Contrary to popular belief, revenge isn’t a dish that’s only best served cold. It’s also quite tasty served hot, heavy-handed, and inside a ring. The latest example involves none other than professional boxer Tayden Beltran and his unnamed childhood bully.
In Beltran, you have a super featherweight who boasts a record of 3-0-1 and soundly lives up to his reputation/monikers – “The Heat” and “The Butcher.” In his not-so-reformed tormenter, you have a dropkick with zero striking ability who clearly hasn’t mellowed out since high school and has somehow managed to earn a contract with the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (side note: someone’s getting fired).
Here’s some extra context courtesy of Tayden “The Butcher” Beltran himself via Instagram:
For the last few months, this man has been messaging me, saying he was going to kill me in the ring and beat me to a bloody pulp.
We also went to high school together and he was a few years ahead of me. He would call me homophobic slurs and make fun of me for being in the Special Ed program along with other students.
We do dumb things when we're young but he continued to call me things like "retarded" over Instagram. When I say I fight to bring awareness to autism and other disabilities, I also mean I'll fight and defend it as well.
He got signed to the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, so he insisted that we box with no head gear. Him being a new pro with that organisation, I allowed it.
BKFC will really sign anyone.
The clip opens with the bully swinging wide before stumbling into the ropes. Beltran pops off with several unanswered jabs and hooks before unloading a flurry of body shots. The bully takes a knee. TKO. Fantasy achieved. Humility (hopefully) learned. But let’s not hold our breath.
Guess the other major lesson here – aside from the fact it never pays to be a lifelong prick – is to steer clear from blokes professionally known as “The Butcher.” You might just end up kissing the canvas and wondering why your entire nervous system is shutting down.
Check out Tayden “The Butcher” Beltran piecing up his childhood bully inside a boxing ring for yourself below. While you’re at it, read up on the psychology behind why men like the latter consistently bite off more than they can chew when it comes to a bit of fisticuffs here.