Rules to play Bull Fighting
Bullfighting is criticized by animal rights activists, referring to it as a cruel or barbaric blood sport, in which the bull suffers severe stress and a slow, torturous death.A number of animal rights or animal welfare activist groups undertake antibullfighting actions in Spain and other countries. According to a poll conducted in Atlanta, U.S., in 2003, 46% of the Americans polled hated or strongly disliked bull fighting.In Spanish, opposition to bullfighting is referred to as antitaurina.Bullfighting guide The Bulletpoint Bullfight warns that bullfighting is not for the squeamish, advising spectators to Be prepared for blood The guide details prolonged and profuse bleeding caused by horsemounted lancers; the charging by the bull of a blindfolded, armored horse who is sometimes doped up, and unaware of the proximity of the bull; the placing of barbed darts by banderilleros; followed by the matadors fatal sword thrust. The guide stresses that these procedures are a normal part of bullfighting and that death is rarely instantaneous. The guide further warns those attending bullfights to Be prepared to witness various failed attempts at killing the animal before it lies down.