Bellew Live Full Fight

Tony Bellew Live Full Fight is looking to upset the odds as he takes on Oleksandr Usyk for the prize of all four world cruiserweight titles. Bellew has previously held the WBC title.

Bellew Live Full Fight

When is it?

It’s tonight, so Saturday, November 10.

Bellew Live Full Fight

Where is it?

The bout takes place at the Manchester Arena, which previously hosted the first meeting between Carl Froch and George Groves, a Joe Calzaghe title defence against Jeff Lacy in 2006 and Ricky Hatton’s victory over Kostya Tszyu in 2005 – a performance he described as his ‘Everest’.

What TV channel will it be on?

The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office.

The event is priced at £19.95 for UK customers, €24.95 for Republic of Ireland customers, up until midnight, Friday, November 9.

Although the main event will not start until later, coverage will begin at 6pm on Saturday evening and continue until 1am on Sunday morning.

There will be two repeats of the fight in its full duration on Sunday, shown at 9am and 4pm.

What time is the fight likely to start?

The ringwalks for Bellew vs Usyk should begin at 10pm, although as ever with these big fight nights that can be subject to delays. It can also depend on how long the various under card fights last.

Who are they and what are their records?

Tony Bellew 

33 fights, 30 wins, 20 by KO

Bellew is back on familiar territory at cruiserweight after stepping up to twice to beat David Haye at heavyweight. Bellew lost light-heavyweight world title fights with Nathan Cleverly and Adonis Stevenson but is undefeated at both cruiserweight and heavyweight and has won his last 10 fights.

Oleksandr Usyk

15, fights, 15 wins, 11 by KO

Usyk is four years younger than Bellew, but is the undisputed king of the division. Won gold medals at the 2011 World Championships and 2012 Olympics as an amateur and has never lost a professional fight.

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For all the pomp and circumstance surrounding undisputed cruiserweight champion Oleksandyr Usyk’s historic title defense on Saturday, it might be easy for the underdog story of his popular opponent to get lost in the mix.

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Usyk (15-0, 11 KOs), who became the first cruiserweight to unify all four recognized titles when he won the World Boxing Super Series tournament in July, will headline the first undisputed title defense in United Kingdom history when he faces Tony Bellew (30-2-1, 20 KOs) at Manchester Arena (DAZN, 1 p.m. ET).

The 2012 Olympic gold medalist from Ukraine has rapidly become one of the pound-for-pound best in the sport. Usyk not only enters Saturday as a large betting favorite, he has already shared plans to move up to heavyweight with a victory and begin his pursuit of Anthony Joshua, the undisputed title and retirement — all in that order.

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But for everything Usyk brings to the fight in terms of unmatched skill, there’s little doubt that it’s the will of the 35-year-old Bellew, a Liverpool native, that will attract the majority of fans thanks to blue-collar persona and the blood, swear and tears he puts into every fight.

Bellew’s meteoric rise over the past five years since his knockout loss to light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson has been as surprising as it has been fun. After overcoming the devastating emotional toll of the defeat, Bellew has embarked on a 10-fight win streak in which he has won a cruiserweight title, avenged an early defeat against Nathan Cleverly and picked up two knockout victories over former heavyweight titleholder David Haye.

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Throughout his rise up two divisions, Bellew has also found himself as a power puncher and mental warfare assassin who gets in the heads of his opponents and wears them down with his hunger and relentlessness. The transformation has helped Bellew became something of a “Rocky” figure the U.K. and a huge draw late in his career.

The challenge Bellew is taking against Usyk, however, is arguably the toughest of his career. The 6-foot-3 southpaw who came up in the same amateur system as P4P king Vasily Lomachenko (and employs father Anatolyi as his trainer), will be nearly impossible to outbox and Bellew has said it publicly many times in the buildup that he will need to induce a brawl and look to land a big left hook in order to have a shot.

Either way, Bellew is the type of fighter so honest that you know he’s willing to go out on his shield trying and has professed his goal is to not only defeat Usyk but “take his soul” in the process. But he’ll need to do so against a fighter who might be best described as an artist.

