For the second time thanks to COVID-19, Full Metal Dojo has been forced to postpone its Fight Circus 3 event.
Thursday that Fight Circus 3 was again delayed due to the pandemic. The event was scheduled to take place on June 19 at the Sea Galleri by Katathani Resort in Phuket, Thailand. Unlike the previous postponement, it was not necessarily because of specific local regulations regarding COVID-19 that forced the event to be postponed, but it stemmed from COVID-19 reasons.
Full Metal Dojo created an animated analyst named Brandi Mae, who announced that the fight card is disabled. “Fight Circus 3 has postponed again, damn… but for now, we’ll never know what magic Jon Nutt and CamSoda might have conjured up. Our sincere apologies, but just because the monkey is behind your back doesn’t mean the circus has left town.
“Fight Circus will be back, rebooted and rad like hell,” she concluded.
Once completed, Fight Circus 3 will be streamed live and for free on the CamSoda platform, with a wide variety of fights scheduled throughout the night. Each fight would be fought under a different set of rules, with matches ranging from Lethwei to Muay Thai to more unusual battles, including “Next Generation Siamese kickboxing” as well as a “phone booth fight”. At this event, promoter Jon Nutt and longtime fighter Bob Sapp will train teams against each other.