By Carl Merritt
Carl Merritt comes from a global the place no principles follow, the place violence has regularly simmered with reference to the skin. nonetheless in his teenagers, he turned trapped in an international of unlawful combating. the boys who owned Carl equipped him into an amazing opponent, and plunged him right into a international of appalling violence, crime, and retribution. Armed with firsts, elbows, ft, tooth, and brow, Carl could goal his rivals contained in the cage, from which there has been no get away. merely the most powerful survived.
Some of Carl's competitors have been even slaughtered through their very own supporters, as a lot funds have been gambled and misplaced on them. London, Paris, Dublin, Melbourne, l. a., Las Vegas—Carl misplaced song of the variety of instances he was once smuggled right into a abandoned underground vehicle park or an empty warehouse, in a wierd land. Carl's latest struggle approximately proved deadly to either combatants, and as soon as and for all he has left the bloody steel enviornment in the back of. Now he desires to holiday the cage's strict code of silence to...
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Fighting to the Death: My Life in the World's Deadliest Fight Game by Carl Merritt