Former Canadian Football League rivals Joe Kapp, 73, and Angelo Mosca, 74, buried the hatchet right in each other’s face as the two came to blows during a CFL alumni luncheon that took place last Friday in Vancouver.

When Kapp, former QB of the BC Lions, offered Mosca, once a defensive tackle for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, a flower as a gesture of reconciliation, the latter told the former to “stick it up your ass.” This didn’t sit well with Kapp, for who the 50-year-old wound of Mosca’s dirty tackle of running back Willie Fleming in the 1963 Grey Cup is still too fresh.

The crowd, initially mistaking the pair’s banter for friendly, didn’t intervene until it was clear that Kapp and Mosca were not engaging in harmless horseplay, but were in fact extended a feud nearly as old as the league itself