Scott Waye fights a bull during the inaugural Bullfighter’s Only event on Canadian soil in Red Deer. Photo by Covy Moore. 

LLOYDMINSTER, Saskatchewan — I’m not sure what to say about this wreck, it could have gone far worse actually.

Luckily for announcer, Dustin Edwards, caught on that this bull was on the loose before he was turned upside down and knocked out.

I think my favorite quote from this wreck was from fellow announcer, David Poulsen.

“A real dedicated announcer would have stayed put and completed the damn presentation!”

Since that wasn’t really much of a wreck and Dustin got away, here are a couple actual wrecks where Edgar Durazo was stomped by an Eno bull called Honky Sam in Cluny and Cody Casper was crunched by Hand Burner in North Battleford.

Both were back in competition at the next event.

Biggest Moments of 2017

6. Lambert Earns Second PBR Canada Title
7. Girletz Calls it a Career

Worst Wrecks of 2017

5. A Near Miss
6. Rainy Day Pyro
7. Buttar and Robbins sit out Global Cup



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