JACK ANDERSON: We are in danger of losing ethical perspective of what sport is about

Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez battle it out in Las Vegas in September. Picture: Al Bello

Participating in sport is generally seen as a good thing for society. It has health benefits, both physical and mental. It can be a sociable activity promoting a sense of belonging, identity and inclusion, says Jack Anderson.

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