The popular BBC 2 quiz show, University Cage Fight has been reported following an anonymous tip off. The show features lots of public school educated types locked in combat with each other. Cage fighting in schools became popular in America and Eton, Harrow, Winchester and Uppingham soon followed. Now most public schools have such an arena.
University Cage Fight was an attempt by the BBC to ingratiate themselves with these schools and the top universities in a bid to recruit for their future.
However in the recent fight between St Cake's College, Oxford and Eric Essex College, Cambridge the Oxford College fielded Frank Bruno, the well known pantomine dame, fruit loop and boxer. Eric Essex complained. Their team captain, Ivor Bigyacht, said "There is absolutely no way Bruno could have been registered as a student. He could never have filled in the application form."
Representatives for Frank Bruno hit back saying that the boxer had a highly developed grasp of English literature.
Oh no he hasn't.
Cage fighting in state schools will be introduced if David Cameron wins the next election. With a recession the Tories would love to reduce the unemployment figures.