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Myth: Cages are for animals

MMAWeekly has an interesting article on the safety differences between a cage and a ring:

But this isn’t settled yet. The statement that a cage is safer than a ring is not one of architecture or physics. It’s an argument used to combat a particular perception. The problem with this answer is not one of veracity; the problem is one of phraseology. A cage is a place where you keep an animal, in many cases, a dangerous or vicious animal.

This is a pretty broad statement to make. I’ve kept my sister locked in a cage for years and she’s the most docile person I know. It wasn’t always this way though … it took me years to get her to stop all her screaming, wailing, and crying. But fortunately the soothing effect of her cage finally took care of my problems and now she just sits in there rocking back and forth quietly.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003406248015 Ziyad

    Yours is a celevr way of thinking about it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003406260121 Vishal

    bj was never close to going out and he was firing back the whole time. ya he was btuesd up but so was diaz. that was a great fight and if anything just showcased how much of a warrior BJ is. taking on a proven champion in diaz that is much bigger than him, fighting him at his own game and not getting finished is fuckin impressive.WAR BJ

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