‘Bullfighters Only’ Brings Its A-Game to Central Washington [PHOTOS
Bullfighters Only made a stop at the Toyota Center in Kennewick this past weekend. BFO is the revolutionized version of American Bullfighting -- rodeo style meets extreme sports.
The rules are simple: Each bullfighter has 60 seconds to score up to 100 points in order to qualify for the championship round. The first half has five rounds consisting of four bullfighters in each round -- with one bullfighter advancing based on points. The five who make it to the championship round face each other -- with the bullfighter who scores the most points winning that tour stop. A $12,000 prize is awarded to the champion, with the finals taking place in Las Vegas later on in the year.
Mexico's Andres "Sasquatch" Gonzales won the Tri-Cities tournament -- his first win of the season.
If you missed out on Saturday's tournament, you're in luck as BFO will be back in August for the Benton-Franklin Fair & Rodeo.