'MMA fighter' takes on guard after being denied entry to condo -- and gets owned

A fight broke out between and a burly man a security guard at USJ One Condominium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

According to a caption on videos of the incident posted on Discover Subang Jaya, the dispute arose after the guard allegedly refused to allow the man to enter the residential area of the condominium. 

The latter had apparently wanted to look for his friend to collect debts. This however, cannot be verified.

The duo then got into an argument, which escalated into a fight thereafter.

In the videos, the burly man clad in a black singlet can first be seen exchanging words with the security guard. 

He then gave his physically smaller counterpart a hard kick behind the knee.

The guard responded by charging at the man's waist and taking him down.

In a move reminiscent of that seen in MMA matches, the man then flipped the guard and got on top of him in a domineering manner.

At that point, two of the guard's colleagues intervened, and eventually subdued the man. They secured the agitated individual with ropes before the police arrived to take him away.

It is unclear what happened thereafter.

After videos of the incident went viral, netizens have taken to Facebook to criticise the man's actions.

Said a CL Lee on Facebook:

"So, have u learned a lesson now, thug? This is Malaysia, do the ways we do, but NOT your ways. Shame on you."

Quipped netizen Jayson:

"I see a guy doing his job, and another guy testing if they are doing their job."

A Jr Wong said:

"He (the man) loses in personality and attitude, not size or fighting skills."

Another netizen has posted a screenshot showing a comment apparently made by the man in response to what happened.

Read the comment made by a Durriush Kha Lili:

"Guys it's a long story. It's me there, I didn't intend to hurt anyone. I could have fought back easily yeah, I just threw a few kicks to keep him away, then these morons jumped me. 

"I didnt even fight back, I'm not dumb, I don't want problem with the police. For me it's just funny man, I admit my mistake. I slapped him which I said sorry, and they all did too.

"It was just a big misunderstanding.

"And to the guy who was recording, f*** you!

"Stupid Internet twerps, ain't got nothing better to do." 

*Parts of the man's comment have been edited for grammar.