EVEN the greatest of boxers know that there is one natural opponent you cannot beat – age. You may win some, as did Muhammed Ali and his old foe, Joe Frazier, whom he fought in the ‘Thrilla to Manila’ battle.
Yes, at a certain point, you could take a punch, as did Muhammad Ali against George Foreman in Zaire, where the dope-a-rope was born. At a certain point though, the body will not just take a punch on account of age.
That was the case for a 91-year-old who alleges a scuffle with an 83-old man has left him with a painful arm that is refusing to heal.
His adversary, Samson Simusa, of Simusa village in Mapanza village in Choma, is now appearing in court for assault after allegedly beating him following a land dispute.
Mr Simusa is accused of having beaten Andrew Muleya in Choma last November resulting in the victim sustaining injury after having his arm twisted and being punched on the cheek.
Source: Daily Mail