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As neither man remained dead, there would be no legal ground to charge either murder, or homicide.
If weapons were used, aggravated assault/batter would be the likely charge. If only fists and feet were used, then unless the prosecutor could show an intent to cause serious bodily harm, or death, aggravated assault charges would not be proper. Rather, the charges would be assault.
You fail to state whether one person was acting in self defense
, as this might make a difference in the prosecutor's charges as well.
Where self defense is not evident, both would minimally be expected to be charged with criminal assault and battery.
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