KEY POINTS

  • Chatri Sidyodtong contacted the mother of the bullied kid to accept his offer
  • Quaden Bayles went viral because of a video where he was crying because he was bullied
  • Several celebrities and sports personalities reached out to Quaden to show support

One kid captured the hearts of everybody after a video of a bullied boy went viral on the internet and personalities from all industries showed their support and condemned the act that was done to him. Most of them cheered him up and some wanted to give him a treat.

But for ONE Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong, the nine-year-old Quaden Bayles will be getting something that he will carry on forever.

The Thailand-raised martial artist posted on his social media that he will be giving the Quaden an all-expense-paid vacation in Singapore and martial arts training. The present hopes that Quaden, who has a condition called achondroplasia dwarfism, will make him “bully-proof” and he will be able to stand up on his own against the bullies. Sidyodtong also revealed that he was able to reach Yarraka, Quaden’s mom, and she accepted his invitation to The Lion City and have her son undergo training at EVOLVE MMA.

He also assured that he will be given the best training sponsored by Asia's largest MMA promotion, which was also posted by MMA Junkie.

“I just wanna let you know that you have a friend out here in Asia and I know you’re going through incredible suffering and pain,” said the Thai entrepreneur. “I want you to know that God gives the toughest battles to His bravest and strongest soldiers, and for sure, you are one of them.”

“To the parents and children out there, let’s stop this bullying. Let’s be kind to one another,” he said.  “The world needs it now more than ever.”

The viral video shows Quaden wishing to just end it all, asking his mom to give him a knife so he could kill himself. Celebrities and other sports personalities sent their messages and support for him while his mom is asking every parent to educate their children.

Chatri Sityodtong Chatri Sityodtong, ONE Championship CEO. Chatri Sityodtong, founder of ONE Championship, attends the Day 2 of the RISE Conference 2017 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on July 12, 2017 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Photo: Getty Images/studioEAST