will be destroyed.
Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
will be destroyed.
Woah, what the hell happened to Big Redacted? From the looks of it, it appears he may have used the Forbidden Nickname for MSU. Sheesh, talk about playing with fire!
Surprisingly basketball causes the most career ending injuries of the major sports, but I think it's pick your poison. You can get messed up in hockey, but generally it's easier to avoid injury in a hockey game than an NFL game due to line changes and rules. There are, however, 82 games in the NHL plus best of seven playoffs as opposed to 16 games and one and done. If you want to have more recovery time with better face protection than the NFL is safer. If you want more grinding pain and less career ending pain with no mercy for your teeth, than the NHL is your game. Personally, I'd get destroyed in either. I guess the question is would you rather have Demarcus Ware rip you in half or Chris Pronger mash your face in the boards. FWIW, I played basketball in high school...
What about motorcycle racing?
I heard that it is skiing, which I find amusing considering that I have a beef with a skier in the family who dismisses football as just a bunch of guys hitting each other.
How about sky-diving?
But generally the injuries are more likely to be fatal.
I don't know all of the stats but I guess just by appearances MMA would seem to be the most dangerous. I watched something on MTV the other day called Parkour. I had never heard of it before but it is basically jumping over great distances (sometimes at great heights), ie; rooftop to rooftop. Not sure if either of these are, by definition, considered sports but both seem very dangerous.
I haven't seen that episode, that's frickin hilarious.
Does mountain climbing count?
Much lower statistically than cheerleading.
The obvious is always on TV
Cheerleading with it's throws and tumbling is statistically the most dangerous. If I had a daughter that was going to be a "flier" (the female cheerleader thrown in the air), I would pull her from the team.
Ummm... I was with you until you called cheerleading a sport.
At that point you lost me.