As you keep throwing around expressions like "from a certain cultural background" without any closer definition, one may only guess what you mean by those.No one said anything about 'lower classes' but that was a remarkable association from you. Nor do I pretend Nadal and Federer are 'noble' or 'heroic'; they just don't go over the top to this extent nor do they have such anger issues which get transformed into 'gladiatorial glory' by their followers.
Boxing with its traditions, rules, and history feels more humane, I suppose, even though it's a combat sport. But the concepts of not attacking opponents who are on the ground or not attacking below the waistline seem to make it as humane as a full-contact martial art can possibly be. MMA, on the other hand... Well.Boxing is for fighters; MMA is for clowns.
Oh my god I actually agree with you. Unfortunately though it's not just followed by a "few in the states" it's literally become a mainstream worldwide phenonemon, which is a sad indictment of where we are as a global society.Is MMA even a sport? I am serious, I wasn’t sure. I thought it was just bad entertainment that was followed by few here in the US. I thought it was like those “Monster Truck” competitions where these guys try to drive over each other. This has been enlightening because I didn’t think folks took MMA seriously, assuming it was a form of rigged entertainment for heavy drinkers.
Oh look, guys are 'fairies' because they don't like a stick man screaming his head off and kicking in a sign, all true marks of 'gladiators' LMAO.MTF stands for Men’s Tennis
Fairies it seems, the amount of estrogen on here is disturbing, grow a pair FFS