Means of Entertainment

February 11, 2007 5:29am CST
Man has invented different means of entertainment. These vary depending on time, place, resources and interest. But there are certain sports which are most cruel and barbaric. The Bull Fighting, The Boxing and the WWF are some of the examples which are quite inhumane. The WWF is a strange sport in which anyone enters the ring and hits anyone. Their favourite weapon is a folding steel chair(why not a stick, a rod, a hammer or a club?). If they are stage managed, it is a public befooling act and if they are genuine, they should be banned.
2 responses
@ela2pso (364)
• Philippines
11 Feb 07
im ela, and in jus new here. greetings in the name of performing arts. well' im used to be in theatre because of my course. well''' for me. entertainment is a way of making people laugh, smile and at least enjoy the moment of their recreation. yeah, bull fighting was one of the irrelevant way of entertainment ans a part of theatre, i suggest it so much to all. why? because it serves a lot of information and gives new ideas that we can use for th later time.
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
11 Feb 07
I think WWF is a riot but too annoying to watch these days but I used to love it yrs ago..Bull Fighting I dont care for but I am a HUGE fan of Ultimate Fighting which is REAL fighting IMO....I htink the only way it would be 'barbaric' is if ppl were FORCED to do it, but they arent...these guys LOVE what they do or they wouldnt do it and they train very hard to participate in the UF..It, along with boxing (male and female which I also enjoy) is a sport, why ban them? Nobody forces them to do it so why take away something they enjoy doing and we (some of us) enjoy watching?