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If it was allowed would an arena with gladiators fighting to the death prove popular in modern times?

I think it would be packed out myself which just show how bad our intellectual & moral selves have deteriorated back to sensationalism of the good old days of the Roman empire which has many similarities to the present empire we are living under today, what do you think?

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  • Apr 15 2013: I as a teen believe for some reason that it would be accepted to some extent. If regulations were shown as to who could participate and it was totally voluntary there would be a large fanbase.
    Personally I don't agree as it would encourage violent behavior. Look at WWE, as a child I was so mesmerized by what they could do and usually fought with my brothers. Now that I'm a little more mature I belive that no human being has any right to decide what fate another humans life falls in.
    Inconclusion I think that this generation as much as we claim to be more sensitive while we sort of deattach ourselves from the more serious global issues, there is this part of some of us that like action in this context.
    But this is just my opinion.

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