. Kingdom (2-0, UTB)
Dener Barbosa vs. Juju (6-4, UTB)
Dalton Kasel vs. HomeBru (11-3, UTB)
Luciano de Castro vs. Test Drive (8-1, UTB)*
Jose Vitor Leme vs. JAG Metals Grand Theft (10-4, UTB)$
Kyler Oliver vs. Chiseled (28-15, UTB)
Mauricio Moreira vs. Alakazam (3-0, UTB)
Daylon Swearingen vs. Woopaa (12-11, UTB)*
Joao Ricardo Vieira vs. Brusta (4-0, UTB)
*Bull has previously bucked the rider off
$Rider has successfully ridden the bull previously
The 6th year star recently rode Grand Theft for a season-high 92 focuses last month in Milwaukee at the PBR Ariat Invitational subsequent to choosing the bull with the 6th choice of the title round draft.
Leme is 317.5 focuses behind world No. 1 Joao Ricardo Vieira as he endeavors to turn into the main rider in PBR history to come out on top for three successive PBR World Championships. Leme is right now in a strange 1-for-7 rut in his last two occasions.
Sioux Falls is one of six customary season occasions staying before the 2022 PBR World Finals on May 13-22 in Fort Worth, Texas, and there is still time for Leme to make up the hole.
Vieira has drawn Brusta (4-0, UTB) for the 15/15 Bucking Battle.
Great Theft might be sitting sixteenth in the 2022 YETI World Champion Bull standings (44.5 World Champion Bull Average), yet PBR Director of Livestock and Ariat Texas Rattlers lead trainer Cody Lambert accepts Grand Theft should be in the top level of cow-like competitors.
“I think the appointed authorities have it wrong the entire year,” Lambert said last week during the PBR Team Series Combine in Pueblo, Colorado. “I think Grand Theft is the rankest bull out there. The main folks (on visit) who have ridden him are Jose and Joao. Assuming I was picking the rankest bull, that is my No. 1 bull.”
Vieira most as of late braved Grand Theft in his keep going for 91 focuses to win the PBR Caterpillar Classic, introduced by Union Home Mortgage, in Kansas City, Missouri, fourteen days prior.
Likewise in Sioux Falls, ruling YETI World Champion Bull Woopaa (46.13 World Champion Bull Average) will buck for the 10th time this season. The 6-year-old cow-like faces No. 2 Daylon Swearingen. Woopaa expelled Swearingen in three seconds last year at the PBR World Finals when he shockingly went to one side.
Vieira rode Woopaa for 94.25 focuses last end of the week in Albuquerque, New Mexico, grabbing the occasion win from Swearingen. Woopaa was scored 45.75 focuses for the out after already procuring 45.5 focuses two evenings prior for his 2.89-second buckoff of Mason Taylor.
The 2022 YETI World Champion Bull will be the creature with the most elevated normal bull score from their main six ordinary season outs and two outs at the PBR World Finals. Woopaa should be scored 45.75 focuses or higher with Swearingen to build his World Champion Bull normal in Sioux Falls.
“Woopaa and Ridin Solo are astonishing, and Woopaa is as yet my #1 between those two, however Ridin Solo isn’t a long ways behind him,” Lambert said.
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