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Milton Díaz Canter,
If you enjoy seeing animals strike back and seek revenge against the humans that have tormented and abused them since the dawn of time, then this show is for you.
I think it's just absolutely just great.......I especially enjoyed season 1 episode 28 for instance where the bull beats hell out of the rider and then proceeds to tear up the portable arena a bit, hopefully injuring as many people as possible.......in the show they even explain that the spurs the riders use often miss the straps they are supposed to be hooked into and stab directly into the bull.
Also, of course, the episodes where in the riders are mauled and hopefully crippled or killed at rodeos are always my favorites as well......clearly, if you feel that rodeos are cruel as I do then you will enjoy these shows immensely......bear in mind that they may not always show you the reason the animal attacked as in rodeos where there are well hidden and secretive techniques used by the organizers that may not be evident to the videographers at the time of filming.
As with most shows of violence, people will want to watch, including those that actually enjoy animal cruelty and abuse without realizing they may be contributing to the banning of these types of human activities........so it's a win-win situation........the animals that actually die as a result of some of these attacks may be helping to save generations of their kind for the future.
Occasionally they will show a relatively non-violent animal rescue but the point of the show is to demonstrate that even though humans have lived with animals since the dawn of time, we still, stupidly don't know what to do with the creatures we are not going to eat.
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