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Tommy Hayden Faces Jason Ponet at Full Metal Dojo 15: ‘Come out to Play’

Tommy Hayden, Full Metal Dojo
Tommy Hayden

Full Metal Dojo 15: ‘Come out to Play’ is set for the Insanity Nightclub in Bangkok on November 4 and will be headlined by a lightweight title fight between two international superstars. American UFC veteran Tommy Hayden (11-3) makes the first defence of his sword against Jason Ponet (16-11-1-1).

The staff at FMD believes belts are for keeping your trousers up, so they provide their champions with Samurai Swords. Hayden won his by beating fellow UFC veteran Will Chope by unanimous decision in February and will be defending it for the first time.

Hailing from France, Ponet is no stranger to title shots. In his last match he challenged for the Cage Warriors lightweight title and, like Hayden, he has a one hundred per cent winning record inside the FMD cage.

Full Metal Dojo CEO Jon Nutt thinks that fans of the cult 1979 movie ‘The Warriors’ will be in for a treat on November 4th,  “This Warriors themed Halloween Party with fights in the middle of the dance floor is going to be so much fun. If you haven’t been to Bangkok yet, you should,” said the charismatic FMD spokesman.

Full Metal Dojo (FMD) is Thailand’s top MMA promotion and features the best up and coming talent from Thailand as well as veteran fighters from all over the world. Formed in 2014, this Bangkok based organization has put on over 108 fights in four different venues.

For more information:

Website: www.fullmetaldojo.com
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Twitter: www.twitter.com/FullMetalDojo
Youtube: www.youtube.com/fullmetaldojo
Contact: info@fullmetaldojo.com

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