Thank you! I definitely see the resemblance. Thanks for all the other answers as well everybody!I should probably specify when I say game bird I do not mean a separate species like a chukar, partridge, quail, or pheasant (these would be the birds released for hunting.) I mean a chicken whose lineage goes back to some of the old cock fighting breeds - like Old English Game Birds, American Game Fowl, Malays, even Modern Games.)
This is NOT to say he was a fighting bird. Most game fowl in the US these days are bred for their beauty and good nature towards humans. Case in point the Modern Games have been bred so ridiculously I am pretty sure they'd just immediately loose a fight if they ever found themselves in one!
Anywho this is a game fowl whose been dubbed (had his comb removed.) You can see he has the same severe expression and downward pointing eagle-like beak. Below him I posted a Modern Game Fowl just so you can wonder why anyone would purposely breed such a leggy freak. (And if you want an answer to that it's because someone found an alternative use for their birds after cock fighting became illegal in England.... they became increasingly leggy show birds!)