Whenever I am involved in a discussion regarding crime and punishment, I am often dubbed a “sociopathic”, a “loony”, or a “stay the fuck away from me and my family” kind of guy as a result of my extreme view on how people should be disciplined. Society is overpopulated and ever-increasing, so it is my belief that we should take everyone from the convicted pedophiles and murders of the world down to the sue happy whackjobs, load them into a jumbo jet, and crash it into a mountain. Those whom I have these conversations with often retort that I should have more faith in humanity, that people are inherently good and are capable of change.
And then a story like this surfaces and drags them deeper into the murky cesspool of human existence in which my faith currently lies.
Today’s story comes to us out of St. Louis, where a local woman recently released an abhorring video on Facebook (a.k.a society’s douche) in which she not only prods her infant daughter into fighting another local girl, but gives her a few pointers while she carries out the despicable act. Unfortunately, no charges have been filed at this point, so the woman’s name has yet to be released, likely out of fear that her neighbors would tie her to a fence post and take turns kicking her in the vagina with steel-toed boots in order to ensure that she never reproduces again, as they so rightfully should.
After Harry Carry gives us a brief, Goldbergian bit of background info on the two participants headlining TFC’s (Toddler Fighting Championships) inaugural event, we are all set for action. In the blue corner, sporting the white shirt and polka dot trunks, is Angie “The Bruiser” Baker, an undefeated prospect fighting out of Team Clairday who has collected all of her 7 victories by first round stoppage via opponent bursting into tears or wanting their bottle. And in the red corner, sporting the pink trunks, is our unnamed champion. As you can see, the octagon they are fighting in looks more like a run down apartment room, and the presence of a referee is noticeably absent, but HERE WE GO!
Round 1: At the insistence of her
corner mother, our champion stuffs a takedown and responds with some overhand palm strikes ala Bas Rutten. Baker responds with a few overhand rights of her own before being bull rushed into the cage wall by the champ. A little bit of clinch work (along with a pause to cry) stalls the action for a bit, and the fans are getting restless. The mother cries out for her daughter to “Ball up some fists!” like some kind of sadomasochistic dog fighter, but gets the proper response from the champ, who drops Baker and unleashes some brutal, not to mention totally illegal, ground-n-pound. AND IT IS ALL OVER!!
Da Champ def. Angie Brown by first round TTKO (technical toddler knockout) at 1:15 of round 1.
Potato Nation, you now have the slightest idea of what Chael Sonnen’s upbringing was like. And as was the case for the Oregonian Gangster, this girl’s mother will be by her side, cheering her on until
she can fight no more Social Services take her away next week.
In all seriousness, the television studio who first received the video immediately informed Social Services, who have yet to comment on the possibility of bringing action against this candidate for Mother of the Year. But if we could make a suggestion, it would be to string this woman up by her toes and have all of the local children treat her like a human pinata until she ceases to breathe. Seriously, if Houston Alexander can be arrested for challenging his son to a boxing match, how has this woman not been thrown into the worst prison that St. Louis has to offer for the rest of her natural life?!
It sickens us to know that someone would do this to their own child, especially considering the child’s almost non-existent age in this case. We would urge you to pursue legal action (or preferably Charles Bronson style vigilantism) against this vile creature of a woman, but it appears that Super Fight League has already filed a lawsuit against her for poaching clients and stealing potential viewers from their Youtube audience.