Dusty Tuckness who has worked the Wrangler National Finals rodeo 10x and has been voted PRCA Bullfighter of the Year 9x grew up around rodeo most his life. His dad was a bullfighter, so the rodeo life was nothing new to him. He is a man of great faith and is one of the best bullfighters in the industry with a great future still ahead of him. When asked who Dusty looked up to as a young boy he responded “A lot of people inspired me growing up. My dad fought bulls, and he’s still a barrel man. I grew up around it. I looked up to guys like Rob Smets, Miles Hare, mike matt, lance Brittan, Joe Bumgardner and Rex Dunn. Those guys were the foundation of what bullfighting is today.” Everyone’s number one question is always, what made you decide to become a bullfighter? His response, “Bullfighting was something I knew I wanted to do, but I didn’t realize at the time it would turn into a career. God gave me a strong heart to not quit on anything, so I've stuck with it."