From some of what I read, pitt bulls enjoy fighting and the most unnatural thing you can do with them is try to make house pets of them; that would say that dog fighting simply needs standards and reasonable rules. The one other reasonable thing I know of which people do with pitt bulls is hunt hogs with them, which is basically a redneck olympics event of sorts.
You really meant to write unreasonable, right?
Oh yeah, sure, just as they enjoy receiving electric shocks from sub-human vermin to force them into fighting if they are reluctant, but also to make them experience pain so they will lash out in confusion at whatever may be around them that could be causing it.
Or how these worthless depraved human scum steal pet dogs to use as PIT BULL BAIT.
They take a friendly animal, duct tape it's snout shut rendering it completely defenseless and then after antagonizing the pit bulls by electroshock, toss the helpless pet dog into the ring for all the pit bulls to attack to work them up into a blood rage.
Another sports site recently had a story on a heavyweight boxer who purchased one dog per day, duct-taped it's snout and tossed it to his dogs to be helplessly ripped to shreds - for "training".
The heavyweight boxer fortunately is now a paralyzed vegetable but he should suffer much, much worse for this cruelty. I have a good suspcion of what will be his own fate, each day in hell.
I ordinarily refrain from such commentary, but in this instance I suggest that you and your friends look into a promising career as pit bull bait.
Those dogs don't get asked if they want to fight and DIE...and why are you making excuses for Vick?
He looks like a really good man.
Please continue to support him.
SOME pit bulls are bred for viciousness and abused from birth to make them even more so. If they lack in viciousness, they are hung, shot, electrocuted or beaten to death. Those that survive are further abused, starved and then thrown into a deep pit with another bull dog where their only way to survive is to maim or kill their own kind. If they survive and lose, they are beaten more or killed; if they survive and win, they get to do this again and again.
“Enjoy” is not an adjective that I think applies to any aspect of these animal’s lives.