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Violence in Sports Sport today has evolved a huge amount from the past and likewise so have peoples viewsin sport Unfortunately sport today is no longer game It is a huge chunk of our society a multibillion dollar franchise enjoyed by every sex age and race But the Its just a game part hasnext to no meaning to the people anymore Winning seems to matter much moreSport in many ways has become violent NHL games for example do not allow spectatorsto sit with any spectator that is cheering for the opposite team in fear a brawl will break out in thecrowd let alone on the ice Difference of opinion seems to make all the difference to people and ifanyone says otherwise there is an argument that can only be settled by violence or so they thinkThese people break loose hurting innocent people just because the other guy is wrong Crowdriots at soccer games have caused more injuries and deaths than any other sport Spectatorsplayers and bystanders have been trampled shot stabbed and pummeled in these frenzied riots Isthat the kind of situation you want to find yourself in while spending quality time with yourfamily I think not There should be no fear in going to watch a game but today there is becauseThe violence in the stands however differs from the easily accessible televised gamesAlthough this form you can watch in the comfort of your own home it still seems to be a problembecause young kids who watch these games are exposed to how athletes play these days and theygo on taking after their favorite players Seeing these players react violently portrays that its okto hit people and the need to win today seems to be sports only priority Because of this playerscoaches and even spectators will do next to anything to see the right team win even if it meanssomeone on the
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