“There are two different kinds of spectacular fighters,” Usyk said. “One is a subtle counter puncher who shows the work like chess. It’s kind of an art, sports art. The other kind is when a guy has blood on all his body. That’s a second kind of spectacular fighter and people enjoy both. Both kind of fighters need to be respected.”

The one thing that tends to separate Bellew from his opponents during his recent unbeaten run has been his mental toughness. Being the underdog simply doesn’t bother him and Bellew is equally crazy and confident to raise his game to levels that almost exceed his actual ability when the stakes are highest.

The problem for Bellew in this matchup is that, despite being the bigger puncher, he’s going to need to channel every bit of magic he has left just to remain competitive. Yes, Usyk really is that good and the gap in skills should be evident early on. The fact that Bellew was unable to get into Usyk’s head at all in the build up — with the two actually embracing during Friday’s post weigh-in staredown — has to be seen as evidence that Usyk won’t be easily broken.

Usyk has already had his “moment of truth” test as a professional during his semifinal bout in the WBSS tournament against unbeaten Mairis Briedis in January. In a fight featuring tremendous ebbs and flow, Usyk absorbed heavy shots and proved his toughness in scoring a majority decision win. Six months later, he nearly shut out Murat Gassiev to win the tournament with an epic statement.

Is Bellew a better fighter than Briedis or Gassiev? It’s an interesting question when trying to gauge Bellew’s chances. His hope of winning the fight will begin and end with him landing his left hook, with hopes that by hurting or cutting Usyk it may give him an eventual shot at a stoppage. If he doesn’t, Usyk’s quick jab, awkward angles and command of distance from the southpaw stance should help him win convincingly.

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Bellew vs Usyk: Live Full Fight from the Boxing 2018 every major world championship belt in the cruiserweight division. The Ukranian arrives as the champion, holding the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO and The Ring titles.

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Bellew previously held the WBC title after he defeated Ilunga Makabu in what he describes as the ‘greatest night of his boxing career’, winning the belt at the home of his beloved Everton – Goodison Park. He then vacated after a single defence in order to fight David Haye twice at heavyweight.

Usyk picked up his first world title in just his tenth fight, when he beat Krzysztof Głowacki to win the WBO belt. He added the WBC strap when he outpointed Mairis Briedis in the World Boxing Super Series semi-final, before adding the IBF and WBA titles to his collection with a win over Murat Gassiev.

Usyk has never lost a professional fight. His record stands at 15-0, with 11 of his victories coming via knockout.

He won the undisputed championship in his 15th professional fight, which is an all-time boxing record, and as an amateur won gold medals at the 2011 World Championships and 2012 Olympics.

He’s fought 33 times, with an impressive 30 victories. 21 of those have come by way of knockout, with just the two defeats (to Nathan Cleverly and Adonis Stevenson) and a single draw, against Isaac Chilemba, who Bellew then defeated by unanimous decision.

Georgia vs Auburn

Georgia vs Auburn: The Georgia Bulldogs clinched the SEC East last week with a victory over Kentucky, but the College Football Playoff gives them no time for respite. The Bulldogs are likely to play for the national title if they can defeat Alabama in the conference championship game, but only if they remain a one-loss team. That means beating Auburn on Saturday is a necessity.


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The Bulldogs are 14-point home favorites in the latest Georgia vs. Auburn odds, and the total is 52.5 for the 7 p.m. ET kickoff. Before you make any Georgia vs. Auburn picks and predictions, you’ll need to see what the proven computer model at SportsLine has to say.

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And in Week 10, it absolutely nailed the biggest game of the season, recommending the Crimson Tide against the spread (-14), on the money line (-588) and hitting the under in Alabama’s 29-0 blowout of LSU. It also nailed its top-rated selection of Auburn (-3.5) over Texas A&M, helping the model finish the weekend on a strong 7-3 run on all top-rated picks. Anyone who has followed it is way up.

