Second-Ranked Bull Rider John Crimber Talks PBR World Finals and More

Crimber will enter AT&T Stadium one of the hottest bull riders in the World

At the age of 18, John Crimber surpassed every lofty expectation set for him during his rookie year in the PBR and the World Finals was no different.

After starting 0-for-2, he won Rounds 3 and 4 of Elimination Round of the World Finals to maintain his No. 2 ranking and close the gap between himself and Cassio Dias.

“It was little rough in the beginning, but I just kept my head down and was like ‘you know what, I know what I’m capable of,’ so just went out the next round and forgot about all of the buckoffs and turn it around,” Crimber said. “In the beginning, it was a little nerve racking.”

Not only did Crimber have a more relaxed approach in Rounds 3 and 4, he also got a boost from Colorado defensive back Travis Hunter, the cover athlete of EA Sports College Football 25.

Now it’s onto AT&T Stadium, where the World Champion will be determined on May 18 and 19, for Crimber.

“I’ve been having fun this week, went to the sale barn Monday, yesterday I actually got on some practice bulls to get my body moving a little bit,” he said. “We’re going to support some buddies (at the Redemption Round) and watch a little bull riding, that’s what I like doing.”

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