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Old 09-23-2011, 01:20 PM   #1
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Default Cage fighting for kids is slammed by experts as “barbaric”

Cage fighting for kids is slammed by experts as “barbaric”

Cage fighting for kids is slammed by experts as “barbaric” - mirror.co.uk

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Terrified children are paraded in front of hundreds of screaming adults who pay up to £25 a head to watch them beat hell out of each other.

And, amazingly, it’s all perfectly legal.

The latest shameful contest – slammed by child welfare experts as “barbaric” – was staged at a social club in Preston, Lancs.

Shocking video footage shows kids battling bare-handed and without protective equipment as 450 boozy spectators – mainly men – jeer and wolf-whistle at scantily-clad girls who appear between each of the nine-minute bouts
As a father i can't agree with this, perhaps with protection, like a proper 'amateur' boxing match, or martial arts competition OK? But grown men going to watch children try to hurt each other, there is something wrong IMHO... makes me feel sad

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