yes,but they not fight until die
The answer depends on what you mean by "Colosseum". If you mean the famous Colosseum which is also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, then, the answer is no, because the Colosseum was not built during his lifetime. But also, even if the Colosseum was built back then, he would never fight in the Colosseum because it was the job of the commoners, the slaves and the criminals.
The Colosseum was inaugurated in 80 AD by emperor Titus. Its construction was started in 70 AD by his father, emperor Vespasian.
In 80AD when it opened.
The colosseum was meant to have a fight with my mom and your mom you got that oop spell that back wards
people came to watch slaves, or gladiators fight each other to the death, or fight animals like lions and elephants
The purose of the colosseum was that hundreds if not thousands of people would come to watch gladiators (often slaves, criminals of prisoners of war) fight to the death, to watch animals and gladiators fight, or just animals and animals. The colosseum was a very violent place and used for the public and upper-class entertainment.
The Roman Colosseum was famous for battles.The battles were generally for gladiators to fight animals such as bears.
Millions of people visit the Colosseum annually.
In The Colosseum In Rome IN Ancient Greek or Rome