Now, the model has crunched the numbers for Georgia vs. Auburn. We can tell you it’s leaning under, but it has also generated a strong point-spread pick that hits in nearly 70 percent of simulations. That pick is only available at SportsLine.

The model has factored in that Georgia is back on the College Football Playoff track thanks to two statement victories over Florida and Kentucky to seal the SEC East. After the loss to LSU, the Bulldogs took the bye week to center themselves and came back doing what they do best.

They ran the football authoritatively and played lockdown defense, which will be key against Auburn. The Bulldogs have averaged nearly 250 rushing yards per game this season in their eight wins, but managed just 113 on the ground in their loss to LSU.

Against this new set of Tigers, Georgia should have obvious opportunities after Texas A&M gashed Auburn for 201 yards rushing last week, so look for the Dawgs to establish the run early.

But just because the Bulldogs are rolling doesn’t mean they cover a huge number against Auburn.

Auburn is battle-tested and quarterback Jarrett Stidham has the capability of being a great equalizer. The Baylor transfer hasn’t been quite as effective as he was in 2017, but he was rock-solid in Auburn’s upset victory over Georgia last season.

Stidham completed 16 of 23 pass attempts for 214 yards, three touchdowns and a rushing score in that game. If he can do that again, Auburn is going to have a chance to cover the two-touchdown spread on Saturday.

Notre Dame vs Florida State

Notre Dame vs Florida State: RECAP, SCORE & STATS | College Football Scores Week 10 The No. 3 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish (8-0), led by quarterback Ian Book, met the Big Ten Northwestern Wildcats (5-3),

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led by quarterback Clayton Thorson, in a Week 10 NCAA college football game on Saturday, November 3, 2018 (11/3/18) at Ryan Field in Evanston, Illinois. Check the scoreboard above for the final score and click on the stats link for game stats. App users: For the best mobile experience, use the mobile web version.

Here’s the AP recap:

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — No. 3 Notre Dame looked as if it was running away with another victory, leading by 17 points early in the fourth quarter.

It turned out the Fighting Irish needed one more big dash to secure it.

Ian Book threw two touchdown passes and ran 23 yards for a score in the closing minutes to lead Notre Dame to a 31-21 victory over Northwestern on Saturday night.

The Fighting Irish (9-0, No. 4 CFP) remained in line for a playoff spot and continued to build on their best start since the 2012 team went undefeated before losing to Alabama in the BCS championship game. The Wildcats (5-4) had won four in a row to grab the Big Ten West lead and they stayed in this one when it looked like Notre Dame was ready to pull away.

Book threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to a leaping Miles Boykin in the corner of the end zone and a 47-yarder to Michael Young in the third to put the Irish ahead a 21-7. He sealed it in the closing minutes with that 23-yard run untouched up the left side, after a 17-point lead early in the fourth shrank to three.”It’s a pretty awesome feeling,” Book said. “It’s hard to win in November. We’re in such a good situation, and we know that, but I think this team does such a good job of focusing one week at a time. Everyone’s excited, but everyone’s just ready for Florida State (next week).”

The Irish were in a similar spot last season, only to stumble down the stretch. They were No. 3 in the first two playoff rankings en route to an 8-1 start, only to go 2-2 the rest of the way — beginning with a blowout loss to Miami.

“We didn’t do a good job of just staying focused,” linebacker Te’Von Coney said. “We looked too far ahead and it cost us. This year, we have to stay in the moment; that’s the key.”

It was 24-7 early in the fourth when Northwestern’s Clayton Thorson threw a 27-yard touchdown to Riley Lees. Cameron Ruiz then blocked a punt by Tyler Newsome, giving the Wildcats possession on the Notre Dame 17. That led to a 1-yard sneak by Thorson, cutting it to 24-21 with 7:05 left.

“I could say we relaxed a little bit, but I think it was just Northwestern throwing their last punch,” defensive end Julian Okwara said.

Either way, Notre Dame didn’t get rattled.

