MYTHS ROOSTER FIGHT AND ROOSTER SIGNS LOSE OR WIN
If our chicken tarung pattern does not change (If above will ttp above will not hide down)
The punch is saggy and able to hit the opponent’s KO / jiling constantly (this sich dah for sure) .. heheheheheh.
When will enter the second water and our chicken msh lustful even when in the catching our hands were coughed and hit
Finish in the water and enter the geber chicken we crowed first
When the enemy shouts KEOOOKKKK (dah surely win) wkwkwkwkwkwk.
- Characteristics will be defeated:
The day before the fight just crowed a little
Do not want to sleep on the tangkringan
Chicken head while sleeping hidden. stored in the wings.
In the morning the chickens rarely crow and only tenag in the cage (no sound)
When will be inserted into Kisa chicken head is subject to down
While in the arena out of the caotic cock crowing and his head to see the right and left
When in the cage (in the arena waiting time of the fight) the chicken sat on the ground and there is even a sand shower.
When in the bath head of the chicken looks to see the right and left the neck becomes long
When in the bath chicken trying to rebel even want to hide under our feet
Do not crow when inserted into geber
Shouts like seeing eagles when inserted into geber
THIS MOST IMPORTANT
When hit the chicken neck hair stand about 3-4 strands
The tail looks blooming
The blowing pattern of play (which had been control over or ngalung, changed jd into the wing and unloading down)
Sometimes the head likes to turn alone as if confused to find an opponent
Mouth mengenge / open as hard to breathe
occasionally like running away again facing the opponent
If struck up out geber lgsg chickens crowing outside the geber
If the head looks heavy to lift
Well kl udh there are characteristics will be defeated above, then jg hesitate to reverse the bet … in order not to lose a lot of minimal
Back capital aj..and chicken lgsg we lorot or lift before keoooooookkkkkkk ..
The above description should not be a reference / benchmark, because only a myth that is not necessarily true, the most important is to train your chickens into a chicken that is rarely lost and have a strong mental, resilient and of course chicken jawara.