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Kickboxing is like boxing except that you kick your opponent and boxing is an Olympic sport. It would help the sport a lot as kickboxing doesn't have a Mike Tyson or Muhammad Ali figure.Everyone across the world knows this sport and there are professional and amateur associations in kickboxing like boxing. Please state whether kickboxing should be an Olympic sport or not.
Just for the record, I do not dismiss Kobe as being the GOAT and arguably as good or better than Jordan. Jordan however says that Kobe is better than LeBron, and so does most NBA players. The reason it is Kobe and Jordan is because when the game is on the line, if either Kobe or Jordan had the ball, you were afraid and all the had to be was in the building.
Skateboarding should be legal if it is not disturbing other pedestrians or causing accidents. People who skateboard know they put themselves at risk for injury but they still do it so they should be held accountable for themselves.
Season's almost halfway through, and we've seen a lot out of both players. Russell's been in absolute beast mode every single game so far this season, but Harden's also become an extremely dangerous threat on both ends of the court. Both have decent help (though Harden definitely has more), and both are at the top of the conversation for 2016-17's Most Valuable Player... it's a tight race.
A new sport has become so popular in Rio that it is up for special consideration to be added to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics...Mugging.Muggin fits the new sport Olympic sport criteria perfectly: CriteriaThe Tokyo 2020 committee listed the following criteria for new sports: added value; youth appeal; attractiveness for TV, media and the general public; gender equality; minimum impact on the number of events and/or quotas, infrastructure and operational costs and complexity.Added value...someone's making a buck!Youth appeal...Youth are doing it everywhere!Attractiveness for TV, media and the general public...Every Rio Mugging is making headlines and everyone is watching the news because of the muggings.Gender equality: Yes, both men and women are equally targeted!Minimum impact on the number of events and or quotas...this is a "pop up sport" No new events need to be created, nor quotas met.Infrastructure and operational costs: All operational costs are the responsibility of the mugger!Complexity: Zero - yes, there is virtually no complexity to the system.How do you feel?!?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historical_European_martial_arts I am not talking about fencing. I am talking about getting into a ring, one on one, with mock swords and armour (weighted to act like the historical counterparts) and whacking each other with said swords. Could a point system be implemented that would fairly declare the winner after a bout? Knocking an opponent out is to dangerous and would take too long. Would it be accepted by purists. Or would it be deemed "to violent"?