Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Matador Bull Fighting

Matador Bull Fighting Details
A modern bullfight consists of three stylized parts ( tercios ). When the bull enters the ring, toreros wave capes to prod it to charge; then the picadors administer pic (lance) thrusts, which tire the animal and cause him to lower his head; in the second part, the banderilleros come out and, while on the run, plant banderillas (short barbed sticks) on the withers of the bull; these often spur him into making livelier charges. In the final segment the matador—almost always a man, although some women have entered the sport in recent decades, amid controversy—holds the muleta, a small cloth cape, in one hand, and a sword in the other.
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting
Matador Bull Fighting

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