Boxing is Not a Violent Sport Essay

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Boxing is a sport full of hard hitting, fast movements and lots of blood, but being a boxer is not too brutal for the society but it does have its good and bad.
Boxing was found back in 697B.C in Germany. When it was first aired on TV people didn’t like it much and was commented as the worst TV show. But as the years went on more people started to get interested in the sport, and then kids wanted to become like their favorite boxer. And soon after boxing was the number one show that everyone watched. This caught the eye of Muhammad Ali the world’s best boxer who had won four titles and the W.B.C championship.
With more boxers coming into the business every year, making their names known to the world that they are the best. But it also
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They will then have an opportunity to face a ranking boxer; if they win they will be an amateur boxer and start their career.
With more money means more taxes, and pulse the coaching fee, doctor fee, and the arena fee. Means less for the boxer and if the boxer gets seriously injured in his matches he would have to pay extra for staying in the hospital. The dangers about this sport is getting punched in the head and stomach multiply times that can lead to broken ribs, swelling, painful stomach pains, hemming, skull fractures, concussion, broken nose, and jaw bones. Boxers risk their lives to put on a show for the fans, but the loser gets paid less or might not get paid depending on the contract. A boxer’s worst fear is getting seriously hurts and not being able to provide for their family. Some of them would spend more time in the gym training with their coaches thinking of new ways of beating their opponents and gaining more support from the fans, which takes away spending time with their family. All boxers wanted to become the best boxer they can be and win lots of belts along with more money. But by doing that puts their family in jeopardy of falling apart.
The best thing about this sport is being a V.I.P fan. A V.I.P. is a person who has won or earned the right to choose what they want, and for boxing that means having front row seats to three matches, gift bags, interviews with their favorite boxers, autographs, and after parties. With more fans
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