Whats A Manlier Sport Football Or Hockey?

i have a bet with my friend that football is manlier than hockey but my friend disagrees and says that there is far more violence in hockey then there is in football what do you think


  1. Lane F wrote
    at 22:46 - 15th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Neither Rugby is

  2. Anonim wrote
    at 5:27 - 16th Luty 2010 Permalink

    football by far
    take the biggest nastiest meanest football player (who probably benches well over 500 and squats around 1000lbs) and pin him up against the meanest hockey player (who probably can only bench 200) and you tell me who wins the fight…
    The violence in football is 1million times greater. Take kickoff as a perfect example. You have grown men who have been lifting weights all their lives running as fast as they can literally trying to kill someone(because they still want to be on the team and make payroll because football is all they know). These people running that big and that fast are then met 40 yards down the field by another grown manchild trying to rip their head off.
    I’ve played both hockey and football… In hockey you get thos little kids who just kinda skate around slipping out of big hits. In football you are guaranteed to get ur sh*t pushed in sooner or later.

  3. Jim C wrote
    at 6:26 - 16th Luty 2010 Permalink

    I have to agree with the person above that rugby beats both by far. They don’t even wear pads, and the game is much faster-paced than football.
    As far as football vs. hockey, I don’t know what your definition of manly is, but hockey is pretty much constant action. You have to be tough, fast, powerful, skilled, and alert all at once, and you can’t ever let up for a second.

  4. greenwoo wrote
    at 7:19 - 16th Luty 2010 Permalink

    hockey with the fights clearly beats out football. But you could argue the football players have more variety and bigger sizes to deal with.

  5. jason151 wrote
    at 14:06 - 16th Luty 2010 Permalink

    rugby beats them all, no pads, no helmets

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