I feel that it's not just a possibility, but a simple matter of fact. If stuff on the same level such as child trafficking islands were a thing and they were so flamboyant with that, why would something like this not be done and enjoyed as well? Sex islands and whatnot such as Epstein's weren't really kept under the rug, the guy literally had his plane named the loli Express, but other things that they don't wanna bother with the reaction from definitely are. It's exactly what they'd go for if a risk the same kind as Socialist voteing is what they're seeking. But the thing is, there really isn't an actual risk for any of them, maybe just the thrill of it without actually being there. Or just enjoying the lack of risk itself, since I feel like that's why they tend to be huge degenerates in the first place, rich people. Or at least have that degeneracy come out. With the Epstein happening, it was the most sloppy, obvious and batshit thing there could be, but they still got away with it and made everybody forgot about it a week or so after. That makes them very smug about it, and more sure than ever that anything could be salvaged. People really didn't care that the individuals running their countries and controlling them were living out their puppet fetish fantasies on children, not after the novelty went by. I think they figure at this point that no matter what they do and no matter how much dirt gets out there, they'll still walk away from it scot-free. Things are simply like this until society collapses on a major level. So, there's basically no risk for any extremely rich elite who wants to get involved with a sex island, and therefore nor with private gladiator matches.
Anyway, I guess that's a whole another topic, I just think that it's actually very similar to the kid-fucking, is what I'm saying. It seems like every single person who gets a lot of money and influence has the worst brought out in them, no? Once they get high up enough the ladder, they just figure that why wouldn't they do these things, since the consequences are zero and there's no risk? Their worst and most primate desires get brought up, no matter how low it is, because very rich people are literal rotbrains. The only thing they can think of is having more power and influence, no matter how much they already do. Any sense of actually living and being a human being is out the window, because if it were not, all of them would settle down after making a couple million, which is more than enough for a lifetime as long as you're not braindead. The only thing these people live for is to have more and more status, so, they very much are retarded. Their brains deteriorate to the point where they can't have fun with or get stimulated by anything, and that's why we have them going around fucking kids and setting up gladiator matches, the latter which I'm saying with confidence, because it simply has to be true. Why would a billionaire not grab prisoners or people from third world, and LARP as the ancient kings watching gladiator matches alongside his peers? It's not like enjoying the spectating of violence while in the safety of their own is not something seen in the majority of people, it's just that the channels for it got pussified, for whatever reason. You don't watch people fight to the death anymore, you watch WWE, or UFC. And look at NASCAR, the only reason anybody watches it is because they wanna see a big car wreck, what else is there to like about it? These are trillion dollar industries, and I don't think it's arguable that a majority of the consisting audience just want to see things get fucked up. Or you just look up gore videos, but I don't think that the average person does so. Anyhow, if you did set up a big gladiator stadium in a major city and had it be legal, it'd probably be one of the most profitable ventures ever. Actually, maybe not, but I'll get to that thought later. It's just that it's not allowed, and thus people settle for alternatives. I'm not saying that everybody wants to see others get murdered rather than simply beat up, lol, but it makes sense once you come back to very rich people. They don't have the same limitation that the average person does for that kind of entertainment. It'd be insanely easy for them to set up some matches and invite a few friends over to party and watch it go down together. Basically, they're so devoid of soul that they can't really enjoy anything except abusing their lack of risk in doing anything, and especially degenerate things not open to the average person, like fucking kids whenever they feel like it. I can't think of a more very rich person thing than the picture of this. Since they can't get stimulated by other things, they need to go back to the most primate and easily obtained forms of entertainment. You can probably think of a lot of things you'd do with the opportunity if you were larger-than-life rich, but those zombies literally can't.
There's a bunch more to say about all of that, but, I'm lazy. Fucking kids is basically rich people culture from what I figure, and it's likely the same here. Watching and being somehow involved in ancient-style gladiator battles but today would absolutely be rich people culture. Like I said, it's already a trillion dollar industry on it's own, that shows just how much the mass of people love it, why wouldn't elite individuals take it to the next level where they could have the same experience but a million times better? At least relative to their own depravity. Me saying gladiator islands is a figure of speech, of course, this could just be going down in a basement somewhere in Tokyo. But that'd be pretty cool. They could have these arenas built to make prisoners fight with guns and stuff, even.
Anyway, the thing I said before with it being one of the most profitable ventures, what if that's not really the case? I mean, what if UFC is actually way more profitable than gladiator fights, even if people would absolutely love the latter? Maybe that's why they're not already a thing, because, you know, maybe it's fetching it far, but they'd even find a way to normalize gladiators in modern times if it meant more money in their hands by the end of it, lol. UFC or it's contemporaries aren't exactly like ancient gladiator matches where if you rooted for somebody, they'd probably be dead within the next two matches or something. With wrestling, the masses get to keep following whoever appeals to them, and they keep coming back for that reason. That simple factor might be what makes it way more profitable long-term. Because, that's what it's about, long-term. Things like WWE have fans that have been keeping up and giving them money for decades straight, because they know how to keep those fans. Maybe with senseless violence and no other flavor, people would simply not be interested in gladiator matches after the novelty wears off. It'd have a dedicated audience to it still, but nowhere on the scale of wrestling such as today and therefore it just wouldn't be worth the trouble. There's not really any room to sell merchandise because the contestants aren't going to be around long, no opportunity to market much, keep people coming in with drama and whatnot, or exploit the clout of who you're having go out there, nothing. A lot of the money from industries like this just comes from selling things outside of the show itself. It'd also likely be difficult to find people who feel like going out there and risking death, but that's another thing. It still comes to play, because again, people wouldn't be able to get invested in any of these fighters if they're all just literal whos every single time around. This is assuming you got past all the legal stuff, but, I guess the thought of that already makes it fantasy. I guess it really just wouldn't be worth to set anything like this up, for anything other than your own entertainment. Character limit.