Western Sports Weekly: Weston Rutkowski Wins Again!

Western Sports Weekly: Weston Rutkowski Wins Again!

BFO's Weston Rutkowski Wins Again! BFO's Weston Rutkowski Wins Again!

May 10, 2018

NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) Bullfighters Only's two-time reigning world champion Weston Rutkowski has returned to the winner's circle, putting together two solid bullfights to win the Fiesta de Toros in Woodward, Oklahoma.

Rutkowski advanced through the long round with an 84.5 score. The Hooey Championship Round featured five ‘long round’ winners, with three new faces to the game. But it was Rutkowski's 84 point fight that earned him the 20-18 Fiesta de Toros title.

With the earnings in northwest Oklahoma, he moved into second place in the Pendleton Whisky World Standings, but still chasing the season leader, Toby Inman.

The BFO now heads to their next event, which is another stand-alone competition in Kennewick, Washington.

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