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of how Ali managed to cover this actual reality into a mirage of entertainment and amusement – ‘ He really did “float like a butterfly and sting like a bee”’ and ‘His matches seemed more like ballet than boxing’. What Head wants to illustrate through these example is that, people loved enjoyed Ali’s fights so much and were so amused by his athletism that they forgot that it was a FIGHT and the opponent is getting hurt or even injured seriously. In paragraph six , Head says that this business is unforgiving so much so that Ali’ whose reflexes were so fast that they seemed acts of wizardry is now suffering from the after effects of what he endured during his fights in the ring. Although he won and humiliated his opponents but in the end he also is at a stage where The Great and Strong Mohammad Ali has gone weak and whose roars were famous is now only restricted to silent hesitant whispers. From the mighty Head diverts the attention towards the defeated Jimmy Garcia who lost his life in this dirty business at the feeble age of 23. In paragraph seven he says that he got pummeled to death so that the audience could get worth of what they paid for. ‘What sets boxing apart is that its one sport in which one scores by injuring other opponent’ Head says while replying to boxing fans who say it is only as dangerous other sports out there. In the end he clearly calls out for banning this sport as its fatal and barbaric while your fighting and even when you quit it.
Boxing should be banned as its results for the contenders are horrific. Though during the match only the looser suffers but in the long run every boxer suffers from the after effect of the hits he endured which a normal human body is not designed to resist. It is barbarism in the cover of
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However, the same principles have been used repetitively towards its defence. However, further examination of the elements that are associated to some boxing events leaves a lot to be desired over its legality. This paper seeks to evaluate other aspects of boxing that may be used in courts while in the quest of challenging the legality of the event.
It was in the 18th century when professional boxing started booming. It even found a permanent place in the Olympics. Apart from being a sport, boxing is used as a self-defense. As in any other physical games and martial arts, boxing instills discipline and agility of mind and body.
According to legend, during the centuries that followed many such fights would take place in coliseums around Europe, but the first fight to be documented was in Great Britain. "The first documented 'boxing match' took place in 1681 in Britain when the Duke of Albemarle engineered a bout between his butler and his butcher" (Boxing Today, 2004).
Boxing like any other sport in the world is admired for its dangerous and thrilling nature. This is truly an ancient sport that had survived the test of time for all these centuries. Besides, the risks involved in boxing, countless of sportsmen had come and gone and moreover, this sport has also gained international recognition.
Via the daughter’s grief, the mourning climate changes to solicits aiming at using a language to find articulation in life. The novella goes down in history as an act of ecstatic joy, which is only celebrated when the verbalization of unprecedented and profound grief is achieved.
It is significant to note that boxing is not the not the only violent sport that could lead to life threatening injuries. Other sports such as football and hockey are famous for causing serious injuries to