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    Boxing

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    One of the longest living sports in world history is starting to fade in the public eye because of low demand and little to none boxing gym. I understand that people are drawn away because lack of knowledge of where to practice or workout at, I was the same too. I was 14 years-old when I was introduced to boxing by my dad, I thought it was a pointless, violent sport and wasn’t interested in it. I soon grown fond to the sport not because the content of it but the all the hard workouts and cardio training

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    The History of Boxing

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    Boxing can be pretty dangerous because you can get concussions, broken hands,ribs, and noses. I ended up choosing to write my essay on the history of boxing, and some facts about boxing. The reason why I chose to do my essay on boxing is because it is the only sport I am interested in, it is the only thing I am good at. I hope this essay helps you learn stuff about boxing that you never knew before. If you are against boxing I hope this essay helps you understand why people go into it. I also hope

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    myself through wrestling and boxing. Whenever I say that quote to myself I feel so much better about what i’m doing and I don’t just give up or stop. Wrestling and boxing are things I love and I’m glad I can do. I’ve trained a lot to be in the place I am. Almost everyday since I was little, I trained for both, it took a lot, but I still did it because I really do want to do something in the future with them. I have given up a lot when it came to wrestling and boxing because I was training and working

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    Defining Boxing

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    Defining Boxing Money obsessed barbarism or a persecuted sport? Boxing is one of the most controversial, currently legal sports in the western world. Some argue that it is a barbaric game, nothing but a negative influence on youth, promoting violence and causing injury to poor, exploited working class men. The arguments of the anti-boxing lobby that you will hear may include - it is expensive to take up; it is not entertaining; it encourages violence and that it can lead to deaths

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    Boxing Essay

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    to achieve points. In boxing two powerful, strong, men or women, square off and contest in a intelligent punch off to see who will be knocked out first. This sport is boxing, a brutal exchange of jabs, hooks, uppercuts, and other swings that may eventually knock one athlete down to the canvass or even unconscious. Due to the high demand of injuries, short and long term neurological damage, the rules of professional boxing should be changed to Olympic standard rules. Boxing has been in existence

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    Banning Boxing

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    Banning Boxing When this topic came up I was quite happy, as I had tried boxing before in a boxing club in Belfast for a couple of months. I really enjoyed it, as it was good for getting me fit, self-disciplined and for self-defence. Some of my classmates think that it should be banned but I disagree as I have been there and have seen from first hand what goes on in the ring. In a typical boxing club, fighting takes place in a controlled environment. By controlled environment I mean that

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    Boxing to me is more than a sport and in a way is different than the standard sport. When I think of sports, the picture that usually pops into my head is one of somebody either competing in a race or somebody trying to score a goal with a ball. Boxing is different, boxing gives the two competitors who are going head to head a chance to determine who can outlast the other with the throwing of fists. Because of this contrast from the normal sport, boxing can be thought of as more than just a sport

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    Long Live Boxing

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    "It's lack of faith that makes people afraid of meeting challenges, and I believed in myself. (Muhammad Ali)". Boxing should not be abolished because the fighters premeditate precautions to the sport, it does not promote violence, and there are other sports that are more dangerous. Boxing is a one-on-one combat sport that involves sparring. A way to determine the winner of the match is by points, depending on where the opponent is hit, and the fighters must survive all 3-12 rounds. Another way to

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    witness a man falling to the mat; unconscious. Boxing is a martial art and combat sport that often turns into permanent damage. The intention of boxing is to win by hurting one’s opponent with delivering blows to their body and sometimes knocking them unconscious. The euphemistic of boxing is a human blood sport. Although boxing is a popular and active sport, there are other sports who do not intentionally try and physically hurt their rivalry. Boxing should be more controlled as a sport because it

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    The Decline of Boxing in America

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    Boxing in the early and mid-twentieth century had an appeal that captured the eyes and ears of millions of Americans. Championship fights and popular fighters were on national television and in newspaper headlines. At the time, boxing was relevant in the American sports world. However, over the past 30 years, boxing has regressed and lost its popularity. Spectacles like the graceful Muhammad Ali and the hard-hitting Mike Tyson are gone and have been replaced by lackluster fighters and greedy fight

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