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Have you heard of the axiom sports make people healthy; undoubtedly that was true until a few decades ago. Previously, sports enthusiasts could be seen strolling through arenas and football grounds. However, the twenty-first century has proved to be quite a paradox to this axiom. With today’s sumptuous technology, one does not even need to break a sweat to enjoy his favourite football match in another corner of the globe. Topics of health and sport could easily render the image of a tall, sharp man in our minds; late Muhammed Ali. Not so long ago, we were celebrating his famous knock-out victory over Sonny Liston. He could arguably be described as one of the greatest boxers in history and the most thriving athlete of all time. However, the next Muhammed Ali might as well be enjoying the boxing spirit on a wide flat television in the comforts of his bedroom couch! Did you know that boxing was first introduced as an Olympic sport as early as 688 BC in Ancient Greece? The concept of sport is most probably as old as humanity itself. It has affected popular modern culture and profoundly reflected on the diverse attitude and structure of the social platform. Although sports may be considered an unswerving backdrop to our life, its sheer popularity may imply an awful lot of potential issues.

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