San Antonio bull riding isn't for the faint of heart, especially when you're a riding a 1,500-pound bull named Back In Black.
Cody Campbell has been a bull rider for 10 years. He's used to the occasional bumps and bruises, but he wasn't ready to be stomped and dragged.
"When I was coming off of him, my spur got caught on the loop of the flank rope and that's where they tie the knot, and then it twisted up and at that point I'm kind of just along for the ride," Campbell said.
Campbell admitted he was lucky. Besides the soreness, he walked away with just a few bruises.
"I watched the video a couple times. I think I came out smelling like a rose," said Campbell. "The Lord was definitely watching over me."
For most, last night's fall would have been enough to keep them from riding the next night. Not Campbell though. "You just gotta step up to the challenge the next night and do it," he said.
Campbell rode again and was almost immediately bucked off. It wasn’t the result he wanted, but it beat being stomped on.