The Most Fun Sports To Watch in America

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Guys know that the sport which is the most fun to watch is Women’s Volleyball, but mainly because of the prospect for a “wardrobe accident” in full daylight rather than any athletic ability. And, until a few years ago, NASCAR was touted as the most popular spectator sport in America. But, viewing habits and TV tech have changed so much, it’s time to reassess the list. Here’s what we came up with…
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PGA

Men’s golf was right up there until the spectacular flameout of Tiger Woods in the last few years, despite the fact it’s impossible to see a tiny, white ball on the screen. After Tiger’s fall from grace, golf went right back to what it really is: Boooorrring…
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BOXING

Boxing is probably rigged, so that takes the edge off. But, when Mike Tyson exploded on the scene, it didn’t matter since most fights were over before the third round. Once he self imploded, the turnout is mostly in the arena…
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NHL

Hockey is exciting to watch – when toothless dudes bumfight at center ice. Aside from that, it’s almost unwatchable on TV since you have to assume the cameraman is wearing binoculars. How else can you follow that tiny puck around?
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NASCAR

Auto racing is so 1990s. How long can you watch 50 cars driving in circles? The worst part is not what happens to the eyes, it’s the ears that need protecting. The only reason to watch is to witness a car crash from fender bender to aerial takeoff. But, we can just take a drive on any highway to see that up close…
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL

College football is right up there, but the level of athleticism is still all about the cream rising to the top. Until those guys make it to the Pros, the sport is just too local to go nationally nuts over…
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NCAA

The college basketball season is long and drawn out and suffers from the same geographical loyalism as the college gridiron. What makes the difference are the NCAA Finals, when unknown athletes flash and burn like supernovas right on national TV. Now, that’s drama…
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NBA

Most indoor, clock-driven pro sports provide a very steady, reliable stream of competition that any fan can get behind. But the increasing athleticism and the constantly evolving nature of pro basketball makes it one of the most fascinating sports to follow in any market…
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MLB

Baseball was “America’s Pastime” for more than a century, but the glory days are over. Why? The game is slow, it takes 9 months to shakeout the final combatants and, for the novice, the rules can be kinda confusing. But, it’s still a close call…
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NFL

Until you get to pro football. The beautiful thing about watching the NFL is that there are just a few games each week in a short season, the ball is easy to see on TV, the bruising action is just incredible to witness and, of course, it ends with the Super Bowl. What’s more watchable than that? Oh, yeah. The commercials…
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