Birmingham Commonwealth Games’ Mascot Officially Named After OZZY OSBOURNE

Ozzy Osbourne Bull

The bull that was featured at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham last year has been named after Ozzy Osbourne, as reported by BBC News.

The 33-foot-tall sculpture was previously known as Raging Bull, but after receiving over 28,000 votes from the public, it was officially named after the famous rock star. The announcement was made on the show “BBC Breakfast.” The other shortlisted names for the bull were Bostin, Brummie, and Boulton.

Ozzy Osbourne is set to participate in the 2023 installment of the Power Trip festival alongside GUNS N’ ROSESAC/DCMETALLICAIRON MAIDEN and TOOL as one the headliners of the Goldenvoice-produced festival.

Although the 74-year-old Osbourne had to cancel some of his earlier planned tours due to health complications, the iconic BLACK SABBATH singer expressed his intention to come back if his health situation gets better.

This three-day festival, produced by Goldenvoice, is scheduled to occur from Friday, October 6th to Sunday, October 8th at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. GUNS N’ ROSES and IRON MAIDEN will take the stage on Friday, AC/DC and Ozzy Osbourne on Saturday, and METALLICA and TOOL will close out the event on Sunday.