Rugby based on the stats as they are protected by very little armour
In South Africa Rugby Union Players are paid an average of four times that of Football players who in turn urn more or less the same as the Cricket Players before the IPL Cricket Tournament was formed.
Soccer players are paid vastly more at the professional levels than rugby players
A Rugby Union players gets much more than Rugby League players. Rugby League players get between (in average) 80,000k-120,000k. The highest paid rugby league player earns 500,000k a year.
if you were a true football fan you would know that NFl is better than rugby the reason is because its more popular,the players are better and every player in the NFL is famoius and gets paid more
American Football is more violent than rugby because in American football you have 22 players crashing into each other while in rugby, except in a scrum, you only have people going after one player.
Football (soccer) started as a pro game much sooner and has been marketed world wide
Because Football pulls in alot more money than Rugby. More people pay to watch it on TV, they get higher attendances for matches, meaning bigger sponsorship deals, sell more merchandise and basically more people are interested in football & watch it.
football players get paid more
Both Rugby League and Rugby Union, gaelic football, croquet, hurling, ladies football, camogie
Rugby is a complete contact sport. A tackle in football is supposed to be contact free where in rugby, fully body contact is required, the players are expected to use their body as a battering ram (especially the forwards) - the rucking is done with the feet which means that there is high chance of injury. Rugby players don't wear protection like football players, therefore are much more vulnerable to injuries and concussions. Rugby is a much more continuous than football which has much more stoppages, altough some of the hits of football are quite hard, but everytime some one is tackled the game stops. Look at the rugby scrum, which is much more physical than a ruck.
Because it's a different sport
There are no real meaningful stats for this as many consider it unnecessary. The game has a police of gender inclusion
Which kind of football? That also includes rugby by definition. All sports have similar injury rates; the difference lies in the types of injury and where they occur. Association football injuries mostly feature the legs, particularly the ankles; rugby football, especially league, usually involve shoulder, neck and head injuries; American football often involves head and torso-limb joint injuries. American football originated from rugby, but generally on an average, rugby players get injured more often because they wear no padding(however, a select few in the scrum can wear scrumcaps, to stop their ears from being ripped off). The thory behind the no padding is that you can hit somebody as hard as you like, but you will also feel all of the effects. So if you hit and feel the effects, or hit and pretend you did nothing, which do you think would be more likely to injure?
Rugby player but there are more minor injuries like ankle rolls, sprains, and pulls, but football players receive more serious injuries like breaks and season enders. Both sports receive their fair share of concussions and bruises. They are contact sports. Crap happens. When these things stop happening the sports are gonna disappear because people watch these sports for the contact and injury. So no football players do not get injured more than rugby players and vise versa. I play both sports and watch both sports. This is just an opinion, but I believe it is fairly accurate
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Usually baseball players depending on skills and how long the cantract is
Football Players by far. Musicians are ugly. So r one legged guys ugh.
i think nfl football players
Usually baseball players.
Rugby - Little padding, longer studs tackling and not barging great players and excellent social life - what more could you ask for