Matador Is Gored, Tossed Into Air, Gored Again, Kicked In Ass And Told Never To Return To Spain
If they call them "bullfights", then why do they always stop the fight when the bull starts winning?
It happened on Sunday in Madrid, Spain, where matador Lorenzo Sanchez finally got a small taste of what a bull usually feels during one of that country's barbaric animal torture rituals. Sanchez was gored in the leg, thrown into the air, trampled, and gored again in the torso by a bull we'll call "Hero". Video below.
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) July 27, 2015
This is the football equivalent of celebrating on the 5-yard-line and then getting laid out before you reach the end zone. Only with more neck puncture wounds.
— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) July 27, 2015
The preening coward in tights survived, according to the Daily Mail, although his body now whistles when hit by a slight wind.
So I ask again, if this is supposed to be some manly test of human will and intelligence vs. animal strength, then why stop the action when the bull is winning? Let the bull finish the job. The bull, after all, doesn't want to be there, and would exit immediately if given the chance. The bullfighter is there by choice.
So from now on lock them both into the Thunderdome cage and it's "Two mammals enter, one mammal leaves."
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