Who would’ve thought that a gay defeated a man in a boxing fiesta?
There are numerous fiestas in the Philippines and there are different events and variety of games, such as sack racing, “agawan buko”, street boxing, etc. A town in Silang Cavite became famous because of a video clip of one of their street boxing matches that was held inside the basketball court. But why did it became famous? Because a Beki (Gay) won and successfully defeated and dominated a man.
At the beginning of the match, both of them we’re given time to have their intros. First one is the beki, who showed different types of poses and acts that seems like from a cheering sort of dance. He modeled, jumped and even danced while the crowed we’re cheering for support. He even got a guy who held an umbrella over him.
Next one is the guy, who looks a bit older. Although not that fit but he’s not that obese also, therefore taking the challenge. He showed his dance moves, wiggling his but while his hands are up in the air. He even makes a pose taunting his enemy.
Both of them respected each other by touching gloves and then the round started by exchanging punches with each other.
The beki got a good hit at the man’s face therefore knocking him down. He still has energy to fight but it was already a point for the beki, though we’re not sure if this kind of fiesta games have point system like in the official one.
The man is then seen staggering to get up and some of the officials are asking him if he can still continue. They escorted him at the center of the court for round 2.
The Beki got another solid hit knocking the man down a second time around. We can see from his facial expression that he really gives his all in those punches.
The man stood up again preparing for the 3rd round. He tried to give a full swing but he missed giving the Beki a chance for a counter attack. A barrage of punches was thrown and knocked the man for the 3rd time. The officials then interrupted and declared the Beki as the winner.
Although the man lost, his sportsmanship is still intact. It was just a friendly game to hype up the people celebrating the fiesta. It was a good match overall.
The match ended properly after the 3rd knockdown. The crowd was very happy and everyone was shouting and supporter both of the boxers. These are the kind of events that you’ll normally see in Fiestas in the Philippines.
Most of us would probably think that a Man is stronger but a gay is still a man therefore having equal strength.
Here’s the video of the Beki’s intro:
And here’s the video of the match: