1.Akita

Unexpectedly, the Akita appears on the list of fighting breeds, mostly because of their strong hunting drive and aggressive disposition.This breed's ancestors came from Japan. They were once raised to protect the aristocracy in their home land.

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2.Bull Terrier

Similar to American Pit Bull Terriers, this breed has a long history of being associated with dog fighting.Bull Terriers were actually more frequently developed for dog fighting in Roman times than Pit Bulls.

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3.American Pit Bull Terrier

The most well-known fighting breed, the American Pit Bull Terrier, is among the first on the list, as you may have predicted. There's a reason why the Pittie made the list of fighting dog breeds, as we all knew it would.

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4.Cane Corso

Another popular, robust breed that appears violent and is frequently on people's lists of dogs to be cautious of is the cane corso.This dates back to their past because the Romans employed an Italian Mastiff as a soldier dog.

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5.Staffordshire Bull Terrier

The "original" Staffordshire Bull Terrier from England, another breed on the list, is also a favorite in dogfighting.When provoked, the Staffy, as they are commonly known, will fight, and they don't get along well with other animals either.

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6.American Bulldog

This breed excels in the pit because it does not get along with other animals. This is particularly true if both dogs are the same breed and sexes.

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7.American Staffordshire Terrier

The American Staffordshire Terrier is a well-known fighting dog breed utilized in today's illicit sports; it is agile, athletic, quick, and persistent.

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8.Doberman

Due to its stamina and endurance, the Doberman, who was originally developed as a hunting and fighting dog, may be a serious contender in the dogfighting ring.

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9.German Shepherd

Due to their employment in some fighting rings, mostly because they are so simple to teach to attack, German Shepherd dogs are included on the list of fighting dog breeds.

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10.Rottweiler

Few people are aware that, compared to Pit Bulls or other breeds, Rottweilers tend to be more vicious, powerful, and deadly (when improperly taught).

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