Join Date: Dec 2007
Quoted: 4 Post(s)
Total Points: 4,800,302,202,768.45
Whatever you think of his acts before his injury took place, the person he is now certainly doesn't deserve to be in the condition he is in. Chances are that he would have gone onto be a better person like a lot of people who have come from difficult surroundings but he never was given the chance.
In fact I heard that he had pretty much given up on the dog-fighting business after one of his favorite dogs was injured, but that's all hear-say and we don't really know anything for sure about what took place. What we do know for sure is that he was injured tragically in the ring, and no practitioner of the sport deserves such a fate even when the risk exists.