The first rule of fight club is … oh, forget about the rules of fight club. We’re going to talk about fight club because, quite frankly, its real-life incarnation is absolutely appalling.
(Yes, this is an actual scene from a Felony Fights video.)
Welcome to the world of felony fights, found conveniently at FELONYFIGHTS.COM, at least until any federal authorities discover that people are videotaping human cockfighting and selling the results for what has to be a massive profit. You may have tripped across one of their bare-knuckled YouTube clips on a random site (and if you haven’t, we’ve got two after the jump), but you probably didn’t know that, with the help of a legion of dumb fighters, Felony Fights has built a miniature Girls Gone Wild-style empire.
ORANGE BOWL LOSING FIXTURES BEFORE MIAMI FINALE: Miami will host its last-ever game at the Orange Bowl on November 10. By then, there might not be any seats left:
WPLG-TV warns fans from getting too greedy about grabbing some souvenirs from the old stadium, or else they’ll grab themselves some jail time.But being Hurricanes fans, they should already be very knowledgeable about the Dade County criminal system.
Miami Police say they’ll have extra officers on hand for the home finale against Virginia. The cops will also be working with a security company that’s dealt with historic closings before, such as for Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Stadium.
(A lucky ‘Canes fan taking home a souvenir)
Some spectators have already gotten a head start. Lt. Bill Schwartz
said they’ve previously stopped people trying to exit with signs and seats: “We haven’t arrested them. We’ve given them warnings. But at this point forward, we’re going to have to get more strict on this
.”And the ‘Canes farewell won’t even be the last time football is played in the Orange Bowl. Florida International will play 3 more games at the O.B. afterwards, while their own campus stadium is being rebuilt. So, the real
last time will be FIU against North Texas on December 1.
Then, who gets claim over the remaining Orange Bowl mementos - Miami or FIU?
Let ‘em fight for it.
SPURRIER WOULD’VE “GOT A FIGHT STARTED” VS. GEORGIA: The CHICAGO TRIBUNE underlines why Steve Spurrier makes us very happy. On a DOA sports news Thursday, the spherical-object coach tells the C-T that if Georgia players pulled a similar celebration (as they did while beating Florida on Saturday) on South Carolina, his Gamecocks would “start a fight“.
After the Dogs’ embarrassing full-team line dance following their first TD against the Gators, Spurrier said he would had “one of his third-team guys and get in a wrestling match with the guys, get a fight started.”
More SS: “Leave the bench in a fight, and you’re out the next game. That’s what we’d do if the other team ever does that.” Spurrier then claimed that if Urban Meyer had followed his advice, the Bulldogs “would have been in deep trouble for the game next week.“The way our (we’re, sadly, an alum) Bulldogs have been playing this season, they probably already are anyway.