Should professional boxing be banned?

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Boxing, or any sport which is legal, exists because there is a demand for it. Having said that, I would find a way to regulate it, so that safety standards were more adequately addressed. There should be a commission which has jurisdiction over all organizations but I don't know how best to proceed but that's another question anyway.

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no because professional boxers train very hard to endure the demands of a professional fight. i think boxing has softened up alot, for example they fight 12 rounds instead of 15, and the average top boxer fights around twice a year as 4 times .

no it gives us an entertainment that we never seen on other sports thats why it mus not be banned.

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