How To Watch Midget Cage Fighting
While learning how to watch midget cage fighting might be of little interest to most people, for those who wish to follow all the niche worlds of MMA, it may be more than a small desire. However, it would take a tiny miracle to actually find the sport of midget cage fighting anywhere, as it isn't an actual controlled sport that falls under the regulations of MMA as a whole. This means that there are no large leagues that organize the sport so it isn't going to be available regularly on television. The lack of regulation does mean that you can find it in a variety of other venues.
Things you'll need:
- Internet access
- Local bars and clubs that host midget cage fighting
- Check the internet. Videos of midget cage fighting--often known as dwarf cage fighting--are routinely uploaded onto websites like YouTube and Dailymotion. In our current cultural climate, most people have video recorders built into their pocket sized phones and they are not shy about what they record and upload, so it is quite easy for a person to find midget cage fighting on the internet. You can pretty much find anything you want on the internet, so be careful.
- Bars and clubs. As odd as it sounds, many bars and clubs will feature midget cage fighting as an event. This is actually really popular in the southeast and southwest parts of America. Cage fighting in general brings in good business, but most states have strict regulations in effect for weight classes and rules of full sized fighters. Dwarf cage fighting does not fall under those regulations and can be held almost anywhere that can obtain a promoters license. Keep your ear to local bars special nights, especially if you live in the south, and soon you may be able to feast your eyes upon the delicacy that is midget cage fighting.