Since the creation of the United States competition has been a driving force in pushing Americans to do their very best. For instance, competition pushes companies to make the best and cheapest products. Competition has not only led businesses to do their best it has led people to be their best physically. A sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another, or others, for entertainment. This has led to American’s obsession with sports in the United States. In America people love their sports and there are three main types of sports that Americans enjoy: violent sports, sports on the global stage, and sports that define a nation.
Americans have always loved the thrill and excitement that comes from violence, and it shows in their obsession with violent, hard hitting sports. Football is the most popular sport in America, because of it’s fast action, hard hitting excitement that keeps fans on the edge of their seat watching attentively to see what is going to happen next. Both teams set up on the line of scrimmage, the quarterback yells, “Down, set, hut hut, hike.” The center snaps the ball and the players collide with a crunch of the pads. The defensive player tackles the ball carrier with bone crushing strength. The ball carrier takes the blow only to get up and do it again. Football may be the most popular violent sport in America but it is not the most violent. The Ultimate Fighting Club, better known as “UFC.” Is one of the, if not the most violent sport in America. UFC is the very image and core of violent sports in America. Much like its older counterpart boxing, it is a sport in which two fighters fight to knock out their opponent. But instead of using only your fists, you can fight using almost any body part to knock out your opponent. With violent sports growing increasingly more popular, it is no surprise that football and UFC are two of the more popular sports in America.
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