Daybreak Montreal | Sep 25, 2013 | 8:19

Father enrolls nine year old son in martial arts to stop bullying

A CBC investigation has revealed children as young as 12 are getting into Mixed Martial Arts fighting and that there are few regulations governing the sport here. A father and his nine year old son tell Daybreak why they became involved in martial arts.

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