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Given the choice to fight a peer after school, or keep his 5 pm boxing appointment, Mr.
Cancellare always chose the ring.“I can’t say boxing saved my life or anything like that.
But it’s also enfranchised a whole bunch of ‘fans’ whose opinions change seemingly on a whim - fighters are ‘bums’, ‘the best ever’ or ‘chinny’, based on watching a snippet of highlights on Youtube.
Even more troublesome, we have even seen Anthony Joshua abused for having the audacity to appear in a Mosque, which shows that opinions on boxers can often be based on personal biases and prejudices rather than in the ring ability.
On top of that we have PPV's - most of which aren't worthy of PPV status: in short, the general public have grown tired of being conned (both Harrison and Haye can take their share of the blame here...) Add to this - every man and his dog seem to be online waffling into their webcam giving previews and reviews of fights.Also fans can often get bogged down in pointless arguments about insignificant issues and, let's be honest, people love to have a good moan about anything - not just boxing!I think it's critical that the media tell the truth and don't turn in to PR puppets for promoters and objectivity must be maintained at all times.Boxing teaches you that’s the best way to be in any situation in life.”Calm, cool, and collected.As 2017 gets into full swing we thought it was time to reflect on the way that boxing is perceived, so the question we asked our online team this week was: are boxing fans and the media too negative about the sport?