Bullfighting As Blood Sport – History, Styles, Culture, Structure, Funding, Politics, Religion, Hazards, Animal Welfare, Animal Justice, Animal Cruelty, World Laws, Mass Media – Non Lethal Bloodless Bullfighting In Various Countries Detailed – Running Of The Bulls – Links Between Cruelty Against Animals, Human Abuse, Murder, Sexual Assaults | A Green Road Journal

Bullfighting is a physical contest that involves a bullfighter and animals attempting to subdue, immobilize, or kill a bull, usually according to a set of rules, guidelines, or cultural expectations. There are several variations, including some forms which involve dancing around or leaping over a cow or bull or attempting to grasp an object tied to the animal’s horns. The most well-known form of bullfighting is Spanish-style bullfighting, practiced in Spain, Portugal, Southern France, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Peru. The Spanish Fighting Bull is bred for its aggression and physique, and is raised free-range with little human contact. There are many historic bullrings; the oldest are the 1700s Spanish plazas of Sevilla and Ronda. The largest bullring is the Plaza México in Mexico which seats 48,000 people.[1]

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Bullfighting As Blood Sport – History, Styles, Culture, Structure, Funding, Politics, Religion, Hazards, Animal Welfare, Animal Justice, Animal Cruelty, World Laws, Mass Media – Non Lethal Bloodless Bullfighting In Various Countries Detailed – Running Of The Bulls – Links Between Cruelty Against Animals, Human Abuse, Murder, Sexual Assaults | A Green Road Journal