How much do the bull fighters in the pbr make?

While we found no official online information on the salary of a Professional Bull Rider bullfighter or rodeo clown, however, as reported by Chron.com, the salary of rodeo clowns can vary, depending on which events they work and how skilled they are at the job.

According to Career Search, a median rodeo clown salary for 2011 was about $51,000. Rodeo clowns with the most skills demand higher salaries, with the top clowns making six figures. Rodeo clowns on a regular circuit may demand top rates as opposed to those who only work a few dozen shows a year.

Discover the rodeo lifestyle working as a rodeo clown. Find out what rodeo clowns do and how to become one at Jobmonkey.com.

If you are interested in buying tickets (billetes) for a bullfight in Spain, have a look at some insider tips and suggestions at Seville-traveller.com.

Bullfighting is a really popular part of Spanish culture that's been documented in countless places. Here’s a number of tips on viewing bullfights when visiting Madrid from Video.about.com.

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Updated on Thursday, October 30 2014 at 12:01PM EDT