The Washington Times - March 20, 2009, 07:08AM

The staff at a Dallas high school made students settle their differences in bare-knuckle fistfights in a locker room cage as other students watched and cheered, the Dallas Morning News is reporting.

According to a report obtained by the News, the principal of South Oak Cliff High School even set up some of the fights.  None of the school personnel involved in the brawls has faced criminal charges, and some still work at other local schools.

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It sounds like a misguided attempt to meet their physical education requirement.  Dodgeball might have been the way to go.

The first rule of Fight Club is don’t talk about Fight Club.  The second rule of Fight Club is don’t do it at school.

Well, at least they didn’t make boxing promoter Don King the school’s principal, because he would have made Mike Tyson the athletic director.  He owes Mike a shot at something.