Puerto Rico: Short Fights Will Keep Cockfighting On Top of Agricultural Production

Repost – Gameness til the End Cockfighting generate more than $ 100 million a year DRD supports clandestine cockfighting ban for ELNUEVODIA.COM March 28, 2012 12:30 a.m. Considering that this is an industry that generates millions for the local economy, the Senate Committee on Sports and Recreation recommended to endorse legislation expressly prohibiting clandestine cockfighting…

Puerto Rico: Gamecocks, Tradition and Culture, From Eggs to Post Battle Care

Repost – Gameness til the End This video documentary includes scenes from the movie entitled “Modesto” by the Puerto Rico Cultural Institute 1492. Cockfighting for Puerto Rico has represented 300 years of history and culture, positive contribution to the economy and social life of our island, as part of our national identity. It has been…

Puerto Rico: Wedding and Cockfighting

Repost – Gameness til the End Cockfighting in Puerto Rico by Mike Barish on Jan 12th 2009 at 10:00AM Back in February, I attended a wedding in Puerto Rico. Staying at a hotel in Carolina, I found myself a few blocks away from Club Gallistico de Puerto Rico, one of the larger cockfighting arenas on…

Asociación Rajah Murgh in Puerto Rico Rules and Weapons

Repost I edited MC’s post a little and might have misunderstood it. So take this with a grain of salt. – Gameness til the End Asociación Rajah Murgh in Puerto Rico Rules and Weapons By MC The Asociación Rajah Murgh in Puerto Rico is a group that with its goals the preservation of the classic…

Andy Hightower Memorial Cup

This is the event that the Asociación Rajah Murgh celebrate in honour of one of the best breeder and lover of the asil breed. Andy Hightower blood was one of the key ingredients for the Puerto Rico asil today. This event will take place on 27 March 2011 in the Corozo Pit in Cabo Rojo….

Cockfighting on Web Enters Legal Arena

Repost – Gameness til the End Cockfighting on Web Enters Legal Arena Broadcaster’s Suit Challenges Anti-Cruelty Law Sunday, July 22, 2007 By Peter Whoriskey, Washington Post Staff Writer MIAMI — One evening last week, two roosters in a ring surrounded by cheering spectators pecked and clawed one another in a fight to the death. With…