How Much is Dusty Tuckness Worth?
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Work out five to six days a week
Probably the greatest bullfighter of all time, Dusty Tuckness has been on the PRCA’s Bull Fighter of the Year list for ten years in a row. Dusty is a cowboy who works hard both inside and out of the arena. His work ethic is unlike any other.
Dusty Tuckness grew up in a small town in Meeteetse, Wyoming. His father was a bullfighter, and he grew up around rodeos. At the age of twelve, Dusty started fighting bulls. At fifteen, he almost lost his life to a bull. He then learned to save himself during competition. The bull almost destroyed Dusty. His mother wasn’t too happy about his decision to become a professional bull fighter. But he knew that bullfighting would be his future. And he worked hard to make it so.
Despite his humble beginnings, Dusty Tuckness has become one of the best bull fighters in the industry. He is ten time PRCA Bull Fighter of the Year and has made 13 trips to the National Finals Rodeo. He has been a fixture in Justin Boot’s Standard of the West. He is known as the “Dusty Tuckness of the West” and has many friends in the cowboy world. He is also a family man. He has a wife and two sons.
As for what Tuckness has to offer outside of the arena, he is not short on the cliches. He is a member of the PRCA and has a son named Adley. He is also a carpenter and has an interest in roping.
Despite all of his accomplishments, he does not tweet. He does however, post on his Facebook page about traveling and his religious beliefs. He also played an air guitar to AC/DC’s “Back in Black”.
Backflips over bulls
During the recent Brett Cushenbery Memorial Bull Ride, Dusty Tuckness – a professional freestyle bullfighter – backflips over a charging bull. As a 12-year-old, Tuckness began fighting bulls at junior rodeos in Meeteetse, Wyo. In 2006, he joined the rodeo circuit full time. In 2016, he finished sixth in the Pendleton Whisky World Standings.
Dusty Tuckness’s most important job is to protect the bull riders. The bulls are large animals, like 2,000-pound cats, that charge at full speed. The bull riders wear jeans and spurred boots. They’re also “hooked” by the horns of the bulls. Their job is to get close enough to the bull without getting run over.
Tuckness is a cowboy, not a matador, and has never worn a cape or sword. He also doesn’t tweet. He doesn’t even tell jokes.
Clown career spans three decades
During his time as a rodeo clown, Timber Tuckness taunted a raging bull away from his cowboy. He also wore suspenders and fake breasts. Today, Timber Tuckness’s son Dusty Tuckness is a rodeo bullfighter.
In the video, Tuckness shows off his skills by throwing a cowboy down in front of a bull. He also plays an air guitar to “Back in Black” by AC/DC. Tuckness is dressed in “baggies” and face paint. He also wears neon green cleats. He has a crooked smile.
Tuckness has also won five World Championships for bullfighting in the past five years. In the video, he shows off his jumps and spins. During his career, he has worked 130 to 160 rodeos. He will perform at 50 to 60 rodeos next year.