Earlier this week there was rampant speculation as to what the UFC’s ‘Special’ press conference before UFC 168 would be. Some believed it would be Brock Lesnar’s return, Fedor finally coming to the UFC, or any number of other speculations. In the end, it turned out to be the UFC’s unveiling of their brand new streaming service, UFC Fight Pass.
UFC Fight Pass will cost $9.99 to subscribe, and will give you access to the UFC’s full fight library including Pride, StrikeForce, Affliction, and fights from the UFC ‘dark ages’. It is essentially, Netflix for the fight fan. The UFC is currently allowing fight fans a free trial of the service until March 1st. The Fight Pass will supposedly have 150 live fights in 2014, that can only be seen on Fight Pass. The first event of 2014, UFC Fight Night 34 in Singapore, will be exclusively aired on Fight Pass.
If you missed the unveiling of the Fight Pass, you can catch the entire video below:
- UFC 168: What’s next for the main card winners?
- UFC 168: Anderson Silva breaks leg on kick (GIF)
- Ronda Rousey faces Sara McMann at UFC 170
- UFC 168: Post fight bonus winners
- UFC 168: Chris Leben to retire following loss to Uriah Hall?
- UFC 168 results: Anderson Silva breaks leg; Chris Weidman still champion
- UFC 168 results: Ronda Rousey defeats Miesha Tate by armbar in the third
- UFC 168 results: Travis Browne KO’s Josh Barnett
- UFC 168 results: Jim Miller submits Fabricio Camoes in Round 1
- UFC 168 results: Dustin Poirier KO’s Diego Brandao in Round 1
- UFC 168 prelim results: Uriah Hall and Michael Johnson pick up KO victories