Blood Sport

It has come to my attention that some people have a disdain for Blood Sports such as the UFC or Boxing, well I have a disdain for people falling asleep at the WHEEL but I don’t campaign against anti-histamines because they fight allergens.

It’s simple, not only were these sports created by Capitalists who profit from pain and entertainment, but these sports were also the result of Human Nature’s insatiable desire to destroy things. Consider this, what was Kimbo Slice doing before “Organized Fighting”? Punching peoples EYES out in Dade County. Sound familiar? Imagine Wladimir Klitzchko billigerently drunk at some ridiculous club with hipsters sprinkled everywhere on the Las Vegas strip, that could result in someone encountering the “Wrong-Fu-Fist”.

The aforementioned stewards of violence are well known, but there are a plethora of gladiators trained in the “Killing Arts” that aren’t recognizable unless they’ve got the Mr. Potato Head Ears…The result? Your goofy ass, handed to you, because you wouldn’t shut the hell up or listen to your girlfriend’s “Let it go”.

I use these examples to illuminate one of the purposes for a caged octagon, wrestling ring, or a boxing ring. Your potential well-being, to keep THEIR ass, away from YOUR ass. Instead of you receiving a “Finish Him” in public, sporting events and venues have been created that enable you to pay to see OTHER citizens get mangled… in public…To your primitive enjoyment. Inhumane? I don’t know, open a dictionary, define “Humane”, muse about that philosophically, or ask PETA, since they claim to have morality by the balls maybe they can provide some insight. Again, consider the cage, octagon, or a ring a great big container for crazy motherfuckers. Better them than me.

P.S They aren’t villains and they aren’t all out-of-control, but you can’t deny the danger in their passion for fighting… mixed with your lack of fighting ability.


About Travanti

I'm an actor, satirist (read that slowly, or you could get the wrong idea), comedic writer (contingent upon who finds my work funny), & macro/microcosmic social commentator. An alum of the University of Louisville, and Syracuse University (Newhouse Television Radio & Film M.S.)... aren't I being shockingly cavalier about it all?

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