“They’ve been like that all year,” coach Brian Kelly said. “They just play one play at a time. They don’t get too high, they don’t get too low. They knew in the second half they needed to play much better football, especially offensively.”

Texas vs Texas Tech

Texas vs Texas Tech: Texas Tech will play Texas at home at 8:30 pm Saturday In their previous game, they had totaled 996 yards and we can expect a quick match.

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Do not be fooled by super-scores: we promise Texas Tech and Oklahoma will play football. Texas Tech was not too late, but the team lost 51-46 to Oklahoma on Saturday. The loss should not affect the performance of Jett Duffey, who threw two touchdowns and 47 yards rushing in 13 attacks, while Da’Leon Ward had 53 rushing yards in 8 attacks. And got 7 passes and 74 times.

At the same time, it is always difficult to lose and it is more difficult to lose a point. Just ask Texas, unfortunately accepting the people who lost in West Virginia 42-41. It was a difficult break for Texas. The Texas team did well two weeks ago but lost twice.

After losing last week’s match, both teams will definitely pull out their teeth and nails to return to the winning position. Expect the marker to stay busy: if there are signs of his previous match, Texas Tech and Texas will really light up the scorecard.

The Longhorns only have 1.5 points for the Red Raiders. This season, Texas Tech University has opposed the spread by 5-3-0. As for Texas, his chances are 3-5-1. History of the series. Texas Tech has won two games in the last three games against Texas.

The Texas offensive is neither very dynamic nor very effective, but it is improving rapidly thanks to two developments: Sam Ehlinger is becoming a very precise smuggler and Keoontay Ingram is in Texas. The game puts pressure on it.

Ehlinger is known for his excellent runners this season, although he has not lost this feature, but as the technique of football pitching matures, it looks more and more like a pocket passport. Ehlinger has 329 yards and 9 touchdowns – obviously, his wheels have become bigger in the red zone – but there are 241 yards per game, 16 touchdowns and two interceptions. Texas did not manage to ruin everything, but because the longest pass completion distance is 48 meters.

The newcomer to Ingram is actually seven times less efficient than Ehlinger, but led the team to 485 yards. His 5.4 yards each time easily outperformed other Texas players. Ingram has good strength, elusive and fast.

The big receivers seem to be the Big 12 trend, and Lil’Jordan Humphrey and Collin Johnson of Texas also have a pair. They are not as dynamic as the duo Antoine Wesley and T.J. from Texas Tech. Wasser, but they still face challenges. Jordan averaged 88 yards per game, 14 yards per pass and 5 touchdowns. Johnson’s number is almost the same as Humphrey’s.

Texas Tech’s defense, despite a bad old improvement, is still a work in progress. The Red Raiders have allowed 161 yards per game, which is quite respectable, but exceeds 292 yards, but that’s not the case. On the plus side, Texas Tech makes another mistake after a slow start, as they did last season. The Red Raiders canceled 9 interceptions and recovered 6 turnovers, most of which were generated in recent games.

Line mechanic Dakota Allen led the technicians to attack and recover, but was forgotten due to injuries. Riko Jeffers is a very competent substitute for him.

Security Vaughnte Dorsey and cornerback Adrian Frye combined seven of Tech’s nine interceptions. Tony Jones defeated the Red Commando with a red strategy and solved the problem.

When Texas Tech has the ball: the Texas Tech offense is dangerous and no matter who is behind the center and against the Longhorns, it will be the replacement Jet Duffy. Second-year students experience highs and lows, but they average 5.7 yards each, which is a threat to the home run. Its value as a smuggler is more moderate.

Duffey has already launched the same number of touchdowns and interceptions (four) and has not mastered the entire script. As a result, he opened the attack with his legs, but restrained him with his arms and head.

Unfortunately, for Duffey, he will not have a real counterattack to ease the pressure. Demarcus Felton is the only goalie with an average of over 4.3 yards per possession but only 49 shots.

