The UFC had previously announced their plans to launch a subscription based online digital network for the start of 2014. The network will provide the fans with a platform to watch live events, preliminary bouts, event replays, the Zuffa fight library, seasons of The Ultimate Fighter, original content and more.
While we were awaiting an official announcement about the digital network, it has been learned that the online digital network will be called “Fight Pass.” As for the price, it is very subscriber friendly at just $9.99 a month.
There appears to be a test page for the Fight Pass set up, which you can see here, The most interesting note about the network is that it will be subject to blackout rules.
Here is a look at the new online digital network for mixed martial arts fans:
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Perhaps the biggest selling point for the network will be the access of the fight library. From the UFC to WEC to PRIDE to Strikeforce and others, fight fans will have some of the most epic and memorable moments in the sport’s history at the tip of their fingers. It is essentially Netflix for fight fans.
Will you be throwing down the $9.99 a month to subscribe to Fight Pass? Sound off in the comments section below.