Crockett, Texas’ Boudreaux Campbell to Compete in World Finals


For the second time in history, the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) will hold its prestigious World Finals in Fort Worth, Texas, with the 2023 PBR World Finals: Unleash The Beast set to buck into the state-of-the-art Dickies Arena from May 12-21.

With each out at a PBR event comprised of two athletes, both rider and bull, not only will one rider be crowned the 2023 PBR World Champion inside Dickies Arena, but one bovine athlete will also be anointed the 2023 YETI PBR World Champion Bucking Bull, earning an accompanying $100,000 bonus, at the conclusion of the seven-day event.

Among the 40 riders who have qualified to compete at bull riding’s most prestigious event is none other than Crockett, Texas’ Boudreaux Campbell. He will begin the 2023 PBR World Finals ranked No. 7 as he chases his first gold buckle.

For more of the qualifiers, click here.

Boudreaux Campbell in the opening during the first round of the Everett Unleash the Beast PBR. Photo by Andy Watson / Bull Stock Media

Held alongside the PBR World Finals, the Women’s Rodeo World Championship (WRWC) will return to Fort Worth, Texas, for the fourth consecutive season. The Women’s Rodeo World Championship, the world’s richest women’s only rodeo, will take over the iconic Cowtown Coliseum May 18-20, as the world’s preeminent women’s rodeo athletes duke it out for the title of 2023 Women’s Rodeo World Champion.

For three nights only, the world’s best women in rodeo competing in four disciplines will battle it out in one of the most exciting female-only live sporting events to witness, going head-to-head in team roping, breakaway roping, and barrel racing. A collective of $750,000 will be on the line, with $182,500 being paid out in each discipline and each event champion leaving the Cowtown Coliseum with a minimum of $60,000.

Among the more than 200 women’s athletes that have qualified, Canton, Texas’ Jana Guthrie will begin the competition as a Top 3 seed in the Barrel Racing.

For more on the complete list of top-seeded qualifiers, click here.

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