Last week we told you that Chad Ochocinco was planning to ride bulls during the NFL lockout on the Professional Bull Riding tour. Now we have some details on the actual event.
PBR COO Sean Gleason issued Ochocinco a challenge which he accepted (no surprise). Here are the details for the challenge:
> Show up at The Arena at Gwinnett Center, get on a bull and the PBR will give Ochocinco $10,000
> If Ochocinco successfully rides that bull for the required 8 seconds, the PBR and Ford Trucks will give Ochocinco a brand new Ford F-150 with EcoBoost Engine, as well as allow him to permanently rename the bull as he chooses
> If Ochoccinco does not show up for the challenge, the PBR will permanently re-name the bull “#58 No Show Cinco.”
I kind of like that name — No Show Cinco. The Bengals would have done well last year if it weren’t for No Show Cinco. I wonder what NFL team will trade for No Show Cinco when the lockout ends. Tom Zbikowski wanted to fight but too bad No Show Cinco was too scared. Ha, this is fantastic.
Ty Murray told LBS in February that the PBR wasn’t going to rest until SportsCenter was playing PBR highlights. I guess this was one way of achieving that goal because you know everyone will want to see No Show get bucked off a bull. That will be the highlight of the offseason.Google+
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