Who were the spectators during the fight in things fall apart?
The spectators to the wrestling matches came from the village and all of the neighbouring villages.
During the gladiator fights, the spectators would be cheering on their favorite, booing the ones they disliked and more than likely placing bets on their choice for a winner. At times, when a bout seemed to be a draw, the editor would try to judge the crowd and make his decision as to a win loss or draw based upon the crowd's mood.
Okonkwo becomes depressed for several reasons: He has nothing to do (particularly during festivals) He is exiled He is constrained against acting against the Christians His village is no longer manly His sons cannot join Ibo culture for at least 2 years The white man has taken over the village The Igbo will not fight the white men
How much of Vegeta is himself when he somewhat resists Babidi's magic yet kills innocent spectators and challenges Goku in Dragon Ball Z?
He's 100% himself. He states in the manga that Babidi has no control and Vegeta only did it for power. The reason he killed the spectators was to let Goku know he was willing to do whatever it takes to get the fight, just like when Goku aimed a blast at Supreme Kai. Vegeta has no influence whatsoever and it's even pointed out by Babidi telling Vegeta to do things and Vegeta flat out refusing…
Thers one popular sport in which neither the spectators nor the participants know the score or the leader until contest ends what is it?
I have two dogs one is a cocker spaniel and one is a boxer they fight all the time for food my boxer have bite marks on his ears how do i prevent this?
Gladiators were Romans or Greeks who were trained to fight other men or wild animals to the death, often with weapons, in front of an audience. The sport drew thousands of spectators who paid to see these battles. Football stadiums and football games bear striking resemblance to the gladiator tradition- men fighting men in a somewhat less violent match, in a coliseum or stadium, with spectators who pay to see it.