If you have come to Mr Pitbull looking for Razor Edge and or Gotti Pitbulls, you have come to the right place. Bandit is one of the finest yet produced. In this photo album I detail some of the differences between between Razors Edge Pitbulls and Gotti Pit Bulls. Bandit is pure Razors Edge. Those familiar with both Razors Edge and Gotti can easily tell that Bandit is Razors Edge.
To get an idea of the quality of Razor's Edge bloodline, I encourage you to take a look at Bandit's sister Smo'Ket. Of course if you would like to see pictures of Smo'Ket and the rest of our Ladies click here:MR PITBULL PICTURE GALLERY - "THE LADIES"!
RAZORS EDGE AND GOTTI ARE BOTH POPULAR TODAY
Both Razors Edge and Gottiline have achieved remarkable interest among pitbull fanciers over the past decade or two. In fact, both bloodlines are far and away the most sought after when people are looking for Pitbulls. And though there were a number of pitbull bloodlines that existed at the dawn of the Pitbull Bully Movement which began just prior to the turn of the century, Razors Edge and Gottiline have excelled above all others.
Why have Razors Edge and Gotti been so successful? In two words; FORESIGHT and MARKETING. Dave Wilson of Razor's Edge and Richard Barajas of Gotti saw the the need of a changing landscape for the Traditional Pitbull. They both loved the breed, but yet knew that the breed could not continue to be dominated by those who bred the dogs for fighting. Knowing that a good segment of the population (young men) want a dog that looks bad to the bone, but yet with a mild temperament; they saw an opportunity to reshape the breed.
Of course If you want to see what the best American Bullies look like you will want to check out pictures of our Studs... click here:MR PITBULL PICTURE GALLERY - "THE STUDS"!
RAZORS EDGE AND GOTTI TAKE DIFFERENT PATHS TO STARDOM
Their paths to fame however were much different. Dave Wilson of Razor's Edge shaped his line through selective breeding. Over the course of a half dozen generations or so, he had a product that he was confident the public would desire. Richard Barajas of Gotti actually bought his foundation dog, Juan Gotti (for which Gottiline was named) from Grey Line Kennels for $1300. As Juan Gotti began to mature, Richard knew he had something special. Of course you can have the greatest dog in the world (people contact me all the time making that claim) but if the dog isn't marketed, it continues to reside in anonymity. Today, those who enjoy both Razors Edge and Gotti line pitbulls are delighted that both Dave and Richard were good at marketing their brands.