Taped Spurs as the cockfighting weapons. Many countries practiced cockfighting with taped spurs. Popular in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, and Belgium.
Taped Spurs are done differently in world wide.
In a certain country or vicinity, the cloth need to be wrapped around 7 times covering the natural pointed spurs.
In some countries, the spurs has to be cut then taped.
Nowadays, some countries are using sparring gloves or sparring muffs instead of cloth wrappings.
Naked Heels as cockfighting weapon is popular in many countries from all over the world. From Latin America, Europe, Near Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent, East Asia, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, South America and North America.
Long pointed natural spurs, cut natural spurs, or natural spurless.
Pama strain of gamecock may have been originated by the Burmese Kings and Princes. Burma is a neighbor of Thailand.
When King Naresuan was just a Prince of Thailand, Prince Naresuan was captured by the Burmese Prince. He may have gain freedom or avert war when Prince Naresuan and the Burmese Prince agreed to have a cockfight instead of war.
Prince Naresuan fighting with his Leung Hang Khao strain of gamecocks.
The Burmese Prince fighting with his Pama strain of gamecocks.
Pama is another word for Burmese. Burma is now named Myanmar.
Thai strains of gamecocks of today are mixed with Pama or Burmese strain of gamecocks to improve its fighting style.