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Cooper
Davis

Jasper
,
Texas
Ranch & Rodeo
Cooper Davis
Cooper Davis has one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. As a professional bull rider, he's broken both ankles, a shoulder, and his jaw, and that still didn't stop him from winning the World Finals in 2015 and the World Championship in 2016. He lives and breathes the bull-riding world, and triumphs while he's at it. But when he's not on the road or on the back of a one-ton bucking bull, he's unwinding in his hometown of Jasper, Texas, spending time with his wife and three-year old son.

Q:

What goes through your head when you first wake up in the morning before you bull ride?

A:

It's game day.

Q:

Where is your favorite place to bull ride?

A:

Las Vegas.

Q:

Tell us a favorite story from a day out bull riding.

A:

Anytime I get to do what I love is an awesome day, but if I could single out a day it would be winning the 2016 PBR World Championship on the last day of Vegas.

Q:

How do you up your game year after year?

A:

For me, it's never being comfortable with where am at - in my fitness, knowledge, and overall work ethic of the sport. That mentality is what continues to make me better each year.

Q:

If you could do anything better what would it be?

A:

If I could do anything better it would be to be able to quickly forget about the rides that don't go well.

Q:

Who are your heroes? Who do you look up to?

A:

As a kid, guys like Chris Shivers, Jim Sharp, and Mike White were guys I looked up to. As I got older, Clayton Foltyn is a guy that I look to for advice and who has been a big part of my bull-riding success.

Q:

What haven't you accomplished that you aspire to do in your lifetime?

A:

Being an avid hunter. Going to hunt caribou with a bow would be a huge accomplishment.

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