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  • Football

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  • Baseball

    2 6.90%
  • Basketball

    1 3.45%
  • Boxing

    22 75.86%
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    What is the hardest sport?

    I think its boxing then football
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    In terms of what.

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    Hmmm. I voted without really thinking about what you meant. By "hardest" I think you meant, hardest to play and stay healthy. That is how I voted. I choose football. They get their asses kicked every Sunday. Boxing is tuff sport. You just keep getting knocked in the head. In football you get all sorts of injuries.

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    Well as far as being fit I would go with boxing, I played all sports and Boxing by far is the hardest.
    You can't just sit down and let a replacement fill in for you and you just can't coast like in Soccer or basketball.

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    Nothing harder than walking into a ring and punching it out for 12 rounds......no team to help or rely on....its all you. Boxing requires: endurance, speed, skill, quickness, strength, incredible toughness, eye hand coordination and the ability to preform when exhausted and getting punched 200 times in 3 min......no other sport even comes close.
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    I would have to go with wrestling, the real kind, although boxing would be a close second. The only reason I put it second is because most fighters take at least 4 months off before climbing back into the ring and a wrestler will typically wrestle 4-5 times in a tournament, then go back a week or 2 more and do the same thing.

    I always wish I would have tried boxing though, it is prolly my favorite sport to watch. Any time ESPN classic has an Ali fight on, I am sure to catch it.
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    Out of your choices...

    The clear winner is BOXING...

    In none of those other sports do you have to train
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale Mabry
    I would have to go with wrestling, the real kind, although boxing would be a close second. The only reason I put it second is because most fighters take at least 4 months off before climbing back into the ring and a wrestler will typically wrestle 4-5 times in a tournament, then go back a week or 2 more and do the same thing.

    I always wish I would have tried boxing though, it is prolly my favorite sport to watch. Any time ESPN classic has an Ali fight on, I am sure to catch it.
    I have done both. Wrestling was a bitch......in 3 rounds yes it is as hard as boxing. But the real difference is that in Boxing as an armature and new pro you are fighting every month and many fight every week or every other week. Plus when your tired you are getting punched in the face, stomach , back, arms ect.

    Going hard for 3 rounds in wrestling is very hard....going 10 rounds while getting punched is a whole different thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForemanRules
    I have done both. Wrestling was a bitch......in 3 rounds yes it is as hard as boxing. But the real difference is that in Boxing as an armature and new pro you are fighting every month and many fight every week or every other week. Plus when your tired you are getting punched in the face, stomach , back, arms ect.

    Going hard for 3 rounds in wrestling is very hard....going 10 rounds while getting punched is a whole different thing

    I guess if you are doing it more often, like once or twice a month, it would be harder. Aren't amatuer fights shorter though, or is that just Olympic fights?
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    Quote Originally Posted by min0 lee
    In terms of what.
    Fitness, stamina, technique, some other shit too.
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    Anybody can get up and play football, basketball, and baseball, but when comes to boxing, if you dont have stamina youve already lost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dale Mabry
    I guess if you are doing it more often, like once or twice a month, it would be harder. Aren't amatuer fights shorter though, or is that just Olympic fights?
    Amateur contests consist of three rounds; professional bouts may consist of up to 12 rounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by god hand
    Anybody can get up and play football, basketball, and baseball, but when comes to boxing, if you dont have stamina youve already lost.

    This is not correct.
    If sense were common, everyone would have it.

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