The UFC has secured a fresh home in Brazil after reaching a cope with Band TV and revealing it’ll launch its UFC Fight Pass streaming service in the united kingdom starting January 2023, the business announced Monday.
It had been also announced that UFC 283 will need invest Rio de Janeiro on Jan. 21, the initial card back Brazil because the start of COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 with Charles Oliveira vs. Kevin Lee in Brasilia.
UFC 283 will need place at the 15,000-seat Jeunesse Arena, exactly the same venue which has held days gone by four pay-per-view events in the town. The newest one was headlined by Jessica Andrade taking the strawweight title from Rose Namajunas. The business hasnt announced a primary event.
UFCs cope with Globo and its own pay-per-view channel Combate will undoubtedly be over at the finish of the entire year, and the negotiations hit several roadblocks in the last year or two.
Without events airing on network television since 2018, UFC has secured a cope with Band which includes 12 cards airing on free TV yearly. All the cards will air on Fight Pass, at a monthly cost of $4.85 (R$24.90).
Anyone who follows this sport knows how important Brazil would be to mixed fighting techinques also to UFC, UFC president Dana White stated in a release. Brazil is among our biggest and fastest growing markets and contains produced the best athletes this sport has ever seen. Fight Pass will take our business to another level by delivering all our content right to our fans.
Plus, were teaming up with Band, one of the primary broadcasters in Brazil, that is likely to provide massive exposure for UFC and help us grow our group of fans and get this to sport larger than ever.