1 of 10If any bull can challenge SweetPro's Long John for this year's World Champion Bull title it's Jared Allen's Air Time. Though he has only five outs this season, only one dipped below the 45 point mark.
2 of 10Since coming out of retirement, 2012 World Champion Bull Asteroid has gone 5-0 this season with two of those crossing the 45 point threshold. Only two riders have managed to last more than five seconds on Asteroid.
3 of 10Stanley FatMax may not get the press that bulls like Air Time or Asteroid get but he's one of the most dominant bulls on tour, and possibly ever. This season he is 9-0 and has recorded 71 buckoffs in his seven year career, tying him for sixth most in PBR history.
4 of 10Only one man can claim to have ridden Crossfire this season and that's Cooper Davis who earned 91.5 points on him at the Ty Murray Invitational. Otherwise, only five riders can claim to have even reached five seconds on Crossfire.
5 of 10Paulo Lima won in New York when he rode Cochise for 90 points, since then eight other riders have tried and failed to repeat the feat.
6 of 10Beaver Creek Beau, a veteran on the BFTS, has bucked off all 11 riders who attempted him this season, with Kaique Pacheco serving as his latest victim back in Billings, Montana.
7 of 10Modified Clyde has only been ridden once in seven outs this season when rookie sensation Jess Lockwood rode him for 90.5 to win in Billings, Montana.
8 of 10Lane's Magic train is unridden in six outs this season. Nathan Schaper learned quickly just how tough Magic Train could be when he was bucked off in 3.33 seconds in Phoenix, Arizona.
9 of 10In 10 outs this season only 2004 World Champion Mike Lee has come close to riding Seven Dust. He lasted 7.04 seconds when he attempted Seven Dust in Billings, Montana.
10 of 10Big Cat made his debut as a short round bull in Oklahoma City earlier this season and has made the team at TLW Bucking Bulls proud. He is undefeated in seven outs this season.