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16 of the most dangerous traditional games played around the world

In America, grown men hurl themselves at each other at insane velocities, often resulting in devastating outcomes. We call this sport "football." The US isn't the only country that loves violent and dangerous activities, however. Traditional games from all around the world — from cheese rolling in the UK to horseback wrestling in Kyrgyzstan — reveal just how strongly people have an urge to get physical.
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