Could the Kardashians’ fakery be coming back to bite them? Celebrity bodyguard Mark Behar says he was unfairly edited on the show — and now he wants to fight Bruce Jenner to make up for it! Behar fought Jenner for a past episode shot in Nov. 2009 and re-airing today, and says he was edited by the Kardashians to appear as if Jenner won the match. “The ending of the match and the show was completely staged by the Kardashian Klan and ringmaster Kris Jenner,” Behar tells RadarOnline.com exclusively. Click through these 13 photos that he claims prove that everything about Keeping up with the Kardashians isn’t quite as it seems.
Behar has worked as a personal security and bodyguard to some of Hollywood’s most elite A-listers such as Jennifer Aniston, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jim Carrey, but got his a taste of reality TV stardom during what he calls the “highest-rated episode of Season 4” of Keeping Up with the Kardahians, when the family joined in a boxing bout.
“Rob Kardashian’s fight was the first fight, then Bruce Jenner and I were the second fight and Kim Kardashian’s fight was the final ‘main event’ fight,” he tells Radar. "Because of the one-two hour delay and holding up of the entire fight card, I was told that my three-round fight would only go two rounds max, because they needed time to get the ‘main event match’ in for the charity and the girl that it was being held for who came to watch the event and cheer role model Kim Kardashian on.”
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“There were supposed to be five Kardashian fights, but after Rob got knocked out, Khloe Kardashian and Scott Disick backed out of their fights and the show and its taping was stopped by Kris, I convinced Kris to let the other two fights continue and go on,” Behar says. “I told Kris, ‘I promise you that Bruce will not get hurt and he will be back home at the table for Thanksgiving, which was coming the next few weeks.'”
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“Also I promised Kris that I would NOT hit Bruce anywhere on or near the face because I was told by members of the shows staff that he was due to have corrective surgery on his face to repair a surgery that went bad a few weeks prior,” claims Behar. "If you watch the match, I lived up to my promise. They didn’t live up to theirs.”
Behar adds, “I was told after the second round to just stay in my corner and not come out for the last round. I said fine. I was never knocked down or out, and he never beat me at all. The whole ending that aired on the show was entirely made up! I hit the canvas once because Bruce stepped on my foot.”
“The Kardashians were all training months prior to their matches and we had no boxing training or experience whatsoever except for a few hours on the day before the fight occurred,” Behar tells Radar.
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“It was like I was being thrown to the lions. I knew nothing of what was going on, or what was happening. The Kardashians knew everything,” Behar says. “They never gave me any answers when I asked several times what was happening.”
“The editing made it seem and look so much different and wrong, to sell Kim Kardashian, the main fighter,” Behar says. “Just like in professional boxing, it is all about selling the contender and the fight.”
“They stopped my match several times over and over again because my head gear wasn’t on securely. It really didn’t fit and was turning all over my face,” he tells Radar. “Of course, they never showed this and it was also cut out when they edited the show.”
“None of my gear was fitted for me and it was all given to me just a few hours before the fight in the dressing room,” Behar says. “I had no time to see if what I was wearing was going to fit. Meanwhile, the whole Kardashian family’s gear was all customized to fit and also custom-tailored for them looks and style wise.”
Five years after the fight, Behar is challenging Jenner to a rematch! “They told me to take a dive, now I want a rematch to give the fans a real fight,” Behar tells Radar.
“I am willing to donate up to $1000 of my own money,” Behar tells Radar. “I have individual sponsors that will both donate up to $1000 each to both of the following charities if Bruce Jenner accepts my invite for a boxing rematch.”
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“The St. Judes’s Children Hospital and the MLMP Foundation ‘My Life My Power’ for children and ‘Kids That Have Been Bullied,’ which is run by former WWE ‘Tough Contender Winner,’ Daniel Puder, are all willing to throw down if Bruce Jenner accepts my challenge,” he claims.