It's not assumptuous I've seen different fighters and fights in different weight classes. Many boxing matches are like exhibition matches where they don't try very hard and gas out pretty easily if they do put in effort. Their punches are mostly jabs and unvigorous straights. Many punches miss. They treat it like a hobby. It's completely unprofessional and I mean that as a personal criticism of the fighters.I find your remarks positively assumptuous, my good fellow!
How you would know this baffles me. Why you would post it baffles me even more.
Very sad state of things. Very unvigorous. They go for win via points and that's just way too gamified, no reason to have power then. Technique often isn't that good either. Overall unprofessional.
MMA has some good athletes, good power. Wins are generally by knockout or submission TKO. It's doing alright.
A mix. There are many people here, yourself included but not just yourself, that are typing out paragraphs unrelated to when/why new students quit martial arts. Which is fine, but made me laugh at this statement, so wanted to point out this statement both for yourself, and to emphasize for others.
Ah but the original point is that most places aren't training right, so why would they have many people going there.