In other words, let it continue but changes that will make it safer would be also well seen.
Continually brutal sports should remain as sport because if it were to be banned it would go underground and cause a lot more injuries.
In boxing, it is the boxer who takes the risk and who will pay the price, no one else.
Other sports are also dangerous, for example horse-riding, skiing or parachuting - should we ban those too? The aim of boxing is to hurt the other man, and above all to knock him out.
Every year both amateur and professional boxers die in matches, or afterwards as a result of injuries.
Medical studies also show that boxing can lead to long-term brain-damage, and to illnesses such as Parkinson’s disease. First I will point out that not all sports include violence. I have many reasons to believe so and I will state them in my essay.By releasing all that pressure it helps you relax for a period of time.Getting rid of popular sports like hockey or football could put a lot more kids on the streets because they would have nowhere else to go or nothing else to do. s really awful is that you cannot remove the violence.Nowadays so many sports exist but not only there are very few sports that do not involve risk taking but they are not also banned. They accept them as part and parcel of their trade, and take the rewards. For instance, boxers know the risks they face, when they step into the ring.As in all areas of life, where there is a lot of money involved there is a large risk.But this is their choice so why shouldn’t we let them make it?The sport appeals to the worst and most violent parts of human nature.Such a savage sport has no place in modern society. We should not offer money to encourage them to fight.