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Take it or Leave it, Boxing is a Sport.

.... It should also remain a sport, regardless of how brutal it may seem. .... boxing would be forced to move underground and become far more violent, far less safe ....

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American Culture is Infatuated With Violence

.... violence are football, hockey, ultimate wrestling, boxing, and many .... has been proved that most violent acts that .... the popular boys, girls, and sport stars from a ....

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Athletes and Deviance

.... is a professional boxer, who came into the sport when he .... He has since been reinstated into boxing (ESPN .... tape recordings that proved that he was a violent person ....

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Life in Ancient Rome

.... the sight of blood and that this sport was overall .... Although the idea of this violent spectacle might seem .... similar conceptually to a modern day boxing ring or a ....

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Aggression

.... The people watching these violent acts will often think .... use these behaviours when they are playing the sport. .... Wrestling and Boxing are prime examples of this. ....

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The History of Women and Sports

.... athletics such as baseball, basketball, boxing, football, track .... Swimming was considered a "womanly" sport because it .... steal the ball or become violent unlike the ....

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american pitbull terrier

.... They are seen in gang and drug related violent environments. .... This is not true, pit bull fighting is an actual sport with rules .... It is almost like a boxing match ....

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Gladiation

.... Before gladiatorial combat was a sport, brutality was still .... a good hockey fight or a vicious boxing match. .... to making a scene as shockingly violent as possible. ....

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Sports and agressive behavior

.... For example, football, hockey, rugby, wrestling, and boxing. .... Aggressive people are attracted to contact violent sport competitions, to where they can fit in ....

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Dangerous Rock Music

.... ok to play tackle football, hockey, boxing and be .... the wrestling team because those are considered a sport. .... would be music so disgusting, violent, loud, sexual ....

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The Greatest

.... confidence captured millions, bringing the sport of boxing .... they thought the Muslims were violent racists. .... of draft dodging, the World Boxing Association (WBA ....

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Forgotten

.... murder is not allowed in modern boxing, from my perspective violence is hard to see as just a sport. Boxing is a ritual with close violent similarities to ....

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sports and aggressive behavior

.... For example, football, hockey, rugby, wrestling, and boxing. .... Aggressive people are attracted to contact violent sport competitions, to where they can fit in ....

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Sports and Aggressive Behavior

.... For example, football, hockey, rugby, wrestling, and boxing. .... Aggressive people are attracted to contact violent sport competitions, to where they can fit in ....

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Sports and Agression

.... For example, football, hockey, rugby, wrestling, and boxing. .... Aggressive people are attracted to contact violent sport competitions, to where they can fit in ....

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violence in hockey

.... nineties into what is now a bloody and injury filled sport. .... "Today, aside from boxing, ice hockey .... Patrick J. Ph.D., Column 460) In fact, violent penalties have ....

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Violence in Sports1

.... 17,000 people" into a Las Vegas boxing arena, the .... less and less of role models because of their violent nature while they are playing their sport and the ....

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Sports and Agression

.... For example, football, hockey, rugby, wrestling, and boxing. .... Aggressive people are attracted to contact violent sport competitions, to where they can fit in ....

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Aggression and Violence in Sports

.... For example, football, hockey, rugby, wrestling, and boxing. .... Aggressive people are attracted to contact violent sport competitions, to where they can fit in ....

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violence in sport

.... type of fight whether it be in hockey, boxing or a .... and less of role models because of their violent nature while they are playing their sport and the ....

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Boxing

.... This question "Is boxing too violent to be a sport?" Many people feel boxing is too violent to be a sport because it"tms a sort of fighting, and a lot of ....

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The 1968 Olympics

.... The Black Power Salute was a non-violent protest against .... Like most boxing at the Olympics, this was marred by .... friction for the greatest honor in sport, at the ....

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Boxing-Timeline

.... This is why boxing is so popular. Boxing is not popular because it is a gentlemen's sport, it's popular because it is violent, unpredictable, and exciting. ....

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Violence in Hockey

.... that old cliche that you went to a boxing match and .... Hockey has its violent side, but at least the combatants keep the .... Does hockey need to be a sport of violence ....

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Boxing Should Be Banned.

.... Boxing is an intensely violent sport that has people off all ages both young and old hovering over their TV sets, eyes glued and bellowing comments like," kill ....

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Boxing

.... 9 5 In answering my audience analysis questionnaire most of you said the sport of boxing was violent but that the decision to fight should~be left up to the ....

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Boxing Should Be Left Alone!!

.... Boxing is always under heat from critics as a violent sport but it is very different for a person who hasn't taken a punch to appreciate that pain in the ring ....

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Sporting Violence

.... Large sport events like basketball often use music to .... The promoters in boxing do everything they can to make sure the matches turn out violent to satisfy ....

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Draft Dodger

.... America. Ali, known for showing his courageous strength in the violent sport of boxing successfully evaded the draft. His avoidance ....

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Why Do Chickens Wear Spurs

.... One may think I am talking about a boxing match between .... from the cruelty, the so-called sport has several .... Numerous homicides and other violent crimes have been ....

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