I know underground racing or underground street racing (though illegal), however if underground fight clubs have been formed for the sole goal of school and higher school aged pupils beating each other senseless.
Like the popular film “Fight Club”, those concealed bands of America’s youth and children are forming fighting and groups in homes, parks and schools. These children are currently using gloves or some kind of mma equipment. They’re currently putting in their clothing, balance shoes and bracelets, projecting the back over their shoulder. Broadly speaking, parents of America let their kids to watch violent films and play with crime-filled video games such as “Grand Theft Auto”, but did they ever have some notion that perhaps their child can act outside in this type of violent method?
Why do these children struggle?
A news channel in San Antonio reported stating that each child has their own purpose for battling. Some do it since they should blow off some steam while some struggle, since it’s an adrenaline rush. No matter the reason, it is quite dangerous and it may leave someone paralyzed injured or perhaps murdered. There have been many stories getting hurt.
The 90’s introduced its own challenges; backyard fighting although it isn’t as prevalent anymore. This game spread like middle and low course but there was still a huge difference. Backyard wrestling (according to popular tv shows such as the WWE), was not for the purpose of genuinely damaging or injuring your competition. It had been all about the imitation and stunts aggression, very similar to what you would see in spotlight wrestling.
Fundamentally, we have gone out of popular television show‘, to (usually benign) garden wrestling into full scale, barbarous teen fist fighting. It’s not about the injuries this epidemic is inducing; in what’s become acceptable with the current youth and society to me personally, the difficulty lies.
If tv proceeds down its innovative road of showing harsher and harsher material, what’s the second “game” to pop up and be socially acceptable? Our youth influenced by the networking of today and are prompted; it is only unfortunate that the UFC has changed into a role model that was contemporary.