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My stereotype is a person who trains MMA Luckily this is starting to become a more accepted thing but society still sees it as a bloodsport and many think it should be illegal Once people started to find out I train their attitude changed towards me drastically I was seen as a tool and a douche People believed I went around and fought whenever I could and tried to pick fights with anyone I came across when I have never even been in a fight outside the gym I will also be going back into the history of this sport and researching articles about MMA and UFC From the articles I have read those more in the past are least accepting and the sport is slowly becoming more acceptable I want to argue that just because somebody trains does not mean that they go around picking fights I would also like to do research on how the sport has evolved and how the perception of the sport has evolved along the way Every sport has a level of competition in it All sports if looked at carefully have very similar characteristics to war War is won by strength strategy and courage Those three characteristics are almost always used in every sport Outsmarting over powering and aggressiveness are key factors to sports and war Teams or individuals fight against each other usually for points to defeat the opponent Sports all around the world follow these characteristics and have found many different ways to make a war like attitude into a friendly sport MMA is the purest form of competition There is no sport that can compare to fighting Fighting is the closest related sport to war Man against man or woman against woman literally fighting for the win Fighting is the closest to war but still has the safety requirements to be a safe sport There are many different forms of fighting that intertwine
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