PBR No. 1 Daylon Swearingen Looks Ahead to World Finals

Daylon Swearingen is going into the PBR World Finals ranked the No. 1 bull rider in what has shaped up to be a tight race.

“I think I’ve just got to stay relaxed and I think I am. I’m kind of staying busy here at home and keeping my mind working,” he said.

After finishing third at the Velocity Tour Finals, he moved into that No.1 position and has had an outstanding regular season. He keeps it simple and is of the mindset that it will all playout how it is supposed to.

Going into the World Finals, Swearingen’s gameplan is taking it one bull at a time. The PBR World Finals begin on May 13 and the action will be unreal.

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