I know there is a double standard that exists in the US when it comes to any physical altercation with a woman for men, but this guy is an idiot. Should she have punched him first? No. Should he have KTFO the girl? Obviously no. He used unneccesary force to combat her force. It would be like me pulling out a battle axe and slicing a guy in half for pushing me.
Having said that, anyone who says if the roles were reversed the consequences would've been the same is wrong. There needs to be change both judicially and in the home. Boys need to be taught not to punch girls and to treat them with respect and girls need to be taught that they can't use their status as a female as a impervious shield allowing them to lie, assault or blackmail men just because the law gives them every advantage. The sad reality is it's tough to fix stupid and it's even tougher to accept that sometimes these young men make mistakes that will follow them for the rest of their lives.
Saints fan with Jimmy Graham on team- "Best TE in football!" Saints fan without Jimmy Graham on team- "Overrated, past his prime, we already have a guy on the roster that's an all-universe player, I have some statistics that prove we didn't really lose Graham!"
That's my problem with baseball as well, how can a team like Houston only fielding a $44 million team compete against a $235 million LA Dodgers team? The problem with the NBA and MLB is over saturation of the market. The NFL is lucky it can draft from as talented of a field of players from college that 32 teams can be respectable. The MLB is basically 20 competitive teams and 10 farm teams while the NBA should probably only field 24 of so. Players like James distort the market because while he should earn $75 million a year based on his impact, he can take less due to endorsements and the endorsements he brings to teammates. I just don't want a scenario in the future where a team like Brooklyn fields a $200 million roster and Charlotte fields a $60 million roster.
This is why I'll never enjoy the NBA, there should be a max cap, none of this luxury bs. Implement a max cap, if you go over you lose draft picks and lose your top salaried player while still paying him money owed off the cap.
Maybe God will do us a solid and Steph Curry will come home in 2017. Also if he's really in a giving mood Jordan will be captured by the Monstars and forced to become the main attraction on their planet.