Only the word"bare-knuckle" automatically activates off preconceived ideas of something that's extremely violent, before they actually understand what's going to really occur.  Here are a couple of facts that most are unaware of.

Regardless of what a battle seems to be, generally, the boxing gloves (which is also called ‘ guantes boxeo ’ in Spanish) really cause more harm to some fighter than just getting stuck with a bare fist.  

Yes There are lots more cuts, bruises, and swelling around the face that will obviously happen from being on the receiving end of these strikes, and there'll be a great deal more blood giving away the impression it is dangerous and violent.

When being struck with a glove, the harm on the outside of the mind seems to be safer.  On the other hand, the harm is taken on the inside of your mind.  

Obviously, if you would like thriving marketing where you are able to find a couple more audiences aside from the tough maniac aficionados and go mainstream with your merchandise, it would be smart to give this off a "safer" picture and proceed with the gloves.

When attempting to market a TV program, for some strange reason that never made sense for me personally, it was important to make the product look safer than to really re-educate the audiences and really be safer.  

God forbid we actually made boxing more secure with protective headgear, etc., that is just for amateurs who take part in events at which a fantastic proportion of those audiences are fellow students, friends, and family which makes it more of a"display" compared to"the real deal".