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Does a violent spectator sport like UFC lead to more violence on the streets?

Google FwVk30
Oct 7

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  • Oath / MgmtAtinlay
    It leads more to believe that behavior is acceptable. So, yes.
    Oct 70
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    • Google FwVk30
      OP
      Ok just give me a minute, let me go find every instance on the web to increase the sample size
      Oct 7
  • Amazon Bomastic
    You work at google. Can’t you guys just bury UFC stories like you bury US conservative stories?
    Oct 72
    • Microsoft ThxObama
      Not everything is right or left you tard.
      Oct 7
    • Microsoft dimlefted
      at google, twitter, and FB , it sure is... but only libtards deny it.
      Oct 7
  • Microsoft Jeph bezos
    UFC 229 break out into a brawl. According to you, we should judge the UFC on this one singular event instead of the other 228 events prior to this - 228 events that went without any brawls? Genius, fucktard.
    Oct 71
    • Google FwVk30
      OP
      It's just an example, potentially a microcosm of a larger issue. Read carefully, nothing conclusive, just a topic for discussion. If we're bringing data into this, you're actually incorrect on number of brawls - not sure where you got that figure.
      Oct 7
  • Citibank / EngTQtT37
    Way more street violence cause by blind app.
    Oct 71
  • Google cw8h1a
    I'd hazard a guess and say it's spectator sports in general. Case in point: soccer riots in the UK.

    Much of it is just a product of local culture though.
    Oct 80
  • JCPenney Aerios
    Known link between sporting events and increased testosterone during and immediately following. Add alcohol and draw your own conclusions.
    Oct 70
  • Microsoft TrumpWins
    No. Giants and Dodgers fans stab each other over baseball
    Oct 70
  • Amazon Kvgigfufc
    Mob mentality fuels these ignorant brawls
    Oct 70
  • Apple / EngJobsHand
    Not really
    Oct 70

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