Pit bulls are not a single breed; they include American pit bull terrier, Staffordshire bull terrier, and American Staffordshire terrier.
Pit bulls: solid, muscular dogs with 330 psi bite force. Playful and trainable, but can be aggressive if neglected or trained poorly.
Wild boars: Strong, bulky suids with large heads, short bodies, thin legs, and powerful jaws. Males: 170-220 lbs, 2-4 feet tall. Females: 130-180 lbs.
Intelligent, strong, and rarely aggressive, wild boars feature razor-sharp tusks and a bite force estimated around 200-300 psi.
Pit bulls bred for boar hunting, faced tough fights alone. Boars stronger, aggressive, and armed with tusks, giving them the edge.