Well I think it simply din´t happen ( the kill shot ) because the AG influence which is bodyhitter instead of pure head hunters like the spanish jerezanos. A bird like this is what we call winners here in my land, and 8 or 9 times out of 10 they come out victorius against pure headhunters since the body destructive shots. I´m currently working with birds I got form friend Finch (UFF) and hopefully will get simmilar results like this one, I´m looking forward it since they have such a great advantage in our local pits, plus if you infuse a bit of asil blood in, gives even more advantage due to the defense if things work out fine. By the way this are the birds called "Pavas" in Puerto Rico and therefore the rest of Latin America since they lead the way. The big drawback sometimes with this crosses ( when incorrect bloods are chosen for the cross ), has been the lack of gamenes. some AC lines seems to have a really hard time when hit in the face, they simply can´t take it and run off or stand there sulling in. Another big problem is the lack of stamina and bottom, they start like a thunderstorm and after a couple minutes just sit down on the ground ( not out of bad conditioning ), so it is very very difficult to get the right "bloods" to match up in order to produce a competitive bird of this kind, but once achived, boy you can make a lot of bucks and a lot of enemies too...lol. Good cross Gito, congrats my friend.