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Re: Boxing's Greatest and Most Controversial Matches
« on: July 01, 2012, 09:59:00 am »
I use to really enjoy boxing. One of my personal greatest conundrums. I can't stand violence and the idea of watching two humans go at each other with the intent of inflicting as much pain as possible and hopefully a knockout, is rather hard for me to reconcile.

But I did get into the big fights. The good fights. I couldn't stand the heavy weights where all they did was throw a punch or two.

After the fall with Tyson, I've viewed Boxing so differently today. I was never hip with the secretive judging aspect of the sport. Making the sport suspect just takes the fun out of it. I have not watched boxing in years. Most likely what I've mentioned but more so, I don't know anybody around me that gets into it either.
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