leedsquietman wrote:Lacrosse is not any more exciting than soccer.
How do you come to that conclusion? It requires more skill to pass and shoot with a lacrosse stick than it does to kick a soccer ball in a vague direction, physical contact is an integral part of the game, unlike soccer where you just prance around on the field and kick a ball once in a while and if two players do happen to run into each other they both flail around on the ground faking an injury for ten minutes like the pussies that they are.
leedsquietman wrote:Hockey has little skill involved, the players dump the ball in the corner and race to it like a bunch of 6 years playing soccer.
This right here is hilarious that you'd actually think this is a valid argument. Any retard can run around on a field and kick a ball. I guarantee that despite playing only one season of this pussy sport when I was all of 6 years old, I could go out on a field and at the very least hold my own with anyone who played soccer at a copmetitive level in high school or possibly even college. I would happily bet you $1000 that you couldn't suit up in full hockey gear and stand a CHANCE at keeping up with me (and I'm an out of shape 30 year old man who hasn't played in years due to a serious knee injury). Or a twelve year old who plays on a travelling team, for that matter. The skill required to skate in itself takes a sufficient amount of practice to master, and then add stickhandling, shooting, and hitting and it should be clear to anyone that there is infinitely more skill involved to play hockey.
As for the fights in hockey, they aren't a focal point of the sport for real fans, and they're nowhere near the quality of an MMA contest (obviously) but when they DO happen at least they're allowed to exchange blows and duke it out like MEN. Soccer players prefer to kick each other in the shins, pull pathetic cheap shots, and grab each other's dicks like the fruity little bitches that they are.
If I want to watch a serious fight, UFC/MMA or *some* boxing matches are preferable, agreed on that count.
We are, however, in agreement that the commercial culture and excessive advertising just dilutes the game (any game).