DISH Customers Can Now Order Unfinished Business

PUEBLO, Colo. — DISH satellite customers can now order the Professional Bull Riders’ (PBR) upcoming pay per view broadcast on May 30, the Built Ford Tough Ring of Honor: Unfinished Business presented by BlueDEF.

Starting today, PBR fans can contact their DISH representatives and purchase the 3-hour broadcast which will feature nearly three decades of the world’s greatest PBR World Champions and legends.

Starting at only $29.95, the May 30 PPV event will include the J.W. Hart PBR Challenge BlueDEF Velocity Tour (BDVT), the Built Ford Tough Ring of Honor: Unfinished Business presented by BlueDEF and PBR World champions and stars going head to head from Decatur, Texas.

In addition to some of the talented athletes on the PBR’s elite Built Ford Tough Series riding alongside the up-and-comers of the sport in the J.W. Hart PBR Challenge BDVT event, fans will be able to watch the legends who launched the PBR come out of retirement to prove they still have what it takes to make the 8-second buzzer.

PBR co-founder and 1992 PRCA Bull Riding Champion Cody Custer; PBR World Champions Michael Gaffney (1997), Chris Shivers (2000, 2003), and Justin McBride (2005, 2007); 2000 PBR World Finals winner Tater Porter; 2002 PBR World Finals winner J.W. Hart; 1999 PBR Rookie of the Year Mike White and 12-time PBR World Finals qualifier Ross Coleman will ride for a $160,000 winner-take-all purse in the Ring of Honor: Unfinished Business competition.

World Champions J. B. Mauney (2013), Renato Nunes (2010) and Mike Lee (2004); 2011 PRCA Bull Riding Champion Shane Proctor; No. 2 ranked PBR bull rider Matt Triplett and others will close the broadcast with a “one ride, highest score wins” challenge for $30,000 and the chance to take on 2015 PBR World Champion Bull contender Sweet Pro’s Long John (D&H Cattle Company) for an additional $20,000.

DirecTV users and customers of Vubiquity affiliates AT&T Uverse, Verison FiOS and Armstrong Cable can also purchase the PPV broadcast now.  Fans are encouraged to contact their satellite or cable providers directly for more information.

The PPV broadcast will be available also on mobile phones worldwide via Flipps. Flipps is a mobile app that lets viewers stream online content on their phones or onto a TV screen using only the phone. The app automatically discovers all connected TVs in the wi-fi network with no hardware, pairing, or setup. All transactions for PPV events are handled through Google Play and iTunes.

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