Nothing you come up with changes the fact that that IS what the bully breeds were called in past years. They are loyal to a fault (hence the reasons thugs can get them to fight each other so well — to please their sadistic masters). And, oh, yes, I did answer your question. You just apparently either didn’t read it or didn’t like it.
No, you just sputtered. Tell me there aren't better breeds/types of dogs for companionship, hunting, service, rescue, tracking, etc. Where besides fighting do the "bullies" excel? I don't see labs, setters, spaniels, poodles, beagles, wolfhounds, deerhounds, Great Danes, etc., involved in dog fighting.
Many dogs and breeds are loyal to a fault. What bulldogs were in the past has little to do with what they've become today.