May 25June 1, 2000
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Dogman: One who owns, trains or breeds dogs for fighting.
Gameness: A dogs will to fight until victory or death.
Legger: A dog trained to attack opponents legs during match.
Nuts: A dog trained to attack opponents testicles during match.
Digger: A dog trained to dig into opponents chest during match.
Cur: A dog showing fear or lacking gameness.
Light mouth: A dog with less power but more endurance (think Evander Holyfield).
Heavy mouth: A dog with explosive power but less endurance (think Mike Tyson).
Roll/Match: A dog fight, often well organized.
Snatch/Schooling/Test: An informal fight of short duration, usually for training.
Turn: Turning away from opponent during match, indicating an unwillingness to continue.
Scratch: Dividing line in the pit. Dogs must cross scratch line or forfeit match.