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Kansas City — The Professional Bull Riders team, Kansas City Outlaw, puts Smithville-born Cortin Hebarrow on the team’s protected roster before launching the Professional Bull Riders Team Series in Cheyenne, Wyoming, July 25-26. I signed it. Team release.

Hevalow joined the Kansas City Outlaw after being first signed as a free agent on the Arizona Ridge Riders practice team.

“I’m excited to be near my house,” Hevalow said after the deal. “Now I’m an outlaw in Kansas City. It’s pretty crazy and ready.”

The PBR Team Series is defined as the place where riders join the team and compete in the national championship 5v5 bull riding game. In the first season of 2022, eight founding teams will compete: Arizona Ridge Rider, Austin Gambler, Carolina Cowboy, Missouri Thunder, Nashville Stampede, Oklahoma Freedom, Texas Ratlers, and Kansas City’s own outlaw.

At the debut event at the stop of the Pendleton Whiskey Velocity Tour in Youngstown, Ohio in mid-February, Hebarrow won the expansion series event with a perfect 3-3.

Hevalow made his debut in St. Louis next weekend with the elite Unleash The Beast. As the individual seasons continued to unfold, Hevalow scored another Top 10 finish before his first Velocity Tour Finals, where he finished 8. Hebarou ended the rookie season with 78th place in the world.

During his brief tenure as a member of the Arizona Ridge Riders, Hebarrow participated in both pre-season events in Bismarck, North Dakota and Tryon, North Carolina. During the 255.5-86 victory over Oklahoma of the Arizona team in North Carolina, Hebarrow added an important score of 86.25 points to Feeling Dangerous to consolidate the victory.

The Kansas City Outlaw has made two additional changes to the delegation’s roster. The team chose to drop Colton Doherty (Woodburn, Oregon) in addition to signing the practice team with Bill Henry (Manila, Utah).

Hevalow and Henry have joined the roster of talented Kansas City outlaws, including Missouri-born and active PBR Rookie of the Year Bob Mitchell (Steelville). The team concludes with Dalton Kasel (Murshu, Texas), Rafael Henrique dos Santos (Sebastianopolis, Brazil), Tate Pollmeier (Fort Scott, Kansas), Marcus Mast (Middlebury, Indiana), Cole Melancon (Texas). Sour Lake). , Dustin Martinez (Canjilon, New Mexico), Sam Woodall (Haywood, Victoria, Australia), Clancy Heart (Valleyview, Texas), Kyler Oliver (Roy, Utah).

Throughout the regular season of the PBR Team Series, each team will participate in 28 competitions and a 5v5 bull riding game at 10 events. The team with the highest overall score wins the game and is allowed to tie.

Each team will host a three-day home stand and welcome the other seven teams. We will also participate in two neutral site events, including a season start event in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The season ends in Las Vegas from November 4th to 6th, with teams competing in the PBR Team Series Championship to compete for Team Series Champion.

When the 2022 season begins July 25-26 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Kansas City outlaws will face Oklahoma Freedom and the Texas Ratlers.

Following the event in Cheyenne, Outlaw will host its first homestand in Kansas City, Missouri, August 5-7, at the T-Mobile Center, the second event of the 2022 PBR Team Series season. To do.

At their first home event, Outlaw will face Arizona Ridge Rider on August 5, Nashville Stampede on August 6, and Missouri Thunder on August 7.

Tickets for the Kansas City Outlaw 3-day home stand from August 5th to 7th are now on sale. Tickets can be purchased online at AXS.com, T-MobileCenter.com, PBR.com or by calling PBR Customer Service at 1-800-732-1727.

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