I have played both...soccer, basketball, football, tennis, karate and more...The best sport I will play till I die is soccer...but as a martial artists, I have come to find less stress depending on someone else to help me reach my goals. I was asked if I was given the chance to become a professional soccer play or a professional fighter...asuming the pay is the same, which will I choose? I would choose to be a professional fighter. Success depends only on me...
It all depends on the individual. Some thrive on being part of a team, others are more independent. Having played both I find myself more inclined to individual sports. For me, it has really nothing to do with the level of competitiveness, but more to do with me having a more introverted personality. I like to think people play sports because they compliment certain aspects of their personality.
by boberto6 years ago
Two of the largest Sports in the World today!!Which would you say is the better Sport!?Personally i could happily watch Football and never get bored, i think it is the best Sport in the World and involves a lot more...
by Michael Willis7 years ago
I received the e-mail from Hubpages asking for help with categories from hubbers. I responded and never heard back or saw any changes.I see a while back that "indvidual and teams sports" was added. (before the...
by scorpio7777 years ago
why cricket becomes most popular.most of the people in different countries are saying they only watch cricket than any other game .is it good for other sports
by caderade27 years ago
There are a lot of sports now but not all of them have time slots in ESPN. Of course Basketball and Football need their airtime, but I think some sports should have less airtime (like baseball and soccer) and some...
by Johnathan L Groom6 years ago
While it is famous worldwide, soccer is low in the ranks of favorite televised sporting events by most. Why? Should soccer get more American publicity?
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