Two 73-year old former CFL players, Joe Kapp (former B.C. Lions’ and Minnesota Vikings quarterback, actor, Cal head coach and B.C. GM) and Angelo Mosca (former Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ defensive tackle and professional wrestler) got into a fight recently and it was slightly disturbing. They exchanged cane blows, punches, bull rush moves and more at the CFL Alumni Legends Luncheon in Vancouver on Friday, Nov. 25, just two days before the Grey Cup. Not the best look for either former player.
According to Sports Grid the bad blood goes back to their playing days:
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Mosca put a hit on BC running back Willie Fleming that many thought was dirty, Kapp included. Apparently, Kapp wouldn’t shake Mosca’s hand after the game. Hence, bad blood. 48 years’ worth of bad blood, to be exact. Because when Kapp and Mosca crossed paths at a CFL alumni event leading up to this year’s Grey Cup, well, this happened: