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Does more need to be done to control sports fans' rowdiness?

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  • Certain fans are getting pretty wild

    Some fans have died and some fans have lived. People are careful of what they do. People watch because they want to have to have fun and root for their favorite teams. Some just show love because that is were they come from. Now yes they are crazy but people know what they are doing

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  • I think sports fans are out of control.

    The reason I think this is true because. One day my dad sent a video of a soccer match in Bulgaria. People were throwing smoke bombs and fire crackers. From were my dad was sitting you couldn't even see the game. Also if you were seen wearing the other teams colors or clothes you would be in trouble with sports fans.

  • I think sports fans are out of control.

    The reason I think this is true because. One day my dad sent a video of a soccer match in Bulgaria. People were throwing smoke bombs and fire crackers. From were my dad was sitting you couldn't even see the game. Also if you were seen wearing the other teams colors or clothes you would be in trouble with sports fans.

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  • Sport fans are fine

    Claim: Fans in sports games should not be regulated.
    Warrant
    There are some fans that do bad things, but there are more that do the right thing.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    Time magazine “Every year there are outrageous fans. But we lose sight of the positive impact that fans have in the same season. Like when Miguel Cabrera for the Detroit Tigers earned the first triple crown in 45 years, Kansas City royal fans cheered like it was their own player.
    Possible Counterargument
    That was only one time.
    Response
    Also, everyone in yankee stadium cheered for Mariano Rivera even though it wasn’t their player. They cheered for him because it was his last home game of his career. He didn’t even do anything special and both fans were cheering for him.


    Warrant
    People control what they do
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    Debate.Org "People are careful of what they do"
    Possible Counterargument
    This many only be a majority of the fans, so why should we not regulate them so we can control the ones that are?
    Response
    Instead of regulating all of the fans, we can ban anybody who


    Warrant
    They are just trying to give their team an edge.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    If a sports fan boos its opponent. Its trying to get into their head, and most of the time it works so people keep doing it. In my opinion I think that it is the player's fault not the fans because they want to have their team win so badly, they will do anything to get them off their game.
    Possible Counterargument
    Shouldn’t there be people watching the fans and try to keep them from doing that.
    Response
    Since almost all the fans try to heckle the other team. The team attendance will go down a lot and the whole sports society besides tennis, croquet and other sports where everyone's silent besides little claps will all be gone.


    Warrant
    Most fans are compassionate for the other team as well.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    Almost every MLB fan applauded how Oakland Athletics pitcher Brandon McCarthy got up and continued to pitch after a ball that was hit smacked him in the head at over 100 mph. They applauded when the same thing happened to Gerrit Cole as well.
    Possible Counterargument
    This may only be some fans.
    Response
    It’s not only some fans when the whole stadium is full of clapping.




    Warrant
    Some sports are emotionally trying
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    According to Debate.Com, "but most sports, especially futbol and football, are an emotional sport." also, "(watching) the crowd go crazy after a goal or even a missed call."
    Possible Counterargument
    Other sports, on the other hand might not have an emotional tie, which means
    Response














    Warrant
    Sports fans are not that hard to control
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    If a fan is being to rowdy and out of control, the security can just kick the fan out. They can also fine fans if they commit multiple offenses.

  • Sport fans are fine

    Claim: Fans in sports games should not be regulated.
    Warrant
    There are some fans that do bad things, but there are more that do the right thing.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    Time magazine “Every year there are outrageous fans. But we lose sight of the positive impact that fans have in the same season. Like when Miguel Cabrera for the Detroit Tigers earned the first triple crown in 45 years, Kansas City royal fans cheered like it was their own player.
    Possible Counterargument
    That was only one time.
    Response
    Also, everyone in yankee stadium cheered for Mariano Rivera even though it wasn’t their player. They cheered for him because it was his last home game of his career. He didn’t even do anything special and both fans were cheering for him.