The constant joy of the technical offensive, and the one that calls it the redemption of the signal, is the receiving team. Antoine Wesley blocked the

Clemson vs Boston College

Clemson vs Boston College : The Clemson Tigers face a major test Saturday at 8 p.m. ET in their quest for another ACC title when they head north to face the Boston College Eagles. Clemson (9-0) can wrap up the Atlantic Division and another ACC title-game appearance with a victory, while Boston College (7-2) could tie for first place and keep its own hopes alive should it pull off the upset.

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The Tigers have won their past four ACC games by an average of 51 points, while the Eagles have won their past three conference games by double-figures. The Tigers are 19.5-point favorites and the over-under for total points scored is 56.5 in the latest Clemson vs. Boston College odds. Before you make any Clemson vs. Boston College picks, you’ll want to listen to what SportsLine senior analyst Josh Nagel has to say.

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A Nevada-based expert with 20 years of experience in the sports wagering industry, Nagel specializes in handicapping college athletics. He’s having another solid season in college football, and he has had a keen eye for the tendencies of ACC programs. Over the past two years, Nagel boasts a spread record of 8-4 in games involving Clemson.

Last year in this matchup, he advised SportsLine members to back the Eagles as a 35-point underdog at Clemson. The result: they hung tight most of the way before Clemson pulled away for a 34-7 victory. Anyone who followed Nagel’s advice pocketed a comfortable winner.

Now, Nagel has studied Clemson vs. Boston College from every possible angle and released a strong point-spread selection that is available only at SportsLine.

Nagel knows Clemson has hit what is becoming a familiar, dominant form as it heads down the stretch and makes a run toward another College Football Playoff berth. The Tigers are currently No. 2 in the College Football Playoff Rankings and have reached the four-team postseason for three consecutive years.

They have been tested twice and passed both. In Week 2, Clemson fought off a much-improved Texas A&M team for a 28-26 victory in College Station. Three weeks later, quarterback Trevor Lawrence was injured in the first half against Syracuse. The Tigers relied on their running game and defense to pull out a 27-23 victory.

In last week’s 77-16 blowout of Louisville, the Tigers amassed 661 yards of total offense and scored touchdowns on their first four possessions.

Still, Clemson’s recent dominance doesn’t mean it is destined to cover against a Boston College club that is hosting the program’s biggest game in recent memory.

Under coach Steve Addazio, the Eagles are historically stubborn underdogs in large part because of a consistently physical defense. But they are in the ACC hunt because of an offense that has featured long-needed play-makers.

AJ Dillon is among the top running backs in the country. He has produced strong numbers despite battling an ankle injury, gaining 897 yards with eight touchdowns. Sophomore Anthony Brown has provided production and stability at quarterback, which has been a weak spot for the Eagles. He has thrown 16 touchdowns against five interceptions while completing 58 percent of his attempts.

We can tell you Nagel is leaning toward the over, but his much stronger pick is on the side. He has unearthed the critical x-factor that makes one side of the spread hit hard. He’s only sharing it at SportsLine.

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LAS VEGAS – After recording an event win and four Top-10 efforts during the regular season, Alisson De Souza (Taubate, Brazil) used a runner-up finish at the Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour (RVT) Finals to propel him to the 2018 RVT Championship.

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Starting the season culminating event for the PBR’s (Professional Bull Riders) Velocity Tour at No. 13 in the series standings, 95 points behind then tour No. 1 Michael Lane (Tazewell, Virginia), the 25-year-old Brazilian went 2-for-3 inside South Point Hotel & Casino, collecting 225 world points, to surge to the top of the rankings.

After covering Heartless (John Peck/Hale & Wallgren Bull Co.) for 87 points in Round 1, De Souza rebounded from a Round 2 buckoff early Saturday night with an 88-point, round winning ride aboard Handsome Jeff (K-C/Jo-Z Bucking Bulls) in the championship round.

For his efforts, he earned $72,600, including the $50,000 RVT Champion bonus.

Matching his rise up the RVT standings, De Souza also gained ground in the PBR world standings, rising to No. 34 after beginning the event No. 43. Courtesy of his newfound ranking inside the Top 35, De Souza has qualified for his career-first PBR World Finals.

