Jordan Hamson, 22, was injured while trying to keep the bull rider safe.
He was released from the hospital shortly after the rodeo ended and cleared to resume all activities.
After being stomped, Hamson was pulled to safety. Paramedics quickly arrived to place him on a stretcher and checked his vitals.
Hamson was taken by ambulance to Putnam County Hospital where he was given at CT scan and examined for internal injuries.
"Trying to keep each other safe is a big part. Just as big as keeping the rider safe," fellow bullfighter Wade Crain said. "As soon as he got knocked out, he started saying, 'I need to go help Wade. I need to go help Wade.'"
The pair has worked together for about five years, Wade said.
Rodeo workers picked Hamson up from the hospital on their way out of town.
The rodeo was presented by Rodeo H, but the bull riders and bullfighters are from C-Bar Rodeo.
C-Bar will have its next show Wednesday night in Paris, Ill. Hamson is expected to participate.