Australian professional boxer Danny Green is well known for throwing heavy punches inside the boxing ring, but he's thrown his biggest shot of all on social media in the direction of Trudi Lenon - the woman found guilty of murdering a teenage boy with Asperger's syndrome.
She was brutally attacked by her fellow inmates at WA's Bandyup Women's Prison in the early hours of New Year's Day.
After hearing of the news regarding Lennon's attack inside the prison, Green took to his personal Facebook page.
Green labelled both Lennon and Jemma Lilley "mutts" as he showed his gratitude to the individual who carried out the prison act on Lennon.
The heavy hitter however wasn't finished there, Green finished off his post with "I hope you get an infection and die a horrid and slow and obscenely painful death you foul mutt."
The post which still remains on Green's personal Facebook account received over 4000 likes and was shared more than 190 times.
It also received one notable comment from Veronica Desmond, Aaron Pajich-Sweetman's mother, who wrote: "Thank you for your support Danny. I'm Aaron's mum and life is very difficult now much more than it was."
WATER FROM KETTLE 'POURED ON MUM'
Fresh details have emerged about exactly what happened when a Perth mother-of-three was set upon inside prison.
It was revealed on Tuesday that Lenon, 43, suffered burns, but new information suggests she had hot water from a freshly boiled kettle poured on her.
Perth Now reports Lenon was waiting in line to receive medication early on December 31 when an inmate approached. Guards intervened and provided emergency first aid before she was transported to hospital via ambulance.
Lenon is in Fiona Stanley Hospital recovering. She has been in custody awaiting sentencing for the murder of Aaron Pajich-Sweetman, an 18-year-old boy she killed in June 2016.
A Fiona Stanley Hospital spokeswoman confirmed Lenon is still recovering and was in a stable condition.
WA Police confirmed to news.com.au Midland detectives are investigating an incident that occurred at Bandyup Women's Prison on January 1.
"At approximately 8:00am, a 44-year-old female prisoner was assaulted by another inmate. The woman received serious burn injuries and was conveyed to Fiona Stanley Hospital," a WA Police spokesman said.
On Wednesday, Aaron's parents Keith and Veronica said "karma" had played a role in her attack and "we have no sympathy for her".
Lenon and supermarket worker Jemma Lilley, 26, lured the 18-year-old to their Perth home before stabbing him to death in June, 2016.
In December last year, it took the jury at the Supreme Court of Western Australia less than three hours to find both women guilty of murder.
Both Lenon and Lilley will be sentenced for the crime on February 23.
Aaron Pajich first crossed paths with Trudi Lenon when he became friends with her 14-year-old son.
Lenon and her children lived with Lilley, who had been obsessed with murder for much of her life.
During the five week trial at the Supreme Court of Western Australia, the jury heard Lilley attacked him from behind soon after he arrived at the house. She overpowered him and tried to strangle him with a garrotte before Lenon joined the fight. She held him down while Lilley took to him with a knife stabbing him to death.
Once he was dead they wrapped his body in a locked room. He was later buried in their backyard.
Mr Pajich's body was discovered a week later, buried under a DIY patio allegedly constructed by the pair after his killing.
The pair had also bought cleaning products and concrete in the lead-up to the murder during trips to Bunnings. The trips were also used to buy 100 litres of hydrochloric acid which they likely planned to use to dispose of Mr Pajich's body.
The evidence during the five week trial was so gruelling the judge offered them free counselling once the verdicts were delivered.
Lurid Facebook messages between the two women emerged during the trial, revealing how their bizarre relationship intensified in the lead up to Mr Pajich's murder.
Detectives used the messages against Lenon, repeatedly telling her they were evidence of them planning a murder.
"I didn't plan any of it," Lenon said. "I didn't bring him there for her to kill."
In the final message extracted by police at the time, Lilley allegedly wrote: "I feel as though I cannot rest until the blood or flesh of a screaming victim is gushing out and pooling on the floor … I cannot shift this belief that the world has become not only ready for me but it needs me to be ready."
Prosecutors claim Lenon replied: "It is definitely time — I am ready, you are ready."
That exchange took place 13 days before Mr Pajich's murder.
- With AAP and Andrew Koubaridis