For the second time in his career, Chase Outlaw (Hamburg, Arkansas) won the RVT Finals event title, earning $29,600 and 320 world points.

After winning Round 1 Friday night, Outlaw covered his eighth straight bull in Round 2, making the 8 aboard SW 506 (Winston/Slaughter/Melton Bull Co.) for 87.5 points. His streak, however, came to an end in the championship round when he was dispatched by Max Bet (Owens/Wyatt/Smith) in 5.11 seconds.

Compliments of the win, Outlaw is now ranked No. 22 in the world, qualifying for his seventh consecutive world finals.

Throughout the past month, Outlaw has mounted a historic climb up the world standings. While reconstructive shoulder surgery prevented the Arkansas cowboy from competing the entirety of the first half, he was forced back to the sidelines just two months after making his 2018 debut when he was involved in a horrific wreck at Cheyenne Frontier Days where he sustained 30 facial fractures.

Since returning to competition on Oct. 6 at the Milwaukee, Wisconsin 25th PBR: Unleash The Beast event, Outlaw has risen 54 spots in the world standings, up from No. 76, collecting 865 world points.

Luis Blanco (Iacanga, Brazil) and Paulo Lima (Bezerros, Brazil) tied for third at the event, both earning berths to the 2018 PBR World Finals.

Blanco, followed his 88-point trip in Round 1 on Yatesy Down Under (Star E Ranch/Just Have Faith Ranch) with 81 points on Anonymous (Broken Arrow Bucking Bulls) in the championship round, netting 152.5 world points and $14,700.

His qualification to the most prestigious event in the PBR, the fourth of his career, came as one of two top event finishers not ranked inside the Top 35.

For Lima, his finish was backed by two 84.5-point efforts coming aboard Look Back At It (CO Cattle CO./Bob Whisnant) in Round 1 and Red Man (Halpain & Roth) in Round 2. The 30-year-old Brazilian collected 62.5 points and $7,700 for his efforts.

Rising to No. 3 in the RVT standings, Lima punched his ticket to the World Finals for the fourth time in his career as one of the top two riders in the RVT standings not ranked within the Top 35.

Juan Carlos Contreras (Huichapan, Mexican) finished fifth at the RVT Finals, earning him his second appearance at the World Finals as the second top finishing rider at the event not inside the Top 35.

Collecting $4,900 and 40 world points, Contreras’ efforts were helped by back-to-back rides in the first two rounds, an 83-point ride on Memory Maker (Team KNK/The Jaynes Gang) in Round 1 and an 82-point trip on Real Gun (Cord McCoy/G-G) in Round 2.

Despite going 0-for-2 at the event, Lane qualified for his second career World Finals via the Velocity Tour standings. Concluding the 2018 season No. 4, Lane delivered one of the most consistent seasons on the tour, recording an event win and eight Top 10 efforts.

Tying for twelfth with Mason Taylor (Maypearl, Texas), PBR Mexico invite Francisco Garcia Torres (Sal, Mexico) qualified for his career-first World Finals as the top finishing international invite. Torres’ finish, which earned him 15 world points, was backed by his 86-point trip aboard Mr. Valentine (Rickey West Bucking Bulls) in Round 1.

Round 2 also concluded the American Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI) Derby and Wild Card Classic competitions. Over the past two days 90 3-year-old Derby bulls and 90 3- and 4-year-old Wild Card bulls went head-to-head in hopes of securing their spot at the top.

Preacher’s Kid (K-C Bucking Bulls/RD Cattle) held on to his lead in the Derby with a 90.6-point performance for a payout of just under $28,000. Dirty White Boy (Andrews Rodeo Company), TNT 541 (Terrell/Smith) and Right Stuff (Craig Smith/Vern Nix) finished in a three-way tie for second after recording matching 88.2point scores, and each earning check for more than $12,500.

Viper (Cord McCoy/Big Sky Bulls, LLC) won the Wild Card Classic title with 89.4 points to earn $14,025. Jaywalker (Torres Brothers Bucking Bulls) picked up 89.2 points for a second-place finish and $7,905, while Major League Bucking Bulls’ Full Count was third posting 88.4 points to collect just under $6,000.

