He’s an adversary making appearances in all sports and in all walks of life. One of the weapons in his arsenal includes attacking his opponents inflicting various injuries. He is the master of neutralizing what makes you great, slowly sapping away talent and or skill whether it be speed, quick reflexes, agility or any other dominate trait. It can happen over the course of days, weeks, months, years.
He’s felled the careers of legendary figures such as Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson and many others. Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant most notably suffered his wrath when he ruptured his left Achilles earlier in the year.
“Each great athlete must someday bow to that perennial old champion, Father Time, even as I, for time eventually wins.” — Major Taylor.
Father time. He’s gone up against every single athlete and emerged victorious and unscathed. He currently has his sights set on boxing great Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Yes, Mayweather is still a great fighter. Everyone knows of the “Pretty Boy”