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    I kinda respect the gypsy tradition that troubles are settled via a quick scrap and that's the end of it

    I don't respect their fondness for animal fights; that shit's messed up

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    agreed ^^^

    sort it out with a scrap .

    what if they are different weights ?

    should they cut ?

    lol
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    we know Doherty..I used to box at the same club..Very very nice guys! Honestly i have no bad words to say about the traveller community..They do fight 1 on 1 like the old times and it solves alot of problems/family feuds..just wish that people off the street would do the same! To fight bare knuckle takes balls and most people off the street dont want to know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanCrase View Post
    I kinda respect the gypsy tradition that troubles are settled via a quick scrap and that's the end of it

    I don't respect their fondness for animal fights; that shit's messed up
    Agreed, animal fights not cool

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    Just got done watching this and to be honest it left me feeling a bit sad for them.
    To have a life some consumed with violence must be grim as fuck and they're all emotionally unstable, they're ever fighting, on the bounce or crying it seems.

    I do admire their life style, especially the guy who got his head cut open, he seemed like a good dad and in a time of Xbox, Facebook and all that other shit it's good to see a dad who gets stuck in and actually does good shit with his kids in the outdoors rather than plonking them in front of the telly night after night.

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