Boxing Being a TKO Business
The topic I am going to discuss is the business of boxing. How is boxing different than any other sport? Why is boxing considered the hardest sport any athlete can endure? Why in recent years has boxing fading from the public spot light? How has the sport of boxing changed over time? Let me start with the: Ethos of boxing?
Boxing has had a rather colorful and bloody history, mostly due to its violent nature and association with gambling. It is the only sport where causing physical harm to your opponent is the main objective. The American medical association has attempted to band the sport since the 1980’s, stating that it is the only sport where the intention is to inflict serious injury on your opponent. The rules and fighting conditions have also drastically changed over thousands of years. From bare knuckle slug feasts which often went on indefinitely until someone was knocked unconscious, resulting in bloody duels to the death. Too todays more modernly accepted rules and regulations. A few of the more modern changes to the rules required the boxers to use leathered gloves and limiting the fight to anywhere from 4 to 12 rounds, which lasted anywhere from 3-5 minutes.
What is the Pathos of boxing?
Boxing has entertained millions of people for generations, but in more recent years the popularity of football and NASCAR has shadowed this great American past time. Professional fights are becoming fewer and farther between. While many talented and successful boxers never get the chance to compete on the Big Screen in front of an ever shrinking fan base. Balancing the public demand to see the boxers fight directly determined the economical profitability a promoter could generate from ticket sales over the boxers career. This has led to a drastic decline in modern boxing enthusiasts and promoters alike outside of the televised viewing public.
What is the Logos of boxing?
The basic business of boxing is a balancing act with...
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