Post by jamiesjustapbrfan on Nov 6, 2007 11:12:02 GMT -5
I think some of the riders give better interviews than others. I don't think that most of the riders seek out that kind of attention....I think that they are there to do their job and have a little fun while doing it. ;D
Well in the end there are only so many ways that you can answer the same question for the 50th time. Actually during the finals it is probably more like the 100th time. I would not be suprised if most of them repeat their answers in their sleep every night as many interviews and apperances they all make during the finals.
I am glad to see that more and more guys are able to make a great living riding bulls. I would like to see a little more of the money find its way down to the lower tours now to make it more successful for the guys sitting between 30 and 100.
"All I have to do is really learn how to dance with a bull. You just have to remember that he's definitely leading and you have to follow. You can't get behind at all. If you keep in time with him, you're all right. I just wish it wasn't such a hard dance to learn."- Fred Boettcher
Post by carpshooter on Nov 6, 2007 16:56:12 GMT -5
i was touched by the emotion that was shown at the end when justin, j w, and tater were standing with the trophy. there is a love of love and respect between those guys. for those that did not get to hear it, when tater's retirement was recognized in the arena they had a video of j w and justin giving him a farewell that was really funny.
Post by k9stylist1968 on Nov 12, 2007 13:41:20 GMT -5
I also have to give Justin kudos for acknowledging Guilherme's accomplishments before the trophy/check presentation. Although the mic wasn't close enough to hear much of their exchange, it was clear that Justin was humbly accepting Guilherme's congratulations.... I think his last comment as he headed back into the arena was gesturing toward Guilherme and saying, "That's a true cowboy there" (or something close to that).