I wouldn't necessarily go so far as to label Hunt a woman beater. He committed assault and battery; the victim is a female. That doesn't absolve Kareem of pushing her down and kicking her, nor does it mean he's a woman beater (it also doesn't mean I'm defending his actions or am somehow complicit in his terrible behavior, so let's nip that in the bud before it even gets to that point please).
Want to see how the media manipulates bylines to push their narrative? Look no further:
He "beat" her and it was "brutal"? Holy over-exaggerating Batman. He roughly pushed down a drunken female and half-heartedly kicked her.
Know what's missing in the video? Audio and context.
Want to see a brutal beatdown of a female? Google Ray Rice. Google Greg Hardy, who coincidentally is now fighting MMA and throwing illegal knees against downed opponents.
Do I think Kareem deserves a second chance? That's not for me to decide.
Does watching the NFL somehow make me complicit? No (not that I'll watch anyway).
Can people redeem themselves? Yes.
Will Kareem Hunt? Time will tell.
My question to you: do you draw the line at striking a female? If so, why?
Is taking banned substances okay with you, be it performance enhancers or recreational in nature?
How about fathering children out of wedlock and then proceeding to have the girl murdered a la Rae Carruth?
Violent, unsportsmanlike behavior on the field, e.g. Suh, Burfict, Romanowski, Finnegan, etc.?