The UK has Kiddie Cage Fighting!

England just got a bit more awesome, because they now have pint-sized cage fighting organizations that pit boys as young as 8 against each other in a battle to the death.  Well, maybe not death, but these kid cage fights are definitely more brutal than your typical little boy activities such as Olympic style wrestling, or a martial arts class.  In the video below you can see one of these kiddie cage fights taking place at Greenland’s New Labour Social Club in PrestonLancashire, which is in the northwest part of England.  These cage fights aren’t what you’re used to seeing in the UFC, because for now the little brawlers aren’t allowed to throw punches and kicks, but they do get their grappling on like little Gracies.  Unfortunately, they also cry during the match, which can be expected of a young man as he’s getting beat up to the cheers of an unruly adult crowd.

Obviously, these little boy chicken fights aren’t too popular with p*ssified parents and the government, but for now they’ll be allowed to continue.  I think it’s safe to say that we’ll never see this 300 style of training young men anytime soon here in the States.  Our culture when it comes to this type of stuff is even more sensitive than the Brits, so I wouldn’t get too pumped up about enrolling your little Rambo into a MMA league at the young age of 8.  Check out the video of the two younglings battling below to see if it offends you.  Let us know what you think using the comments section below.  You’ve been thinking this is a great way to make sure your son is a man’s man…

Little Kid Cage Fighting


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