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The Unger Report: Bull Riding in Anaheim, Redux

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The Unger Report: Bull Riding in Anaheim, Redux

The Unger Report: Bull Riding in Anaheim, Redux

The Unger Report: Bull Riding in Anaheim, Redux

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The week-long X Games competition ended Sunday with a flourish of extreme sports action and a huge television audience. Day to Day cracked reporter Brian Unger looks at America's original extreme sport: bull riding. He and his trusty sidekick, Day to Day producer Rob Sachs, heads to Anaheim, Calif., to get an up-close look at one of the main events of the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) tour. This report originally aired March 1, 2004.

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