How Men Watch Boxing

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A boxing match, like the Floyd Mayweather vs. Victor Ortiz WBC Welterweight Championship taking place in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 17th, 2011, attracts a tremendous audience. Although there are female boxing fans, boxing is predominantly male orientated, and hundreds of thousands of men will be glued to the ring on the 17th of September. Some lucky ones will have been able to procure tickets to the actual live match whilst others will watch it on HBO on television or on a portable device. A large amount of men will flock together in varying sports bars across the world to watch this historic match.

If you could be a fly on the wall for just one day, choose a sports bar that will air the Mayweather Ortiz match in September. Being able to observe men as they watch this match without being noticed is something psychologists the world over can only dream about. There will be a division between two camps: those who support Mayweather and those who support Ortiz, of course. The noise levels will be tremendous, the men seemingly being able to feel every punch that is landed and taking pride in every punch that is delivered as if they delivered it themselves.

From a biological perspective, the levels of testosterone, adrenaline and pheromones will soar through the roof, which demonstrates the primeval urges that are released when watching a boxing match. It touches inside men those parts that have been left buried since we moved out of caves and into homes. Whether you enjoy boxing or agree with many medical professionals in that it is nothing but an excuse to beat someone down, being able to watch men watch the sport is an experience in itself that is not to be missed if you have the chance.

This is Why I Enjoy to Watch Boxing

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The 12th of November 2011 is the day of the much anticipated WBO Boxing Welterweight World Championship between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez . It will take place in the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, also known as the City of Entertainment. As always before a big boxing match, questions start flying around about the validity of boxing as a sport, and why men could possibly enjoy such as show of brutality.

Well, there are pros and cons to boxing and nothing explains this better than the issue of youth centers. Many men will tell you that boxing teaches young people discipline and allows them to vent their anger. It also teaches them to push themselves to the edges of their abilities, as well as keeping them off the street and out of trouble. Furthermore, by being a member of a boxing school, they will feel part of a bigger picture, often engaging in supporting the maintenance of the boxing gym as well, thereby learning essential skills. All of this, according to many men, is reason enough to agree that boxing is a valid sport that makes an important contribution to society and individual communities, and particularly young people who are otherwise hard to reach and get into all sorts of trouble.

The counter side of this argument is that boxing gyms are usually started in deprived communities, where fighting is rife and gangs roam the streets. Those opposed to boxing will state that all a boxing gym does is further segregate the communities – between those who can and those who can’t box – as well as teaching young people that are already at risk of becoming involved in a variety of different criminal activities, how to become physically stronger and potentially cause grievous bodily harm.