How common is it for the bully to be weaker than the bullied?

Anonymous
Usually when you think of the word bully, it's a bigger, tough person targetting a weaker individual. This isn't what happened in my case as the bully.

Even though it's been many years since making peace with this person and having them as my now friend, I was the cowardly bully at the time. No one deserves it. If this person would've wanted to toss me on the floor, it would've been over that day. For some reason, the person did nothing and I continued bullying for nearly 3 years (5th to 8th grade).

I had to deal with 2 bullies (both were worse than how I was) at some point and it was then I understood what it was like being on the other side. So is that common, for the bullied to be the stronger (physically) person and yet to be scared of their bully who is weaker than them?
How common is it for the bully to be weaker than the bullied?
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