Top Ten Aggressive Sports in the Worldharipotter This list shows the most aggressive sports among the world sports
The Top Ten
Not that aggressive. Learned this awhile back - Mewtwo_
MMA is a full contact sport. It is one of the hybrid martial arts.It is combo of many famous martial arts like judo,jiu-jitsu,mauy Thai and more martial arts. First MMA league was started as "tough guy contest" and then changed as " changed as battle of super fighters".this sport was ranked as number 1 due to it includes punching,kicking, grapplingand more, and the injury rate per 1000 athlete exposures is 228.7,which is greater than any other sport. - haripotter
Taekwondo is a Korean martial art which is now award famous martial art. It is a full contact and medium contact game, it has striking and kicking. And this game doesn't allow hitting in the neck and legs. This martial art is a combo of judo, kunfu, mauy Thai and some more. The competion involves starring, breaking, patterns and self defense. It is also included in Olympics since 2000. - haripotter
Free style wrestling practise all over the world. It is also contested in Olympics.The ultimate goal of this game is to throw and pin your opponent to the mat which results in immediate win.it is a stand up wrestling which is a combo of traditional wrestling, judo,samba technique. In freestyle wrestling grappling and almost all holds and technique. This sport will more will be aggressive as it allows any type of attacking technique. - haripotter
It is a no competitive combat sport. It is a Japanese martial art which is an unconditional warfare. According to bunjikan members this martial arts rules were first written in strolls which were then become defintive to all ninjitsu. It says that a ninja should be known the eighteen skills like bajutsu(horsemanship) and boasts ( stick and staff). Ninja is mostly a weaponized sport, which uses weapons like katana sword, shuriken and bohiya. - haripotter
My friends dad broke his neck in box and kept on playing.
Take all other sports violent sports on this list mash them together take that and mix it with 6’5 Canadians ready to kill.
To the people who think you hit harder in hockey it only looks like they hit hard. This is coming from someone who has played both hockey and lacrosse and getting hit in hockey isn’t as bad as lacrosse the main reason is because hockey is on ice and lacrosse isn’t. You have to hit people much harder in lacrosse to have them go down than in hockey and it hurts more too. Plus in box you can smash people up much more than in field lacrosse.
It is a full, semi and light contact martial art. It mostly have striking attacks. Country of origin for karate is considered as ryukyu island of Japan. It is predominantly a striking art which involves striking, kicking, knees strikes, and elbow strikes and some open hand technique like knife hands, spear hands and plam heals techniques. - haripotter
The aim of rugby is to score points, not to knock out your opponent as in the "martial arts" type of events. This is a highly physical game with 15 per side, you are not focussed on the attack of one person.
Rugby is a type of football developed at rugby school at rugby. It is team sport consists of 13 Players. It is a ball based game that the ball has to be thrown from the touchline and it has to be placed at the parallel lines of their side. The players are allowed to push, pull and hit by shoulders. Even they can grab the opponent legs when they are touching the ground. Due to the team spirit the games react very aggressive to win the match. - haripotter
Kickboxing is one of the hybrid martial art formed from the various elements of martial arts like mauy Thai and karate. Players are allowed to punch, kick and even below the waist except for groin and knees. It was practice for self defense, general fitness and contact sport. Click fighting, throws, sweeps and sybmissions are allowed so winning with out bloodloss is rare. - haripotter
Kunfu is Chinese martial art. Most of think the kunfu means a martial art but the real meaning of kunfu is "to study or practise or learn". History says that it was first thought by an Indian monk called"Buddha" in 495ad and then by another monk from south India called"bodhidarma" in 545. Then it was followed by many kingdom,now it has become parent for many new martial arts. It consists of many skills which classified as basic skills like flexibility, balance and stamina, power skills like meditation and soft and hard exercises an d combat skills with barehanded and weapon. It Includes all the moves and all the weapons we know. - haripotter
Wing chun is Chinese martial art which is mainly concentrated on striking and trapping. Grand master of martial arts bruse lee was a wing chun practise. Balance, structure and stance are considered as important for winning. Wing chun replies heavily on elbow strikes. Common target for elbow include face head, chin and chest. Whole body is used for maximum impact. - haripotter
Jiu-jitsu is Japanese martial art which emerged from various martial elements of Japan. It is practised to defeat an armed opponent with no arms or small weapons. As defeating the opponent with weapons are considered in effective. It is mainly focused on grappling and using the opponent energy against him. Judo is descentant art of this sport. - haripotter
If you don't think it's a contact sport, you clearly haven't played.
Nahh fam, soccer players are weak
Boxing is were to people are in a ring and the fight intl one is unconches or unable to play and there is up to 12 rounds in one game
Lacrosse is very aggressive!
Using techniques and practiced by aggression
This uses a life animal to jump huge fences. People brake bones, get concussions, and die.The are competing against the clock to jump 10-12 5ft and higher fences. The fastest rifer wins.
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2. Free Style Wrestling
3. Mixed Martial Arts