Muay Thai Fighter Challenges Joaquin Montes To Bully Him, Even Gave Out His Location - The Daily Sentry

Thursday, December 20, 2018



Muay Thai Fighter Challenges Joaquin Montes To Bully Him, Even Gave Out His Location



Muay Thai Fighter Challenges Joaquin Montes To Bully Him, Even Gave Out His Location
Joshua Aaron III, the Muay Thai Fighter who wish to challenge Joaquin Montes
It seems that people still can't get over the bullying incident that went viral. In the video, a junior highschool from Ateneo who is also a martial arts athlete was seen beating up a fellow student after letting him choose between his dignity or getting beaten. This didn't sit well with the netizens and soon enough, memes and pages under his name are sprouting up.


Compilation

The video that was posted was obviously reported by some people this is why Facebook had been deleting it. And then compilations of the videos (yes, there are several videos that show how Joaquin Montes bullies people) photos, and other proof are being shared.

Challenger

Not long after that, memes and comments already started coming. One post that is being shared a lot now is a plea from Muay Thai Artist Joshua Aaron III who wish to challenge the Ateneo student.
Actual post of Carlos Jaysonic Ydokies who went viral after sharing the screenshot of the Facebook post of Joshua Aaron III challenging Joaquin Montes
Facebook profile of Joshua Aaron III, the Muay Thai Fighter who wish to challenge Joaquin Montes
Joshua posted a status where photos and screenshots of the said video were included since the video is getting deleted by Facebook. He captioned the photos by asking Joaquin to please bully him.


"Joaquin Montes ako yung i-bully mo pls. hahahahahaha punta ka sa kamias."
Joshua Aaron III, the Muay Thai Fighter who wish to challenge Joaquin Montes
Joshua Aaron III showing his Muay Thai skills
People's reaction

Judging from the shares and comments on his posts, people are very happy that Joaquin may have found his match-but only if he agrees with the match challenge that Joshua planted.


Others are asking for them to broadcast the video live in case Joaquin agrees, while some are calling out to sponsors to make the match possible.

Meanwhile, someone who is quick to ride on the joke even made a fake account, named it Joaquin Montes, and then commented on Joshua's post that he should get ready.

"HUMANDA KA"
While it is obvious that it is just a poser account, you can't help but salute the Filipinos who become united in sharing and raising awareness when incidents like this happen.