Bully Gets Slammed Into The Netherworld After Picking On The Wrong Kid

The bully in this video got more than he bargained for after sucker punching a boy who was much shorter than him…

In this clip that was uploaded to YouTube last Friday and has since been view more than a million times, a bully wearing a black t-shirt can be seen taunting his smaller classmate – dressed in a white t-shirt – as they walk down the school hallway on their way to class.

The two can be heard arguing (apparently the whole things was over some Snapchat bullsh*t) but then the boy in black decides to throw a sucker punch.

The shorter kid clearly didn’t want to fight; he walked away from his tormentor a number of times but the bully kept the chase up.

Normally in these situations, if the bigger dude gets off the first shot, it’s all over, rover. And it looks for a second like the boy in white is going to be on the receiving end of a beating but things turn out quite differently, indeed.

The smaller kid has something up his sleeve; a judo toss that would earn Ronda Rousey’s approval.

Jul 5, 2014; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Ronda Rousey (red gloves) takes down Alexis Davis (blue gloves) during the first round of a bantamweight fight at Mandalay Bay Events Center. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports – RTR3XAV1

He surprises all onlookers by lifting up his bully and body(/head) slamming him to the hard floor.

The kid in the black t-shirt ended up getting concussed after the ‘victim’ executed a fantastic slam and popped him once on the ground for good measure.

It’s yet to be confirmed whether the bully sustained any long term injuries as a result of this ass kicking but after a slamming like that, you’ve got to think that it wasn’t just his pride that took a beating.

Also, the way his left-hand curls up involuntarily at the end of the video; that’s called posturing and usually indicates a severe head injury.

And while we sincerely hope that isn’t the case, this just goes to show why you shouldn’t fu*k with someone just because they are smaller and (you think) weaker than you…