Fans that don’t follow Fight Circus might not be aware that Charles Bennett fought two Thai men while dressed up as a character from 1980’s movie Running Man last weekend. But you can relive the action, or at least some of it, on Instagram where the promotion posted a quick snippet of the two one one battle.

Bennett is no stranger to competing in Asia. During his days competing for Pride the American featured on fight cards alongside the likes of Fedor Emelianenko, Mirko Crocop, Dan Henderson and Kazushi Sakuraba.

But he has never been forced to fight two separate opponents simultaneously before. This is presumably the first time he has ever competed while wearing a spandex body suit originally designed for Arnold Schwarzenegger.

You can see some highlights of Bennett’s two on one fight with Bank and No Money here:


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Hardcore fans

If you want to watch the entire Fight Circus Presents: Running Man -The Musical show it is completely free to view on YouTube. But you will need to have nearly 12 hours spare, a running time that might intimidate even the hardcore fans who think nothing of sitting through a Rizin intermission at 5am.

For those of you who don’t want to give up an entire day we can tell you that Bennett lost. He was stuck in an armbar from Bank, or possibly No Money, while receiving some gentle ground and pound from Bank, or it could have been No Money.

Either way Bennett was the loser although he doesn’t have to worry too much about the result appearing on his official record.


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Weirdest matchup

The two on one fight wasn’t even the weirdest matchup on the card. That accolade probably goes to the ‘chocolate salty balls body builder boxing’. There was also a ‘hockey fight’ in which the ring was somehow transformed into an ice rink.

While Dana White probably wouldn’t have approved of some of these matches he would definitely have liked the ‘Gentleman’s Slap fighting Championship’. Or possibly not, the UFC head honcho isn’t always a fan of rival promotions who copy his business model.

The Running Man movie was set in the future. But I don’t think anyone involved in that 1987 hit could have imagined the future would end up looking anything like this.