Cockfighting is an illegal blood sport where roosters are trained to fight and kill each other. They often have sharp blades attached to their legs so they can tear each other apart.
Cockfighting is illegal in all 50 states, yet these bloody, barbaric events are ongoing across our country. SHARK has already taken the initiative against cockfighting by using our drones to film suspect rooster farms in Illinois and California. We are now announcing a new nationwide campaign called Crush Cockfighting, that will expose these illegal animal fights like never before, and we'll work hard to have those involved held accountable under the law.
In the wake of SHARK's release of our groundbreaking exposè on cockfighting in Kentucky, we were challenged by a cockfighter to debate - and we are taking this head on! On August 1, 2020, SHARK President Steve Hindi will travel to South Carolina to debate.
One cockfighter issues a debate challenge to SHARK president Steve Hindi, and Steve accepts. Then that cockfighter withdraws, because apparently there is another - a better prospect - a true champion among cockfighters. Who is that cockfighter who is at the pinnacle of the cockfighting world? Get your first look at B.L. Cozad, and see the qualities cockfighters look for in their "champion."
Check out this great article from Merritt Clifton at Animals24-7.org: