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PRAIRIE CITY — “There’s an old saying in rodeo,” said Trever Hamsher, owner of Hamsher Fighting Bulls. “Nobody wants to see somebody get hurt — but if somebody does get hurt, nobody wants to miss it.”

That human fascination with danger may help explain the rising popularity of freestyle bullfighting, an extreme sport that burst on the rodeo scene in the 1980s, faded away for a time and is now enjoying a resurgence, with two professional leagues.

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