Kick-Boxing Should be Banned

General News | Mar-10-2023

Kick-Boxing Should be Banned

Kickboxing should not be banned. It is a sport that has been practiced for centuries and is a great way for people to stay fit and active. It is a safe sport when practiced with proper safety equipment and a knowledgeable instructor. It also teaches discipline and respect.

Kickboxing should be regulated and monitored, however, to ensure that it is practiced safely and that the fighters are properly trained and protected. All athletes should pass a medical check-up before competing, and all rules and regulations should be followed strictly. There should also be a clear legal framework in place for governing the sport.

The decision to ban or not ban kickboxing should be based on an assessment of the risks associated with the sport and the potential benefits it provides. Ultimately, it is up to each individual to decide whether or not they want to participate in kickboxing.

Boxing has existed since at least 688 BC when the ancient Greeks made it an Olympic sport. However, its modern history has frequently been contentious.

Fans contend that the game supports actual wellness and discipline, as well as giving a way to youngsters method for eliminating themselves from neediness. However, critics argue that boxing should be outlawed because it is the barbaric and dangerous, and unacceptable way.

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the UK and the United States developed modern boxing. After a long period when it had only possessed dubious legitimacy, the Marquess of Queensberry rules, which were drafted in 1867, eventually assisted boxing in making the gradual transition into a modern sport.

The main pro and con arguments used in the debate over whether boxing should be banned are listed below-

1. The sport is barbaric and no different from an organized physical assault, which would be against the law anywhere else. The fact that participants are participating voluntarily is irrelevant because, in some ways, boxing resembles dueling, which was once commonplace but is now illegal.

2. While accidental injuries do occur in other sports, one of the main goals of boxing is to inflict a head injury on your opponent in the form of a "knockout."

3. Even though fight-related deaths are uncommon, numerous medical professionals think that boxing should be outlawed due to the risk of sustaining head and eye injuries from repeated blows to the head. Although the boxer may not be aware of these injuries at the time, they eventually lead to significant issues for him. By the end of their careers, very few professional fighters' brains are unharmed.

4. The sport of professional boxing glorifies violence and the idea of achieving wealth and fame through physical combat. Children in particular get the wrong message from this.

5. Even though boxing might seem to offer a speedy and simple course to wealth, it is an unfortunate decision. In addition to the very real risks to one's health, boxers are frequently exploited economically, and even the most successful athletes frequently go broke.

By : vipul singh negi

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