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Supercross: Stewart Back in Bubba’s World

James Stewart News

"Bubba’s World" returns to FUEL TV for the second season, a motorcycle show that brings viewers directly behind the scenes of an AMA Supercross Champion.

This season, the series follows AMA Supercross and Motocross star James "Bubba" Stewart as he battles through an injury that could possibly end his SX & MX career.

For fans of AMA Supercross, many already know how Stewart sustained a hand injury during a wreck at Round 2 with his biggest rival, Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Chad Reed. During the 2009 AMA Supercross season, Stewart took the title by only 4 points over the Australian Reed.

But in the second season of "Bubba’s World," fans will get a behind-the-scene look at the the the 2010 season of James Stewart, which provides one of the most revealing insights into professional motorsports such as AMA Supercross.

Shon Tomlin (TV SVP of Programing and Marketing, and Bubbas World Series’ Executive Producer) says: "This season of ‘Bubba’s World’ takes the drama and frustration of being an injured pro athlete to another level."

"You rarely get this kind of unfiltered access to a world-class athlete who is fighting to regain his crown. The new season embeds you in James’ life at a time when everything he’s ever known is on the line and there’s uncertainty at every turn."

James Stewart says: "This past year has had a lot of ups and downs for me personally, and it’s been hard having the cameras follow me through the whole process."

"I want to show people what it’s been like dealing with the Supercross injury and trying to come back from it. People will see what my life is like, and will get to know my family and friends a lot better this season."

Tenece Michael (Executive Producer and owner of 100% Terry Cloth, the production company behind the series.) says: "Last season was time for healing and personal exploration for James Stewart."

"This season, however, it’s time for James to show that he has the confidence, determination and skill to once again become the greatest motocross rider on the circuit. But where there’s risk, there’s the unknown."

"With the clock ticking on a Supercross comeback that may or may not happen, the drama and suspense is cranked up with genuine pressure and emotion emanating from the Stewart camp. And it will take until the last episode to find out if James will reclaim his number-one title, or be standing in the unemployment line."

"Bubba’s World" presented by GEICO appears on Fuel TV every Thursday at 10 p.m. ach episode re-airs several times throughout the week. Episodes are also available on iTunes for $1.99.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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