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Boxing has been described as barbarous and as an affront to the dignity of man But can such a judgement be passed on a sport that has been established for numerous centuries For many young men and women boxing offers an escape from a life of inevitable poverty street fights expulsion teenage gangs and ultimately prison Everyone has dreams of being rich flying their own helicopter or owning a fancy house We would like to have high paying jobs but for many people this is not the case these people simply are not the academic types Most young men and women who grow up in rough neighbourhoods have only two things going from them there ability to use their fists and their ability to ride their opponents punches It is these abilities that are their passports to a better life for themselves and their families These people are intent on using these passports to the best of their ability until such times those passports finally expire Many take up boxing because they like it Not because theyre forced into the ring or made to fight They are men who love to fight not to inflict pain on someone but because fighting satisfies one of the basic urges in the boy or man That is the urge to be out there on your own proving that youre number one It is with boxing that you can do this with your own wits and your own ability Not with the assistance of a bat ball racquet or even a club Boxing is a superb character builder It teaches the fighters to look after themselves both mentally and physically A boxer is taught to eat properly and drink moderately for they know only to well that a combination of drink and poor nutrition dulls the brain cells and makes reaction time slower so therefore they all mostly lead the clean life Also boxers are
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