|look guys, sorry to burst anyones bubble, but it all depends on condition and size. Gamebred pit bulls, like the very original pitbulls, should be only about 35-40 lbs. The pits you see today that are in the 70's and 80's and even up to 115, were all cross bred somewhere down the line. As for fighting, i think it should be strictly be kept to controlled circumstances. young punk ass dudes think they know what they're doing and juts buy a pit and automatically think its born to fight, WRONG. pits need work, conditions, and most of all, and this goes for any dog thats going to be fought, they need to be placed in the pit to fight. a dog cant be good, unless it practices on the actual skill. now as far as what i said with conditon and size...put a 40 lb. pit in with a 200 lb mastiff. whos gonna win? the pit dude. why? simple, agaility, quickness, etc. trust me i know. i live in houston texas, just 30-35 miles south out in the country, pit fighting takes place all the damn time, and everything is controlled. people think they have big mean dogs...one guy brought a rott up there, the damn thing was overweight, something liek 180, he was up against a 37 pound pit...damn thing was solid...1:15 later, the rott's owner pulls his dog out, cause the pit gof in right in the neck...another case...85 lb pit, bred for looks and show, was put in with again a 35 lb GAME bred pit, who won? ding ding, the game bred pit.
pit bulls are probbaly the best for fighting...but alot goes into makeing them #1. if you get a game bred pit, which should range from 25-45 pounds, and you condition that dog, and put it in the ring with dogs on a weekly basis for practice, its gonna be a winnner. You can say what you want about mastiffs, and dogos, and bla bla bla, sure they can be aggressive, sure they're big, but ok? so what? they aint fast, they aint as quick, or as athletic as pits are.
as far as bull terriers, and am staffs, well they can be conditioned well enough and some might even be winners, but odds are againt them. I have a blue/black nose mix...shes a beautiful beast, right at 45 pounds, which i think is perfect, some dude down the street has an english mastiff, the damn thing at only 11 months is already like 215 pounds...u should see these 2 dogs wrestle, i think it would make clear to some of you guys the advantage small dogs have over big dogs. and trust me, my dog gets knocked down, and jumped on, but she gets right back up, and tackles that basterd and shows him whos boss.
all-in-all, most fo you have no idea about fighting dogs, cause basically none have you ever witnessed or experience a REAL CONTROLLED pit fighting organization. and i doubt u ever will unless you come down to texas. to answer the dudes question, pits are the best at fighting, but thats if thet're game bred...besides that, just like that one dude said, its all up in the air, but depending on the dogs being pitted...the smaller more nimble dog has the advantage. to all of you that think u are cool, and think fighting ur dog is cool, it isnt, and ur not. unless u know what ur doing, and unless everything is in a controlled environment, than its just not right. 2 dogs fighting, is just like 2 men in a boxing ring, but if its not done properly, and professionally, you will end up with dogs being hurt, and urself probbaly arrested.
REMEMBER: REAL PIT FIGHTS dont go to the death. like i said, if u have ever been to a real controlled one, u would knwo what im talkin about. real pit fights are just like boxing matches...the dogs fight in a controlled environment, if a dog is notced to be losing, or in pain, or at a risk of being hurt, the fight will be stopped, and the winner will be to the obvious pit. most fights go until either of the owners pulls their dog, and this happens accordingly pertaining to their dogs condition and risk.