There are three rules of this fight club.
One; the fight continues until blood is shed. Two; someone is knocked out, or three; a fighter surrenders by raising his hand.
Traditionally, the fights were used to select the bravest men in the tribe and to teach them how to be a warrior, but now they fight for pride.
|Lundevhe river is the boundary between rival groups and those who live north of it always fight the southerners|
Matches start early in the day and have three age groups - young boys are called 'mambibi' and teenage fighters are 'rovhasize'.
But it's the masters that are the main draw and dominate the circle, which has been the match ground for their fathers and their fathers before them.