I've never liked violence. At all. Violence hurts people and includes a significant risk of killing them. It's pretty much the worst thing you can do, as far as I'm concerned.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the visceral thrill of violence in my entertainment as much as the next testosterone-infused individual, but real, actual person-on-person violence? Scary stuff.
I've also never liked combat sports - that's just a game that includes violence so as to help you become good at it. Why would I play that game?
In the highly unlikely event that I'm ever engaged in violence, I consider the most ethical action to be that which brings a decisive end to it as soon as possible - regardless if that includes running away, crying, yelling, bargaining, pleading, lying, biting, pulling hair, kicking for the testicles, throwing things, or inappropriate groping of the genitals.
As far as I'm concerned, there's no honour to be found on the battlefield. If that makes me unmasculine... I can live with that.