    Warrant
    People control what they do
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    Debate.Org "People are careful of what they do"
    Possible Counterargument
    This many only be a majority of the fans, so why should we not regulate them so we can control the ones that are?
    Response
    Instead of regulating all of the fans, we can ban anybody who


    Warrant
    They are just trying to give their team an edge.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    If a sports fan boos its opponent. Its trying to get into their head, and most of the time it works so people keep doing it. In my opinion I think that it is the player's fault not the fans because they want to have their team win so badly, they will do anything to get them off their game.
    Possible Counterargument
    Shouldn’t there be people watching the fans and try to keep them from doing that.
    Response
    Since almost all the fans try to heckle the other team. The team attendance will go down a lot and the whole sports society besides tennis, croquet and other sports where everyone's silent besides little claps will all be gone.


    Warrant
    Most fans are compassionate for the other team as well.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    Almost every MLB fan applauded how Oakland Athletics pitcher Brandon McCarthy got up and continued to pitch after a ball that was hit smacked him in the head at over 100 mph. They applauded when the same thing happened to Gerrit Cole as well.
    Possible Counterargument
    This may only be some fans.
    Response
    It’s not only some fans when the whole stadium is full of clapping.




    Warrant
    Some sports are emotionally trying
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    According to Debate.Com, "but most sports, especially futbol and football, are an emotional sport." also, "(watching) the crowd go crazy after a goal or even a missed call."
    Possible Counterargument
    Other sports, on the other hand might not have an emotional tie, which means
    Response














    Warrant
    Sports fans are not that hard to control
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    If a fan is being to rowdy and out of control, the security can just kick the fan out. They can also fine fans if they commit multiple offenses.

  • Wow, this page is REALLY bad

    So many lmvopj's that I dont know what to do. Basically, Claim: Fans in sports games should not be regulated.
    Warrant
    There are some fans that do bad things, but there are more that do the right thing.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    Time magazine “Every year there are outrageous fans. But we lose sight of the positive impact that fans have in the same season. Like when Miguel Cabrera for the Detroit Tigers earned the first triple crown in 45 years, Kansas City royal fans cheered like it was their own player.
    Possible Counterargument
    That was only one time.
    Response
    Also, everyone in yankee stadium cheered for Mariano Rivera even though it wasn’t their player. They cheered for him because it was his last home game of his career. He didn’t even do anything special and both fans were cheering for him.


    Warrant
    People control what they do
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    Debate.Org "People are careful of what they do"
    Possible Counterargument
    This many only be a majority of the fans, so why should we not regulate them so we can control the ones that are?
    Response
    Instead of regulating all of the fans, we can ban anybody who


    Warrant
    They are just trying to give their team an edge.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    If a sports fan boos its opponent. Its trying to get into their head, and most of the time it works so people keep doing it. In my opinion I think that it is the player's fault not the fans because they want to have their team win so badly, they will do anything to get them off their game.
    Possible Counterargument
    Shouldn’t there be people watching the fans and try to keep them from doing that.
    Response
    Since almost all the fans try to heckle the other team. The team attendance will go down a lot and the whole sports society besides tennis croquet and other sports where everyone's silent besides little claps will all be gone.


    Warrant
    Most fans are compassionate for the other team as well.
    Multiple Pieces of Evidence
    When the Detroit Tigers player Miguel Cabrera earned the first Triple Crown in 45 years, fans from the opposing team cheered him on like he was on their team. Also, almost every fan applauded how Oakland Athletics pitcher Brandon McCarthy
    Possible Counterargument


    Response

  • Certain fans are getting pretty wild

    Some fans have died and some fans have lived. People are careful of what they do. People watch because they want to have to have fun and root for their favorite teams. Some just show love because that is were they come from. Now yes they are crazy but people know what they are doing

  • No

    I may be on the wrong side of this argument but most sports, especially futbol and football, are an emotional sport. I'm not too big on soccer but I love to watch the crowd go crazy after a goal or even a missed call. I think that if there is more control, that the leagues will try to control more than what they should. Like safety in the NFL, they are way too controlling and I think that this would be the same way. Sports now of days are too power hungry and should back off on the fines and suspensions but not rowdiness of a crowd. Swearing and yelling are all part of the experience but if violence occurs, usually security can kick the fan(s) out of the stadium and that is the way it should be. If 90% of concerts have at least a little pushing, I think that people can handle some yelling and swearing.


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