The nature of MMA as a brand new sport, for which rules, judging standards, permitted techniques, approved equipment, and even permitted participants, are still evolving daily, presents an unusual opportunity for medical bodies to participate in that evolution. The Unified Rules of MMA are barely over a decade old and are known to be imperfect. Medical bodies should be studying the sport and making recommendations to alter its rules, equipment and nature in order to make it safer, and not simply acting in a reactionary manner to seek to ban it outright.
Animals are being used not just as a source of clinical research , but also for the entertainment of a section of the society. There are various kinds of such barbaric acts and to name a few I would say, bull-fights or cock-fights. It has evolved into a huge money minting business. In some countries ,such events are held in a grand manner trying to draw more public attention , and thus indirectly more financial gain. Some sections of the society support their action on religious grounds. I feel whatever might be the purpose behind such gruesome acts, subjecting
animals to such kinds of both physical and mental violence is barbaric and should be banned at any cost. Most important point to consider here is , some animals actually succumb to the injuries inflicted on them during these fights and are left to die.
So why the huge cry on animals fighting each other, and is the ban really necessary?
Reasons for Banning Blood Sports
Yes, blood sports should be banned in every country with immediate effect, because it is a disgusting activity and no good can come out of it.
I personally believe that it is acceptable to organize competitions among animals that are not wild such as race. However, the act of hitting and causing damage to someone else is a crime regardless of any discrimination. If the bloody sports are inhuman then such restrictions should also apply to the owners of animals that make them fight with other animals.
To conclude, it is a positive trend that people are criticizing and demanding a ban on blood sports which is unethical act and not acceptable in any culture. The concerned authorities should also come forward and take actions for the betterment of other living beings.
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"Generally, players return to the game long before the brain's physical healing is complete, which could exacerbate the possibility of brain damage later in life," says Friedman.
A decade of research in the BGU Laboratory for Experimental Neurosurgery has shown that vascular pathology, and specifically dysfunction of the blood-brain barrier (BBB), plays a key role in brain dysfunction and degeneration, and may be an underlying cause of neurodegenerative complications after brain injuries.
Rather, to apply the considerable heft of a powerful, professional lobbying group against a popular activity with a growing fan base that cuts across many levels of society would require, to my mind, convincing data beyond all else, divorced from any consideration of participants' intent. Such data would concern injury rates, degrees of severity, hospitalization rates, and factors predictive and associated with deleterious health outcomes. Frankly, those data do not yet exist. When they eventually do, and if they prove damning to MMA, the role of the CMA should be to consider options beyond just an outright ban.
Blood sports in general terms means a fight in which animals are involved , and in a few circumstances even results in the death of some. This kind of sporting activity has been there since olden days and has increased greatly with regards to the degree of violence the animals are enduring . In my opinion, such kind of inhumane and uncivilized forms of activities should be prohibited .
Specifically, it generates more detailed brain maps showing brain regions with abnormal vasculature, or a 'leaky BBB.' "
Study participants included 16 football players from Israel's professional football team, Black Swarm, as well as 13 track and field athletes from Ben-Gurion University who served as controls.
None of this, though, discounts the philosophical basis of the CMA's objection to MMA: that the proximal objective of the sport is to cause bodily harm to a human being. Even if the eventual epidemiological data improbably shows MMA to be safer than, say, skipping rope, the CMA's underlying philosophy is a defensible one.