‘DWTS’ Bonner Bolton on collision that left him paralyzed: ‘I was observant my final prayer’


Professional longhorn supplement Bonner Bolton is propitious to be alive and competing on “Dancing with a Stars.”

The 29-year-old Texan, who dances with Sharna Burgess, told reporters after Monday’s uncover about his brush with death.

In Jan 2016, Bolton was bucked off a longhorn and landed on his head. He was inept from a neck down though miraculously recovered and got spinal alloy medicine in Chicago.

“The alloy that did my medicine told me I’m an impulse to everybody who’s ever postulated a spinal injury, and it’s a loyal spectacle what’s happened to me,” he said.

He didn’t consider he would be so lucky.

“I [believed] we was failing a day it happened and we was observant my final prayer.”

The supplement can’t trust he’s left from “being inept in that bed laying face up… and now dancing on this floor.”

Bolton, who won a longhorn roving universe championship when he was 20, told Fox News, “I was on a arise again when we got hurt.”

He wouldn’t accept that he’d be inept forever: “I kept pulling myself to know and trust that we would travel again, not usually would we travel again, we told [doctors] they would see me travel that week before we got out of a sanatorium — and they had me climbing 3 flights of stairs.”

The dynamic longhorn supplement certified of recuperation, “It was tough to reason a flare a right approach for a few months….I couldn’t wash myself. we had to have help.”

Bolton will tell “DWTS” fans some-more during “personal stories week” on Apr 10.