Boxing, so over it…

So apparently, one man said something to another man, that man responded with a lame attempt at an insult. Eventually after much posturing, someone threw a punch and next thing you know, they are fighting. Finally someone was declared the winner and he got to take the others guy’s money and for some strange reason his belt.

 I have spent much of my life avoiding social engagements where this was considered the height of an interesting night out. Now thanks to social media my various timelines are flooded with detailed recounts of who said what, which man’s punch landed where… I simply do not care. 

The whole thing was probably fixed to start with. Boxing is a farce. It is a joke. Social media for the win, NOT.


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  1. A barbaric event. I refuse to call it a sport.


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