Compliments of their efforts at the RVT Finals, Wild Card Classic bulls Viper, Jaywalker, Full Count, Rugby (LeFlore Bucking Bulls) and Velocity (Andrews Rodeo Company) all qualified for the ABBI Classic Finals and will appear in Round 1 of the PBR World Finals on Wednesday.

The 25th PBR: Unleash The Beast World Finals will get underway with Round 1 on Wednesday, November 7 at 6:40 p.m. PT. Fans can watch the action LIVE on CBS Sports Network, beginning with the Inside the PBR World Finals pre-show, or via the listen LIVE feed on RidePass, both starting at 6:30 p.m. PT.

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Teodoro will join the brave trio of men as the fourth bullfighter on the dirt as he fills in for legendary cowboy protector Shorty Gorham still sidelined with a dislocated foot sustained earlier in the second half. With only 1,535 points separating the top two riders heading into the 25th PBR: Unleash The Beast World Finals, slated to takeover T-Mobile Arena from Nov. 7-11, the five days of action where the world’s best riders are pitted against the rankest bulls is sure to be intense and action-packed.

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The field is led by No. 1 Kaique Pacheco who has been dominant this season, recording an elite tour best four event wins, in addition to 14 Top-5 and 17 Top-10 finishes. Hot on Pacheco’s heels is 2017 PBR Rookie of the Year Jose Vitor Leme. Since the final regular-season elite tour event of 2018 in Nampa, where the Brazilian young gun was third, Leme has closed the gap on Pacheco by 455 points.

The tour’s Top 5 are rounded out by No. 3 Claudio Montanha Jr., No. 4 Luciano De Castro and No.5 Cody Teel.

In the Rookie of the Year race, a mere 225.83 points separate the top four contenders heading into World Finals week. Standings leader Keyshawn Whitehorse will look to maintain his No. 1 ranking, while No.2 Colten Jesse, No. 3 Alex Marcilio and No.4 Nathan Burtenshaw prepare to battle it out on the dirt inside of the home of the Las Vegas Golden Knights.

The 35 qualifiers via the world standings that will put it all on the line in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip for a chance at collecting their share of the more than $2.5 million in prize money are:

Joining these 35 men at World Finals are five qualifiers from the Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour.

Francisco Garcia Torres (Sal, Mexico) earned his spot as the top finishing international invite from the RVT Finals where he tied for twelfth. Paulo Lima (Bezerros, Brazil) and Michael Lane (Tazewell, Virginia) each secured a place as the Velocity Tour’s top two ranked riders not already within the Top 35 of the world standings. Luis Blanco (Iacanga, Brazil) clenched a berth after finishing third at the RVT Finals, while Juan Carlos Contreras’ (Huichapan, Mexico) fifth place effort also earned him an invite.

More than $2.5 million is at stake during the 2018 PBR World Finals including a $1 million bonus awarded to the World Champion, who also receives the coveted World Champion belt buckle.

Each rider will ride one bull per night during Rounds 1-5 from Wednesday through Sunday. Scores from the five rides will then be combined, and the Top 15 riders will advance to the championship round following the completion of Round 5 on Sunday, Nov. 11. The rider with the highest total score from the six rounds will earn the 25th PBR: Unleash the Beast World Finals event title and $250,000.

CBS Sports Network will broadcast every round of the 25th PBR Unleash The Beast World Finals live at 10 p.m. ET, Wednesday-Thursday, 11 p.m. Friday-Saturday and then at 4 p.m. on Sunday. B&W Hitches Inside the PBR World Finals presented by Yeti will air live from the Toshiba Plaza at T-Mobile Arena 30 minutes before the competition each night.

The action will also be available for streaming online at Live streaming will begin at 9:30 p.m. ET Wednesday-Thursday, 10:30 p.m. Friday, 10:10 p.m. Saturday and then at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.

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