bullgod, when I first started raising fighting cocks 50 years ago the birds I had showed the qualities and traits I described above. Like Doc said in his post and I mentioned in mine there are probably none left in the wild they are probably extinct. If I am correct the original fighting cock belongs to none of the present-day junglefowl. You are correct, many of today's fighting cocks do show fear and flee when confronted by a Predator. I mentioned it before this is due to crossing many different junglefowl which have the flee defense traits in them. Most of my fighting cocks still do not fear predators and will defend their chicks and hens, the hens definitely will protect their chicks and not flee. Doc you are right I am sure there's not any wild fighting cocks left in the wild but I do hope someday we will get to the bottom of this question.