Chase Outlaw, was predestined to be a cowboy. In 2019, he earned the moniker of becoming the CEO of Outlaw Nation by damn-near winning a world title just 16 months after a devastating wreck that required the Hamburg, Arkansas cowboy to undergo reconstructive surgery that required 68 screws, 11 plates and four pieces of surgical mesh to address 15 facial fractures. In ’19, he won five events at the elite level of competition, four at the Touring Pro level and another event in Canada to finish a career-best third in the world. He missed much of 2020 having undergone back-to-back shoulder surgeries. Outlaw won the third PBR event — Houston, Texas — he competed in at the elite level of competition and since making his debut, in 2012, he’s won 11 events at the elite televised level, five Velocity events, 19 Touring Pro events, 10 in Canada and two more in Australia. He was riding calves at four-years-old and was only 10 when he rode his first bull and prior to turning pro he was a five-time Arkansas state champion.