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Posted 29 April 2013 - 09:35 PM

I had a friend in high school whose dad put these contests on in a barn up in Western Massachusetts, but I never went to one.

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 07:43 AM

I was a big hunter when I was younger and now I won't even step on an ant if I see one. I don't know why it just happened.


Same. I've always wanted to watch a cock fight though. Just the thought of a lone cock being challenged by another cock. The men have probably trained their cocks for some time for this exact moment. Spending endless nights strengthening, nurturing and working their cocks until they can't take It any longer.

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 07:58 AM

Yes, but strapping the blades on their cocks is when it gets real

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 08:29 AM

I will never understand how one could enjoy watching two chickens fight.  Only chicken I want to see is fried or grilled and on my plate.  Fwiw, I don't even enjoy watching two people fight, unless its two hot women. 



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Posted 30 April 2013 - 11:32 AM

It's not something that I would do, because it reall does not interest me in the least.

but Roosters will fight each other to the death even if you did nothing at all around them. They will even use that spur on their foot to puncture the eggs that would be be another rooster, they are mean sobs so I don't look at it the same as dog fighting, dogs aren't going to try and kill each other unless you train them too. So to me Rooster fighting not animal cruelty think of it more as an organized viewing of a roosters natural behavior .

Again not something I would do, 0 interest in watching it but there is a big difference between a rooster fight and dog fighting

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 11:32 AM

It's not something that I would do, because it reall does not interest me in the least.

but Roosters will fight each other to the death even if you did nothing at all around them. They will even use that spur on their foot to puncture the eggs that would be be another rooster, they are mean sobs so I don't look at it the same as dog fighting, dogs aren't going to try and kill each other unless you train them too. So to me Rooster fighting not animal cruelty think of it more as an organized viewing of a roosters natural behavior .

Again not something I would do, 0 interest in watching it but there is a big difference between a rooster fight and dog fighting

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 12:03 PM

It's not something that I would do, because it reall does not interest me in the least.

but Roosters will fight each other to the death even if you did nothing at all around them. They will even use that spur on their foot to puncture the eggs that would be be another rooster, they are mean sobs so I don't look at it the same as dog fighting, dogs aren't going to try and kill each other unless you train them too. So to me Rooster fighting not animal cruelty think of it more as an organized viewing of a roosters natural behavior .

Again not something I would do, 0 interest in watching it but there is a big difference between a rooster fight and dog fighting

you are mostly right, the rooster will do it as soon as they come of age. the only training they get is for fitness.



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Posted 30 April 2013 - 12:14 PM

Normal farm roosters are no different than any other animal when trying to establish dominance. Every male animal battles to be the Alpha.

What is different about most organized cock fights are the add'l tools, blades, etc that are attached to the roosters feet.

Heck you can go to any farm and witness a cockfight. Growing up on a farm, they will also chase you or "spur" the heck out of your legs. Like was mentioned, some of them are pretty aggressive.


I mentioned the Philippines earlier. Kinda gruesome pics but you can see the blades toward the end.

http://my_sarisari_s...e/cockfighting/

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 05:41 PM

you are mostly right, the rooster will do it as soon as they come of age. the only training they get is for fitness.

No poo here, my Name is Jason and at work they call me Big Jason, because i'm 6'2 200 and the other Jason 5'8 150.



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Posted 01 May 2013 - 01:50 AM

No poo here, my Name is Jason and at work they call me Big Jason, because i'm 6'2 200 and the other Jason 5'8 150.

 

well im 6'3 290 and my son is Jason as well,6'4 225

 




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