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Fight Circus 3 Postponed Due to COVID-19 – MMA Root




Full Metal Dojo’s Fight Circus 3 is out of the book at the moment, but will be back soon.

On Wednesday afternoon, FMD President Jon Nutt posted on his Facebook account that the event could no longer allow spectators at the Sea Galleri from Katathani Resort in Phuket, Thailand. Local regulations barred fans from attending the event, and Nutt explained that tickets would be refunded and potential attendees would be barred from entering. Late Thursday night, Nutt made another announcement: the event was postponed, but not canceled completely. Serdog confirmed the news with sources close to the situation.

Nutt explained: “Since last night, when I did last night – I met all my people, [a representative] of [the Katathani
Resort], I met with everyone, and last night we made sure we returned all the cash, no visitors were allowed, nothing did anything, we took care of COVID and made a COVID bubble. We tried our best.

“Unfortunately, again, I’ve met some of my new friends here and the show can’t go on,” Nutt said. “So, everyone who planned to come, you do not need to come. You do not need to come. It will probably save us some time and some money if you do not come. We want to do everything in the best interest to provide good, healthy domestic tourism and international tourism in the future.

“Unfortunately, the Fight Circus show is on hold – it’s on hold, we’re just moving it back, sir. Brightside. “Take care of yourself,” the FMD chief concluded.

Fight Circus 3 was to be broadcast live and free on the CamSoda platform, with a wide variety of overnight sessions scheduled. Each season had to go under a different set of rules, with fights ranging from lethwei to muay Thai to more unorthodox options, such as “New Generation Siamese Kickboxing” as well as a “Phone Booth Fight”.

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