Here's another double negative sentence that could be "yes" or "no"-- why leave the reader in doubt?
So who among you doubts that football
isn’t the absolute xenith of sports evolution?
The answer is supposed to be "yes!" You know, yes, we agree football rules. That's what the rest of the article develops. But--
Who among you? indicates that few among you-- so no?
Doubts-- indicates no.
Isn't -- again, no.
And putting it as a question is that false collegiality that makes my teeth hurt.
I'm no mathematician, but I think three negative numbers multiply to a negative number:
-2 X -2 X -2 = -8, right?
Anyway, let us restate that in some way that is clear if not as clever:
Surely you realize that football is the absolute xenith of sports evolution.
You can't doubt this: football is the absolute xenith of sports evolution.
Or? How would you revise that so that the meaning is clear and accurate?