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On a journey from Brazil to the championships in Las Vegas, a tight-knit group of professional bull riders prove why they're the best.
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Great footage of Brazilian riders talking about the obstacles they overcome to ride in the U.S., and about their families and faith. Some pretty funny moments--and some really scary ones. The only downside--besides the clumsy opening and sound track--is Sean Gleason talking out of both sides of his mouth: saying the Brazilians are the best, while denying there's any biased judging in the PBR, and being all "sincere" as he says goodbye to Renato Nunes, who was bold about speaking the truth: the PBR judges DO treat a lot of the Brazilians like crap. Worth watching to get to know the "Killer Bs" as individuals.

Great footage of Brazilian riders talking about the obstacles they overcome to ride in the U.S., and about their families and faith. Some pretty funny moments--and some really scary ones. The only downside--besides the clumsy opening and sound track--is Sean Gleason talking out of both sides of his mouth: saying the Brazilians are the best, while denying there's any biased judging in the PBR, and being all "sincere" as he says goodbye to Renato Nunes, who was bold about speaking the truth: the PBR judges DO treat a lot of the Brazilians like crap. Worth watching to get to know the "Killer Bs" as individuals.