1. Boxing. Nothing can really replicate the excitement and energy of an evenly matched fight.
2. Football. Constant pushing, shoving and always the possibility of a great play. Both on offense and defense.
3. Soccer. Though low scoring, it is exactly that reason that when a team scores, the crowd just erupts. And the passion that people feel for their teams is unmatched ? whether in the Americas, Europe, Africa or Asia. Can't wait for the World Cup!
I love baseball because the game is slow enough that you can be social but still follow along. Nothing better than a sunny day at the ballpark with a hotdog & beer with friends! For action packed entertainment hockey is a good bet too!
I prefer full contact sports with rowdy crowds and nonstop action, so I like hockey a lot. It's rough and tough and the crowd can really get into the game. Plus, the fights can be just as entertaining as the actual match. American Football would be my next choice.
Even though it's generally low scoring, I'm a fan of soccer (football). Fans are so passionate - and the game is so intense that watching it live is always a rush. I'd second this with hockey - it's so fast-paced, you can't miss a single moment.
Basketball is a great sport to attend live. The size and design of the venues allow for anyone to follow the action from all angles of the court. Football, American and International, can at times prove difficult to follow to the untrained eye. It is also easy for non-basketball enthusiast to follow the game live.