Earlier this month we broke down some preliminary details of the upcoming UFC digital network. While the full details won't be coming out until later this week prior to UFC 168, some knew information has come to light today.
First, the digital network will be named UFC Fight Pass. The service will come to MMA fans as a subscription service for $9.99 per month.
The first live event to be featured on the channel will be UFC Fight Night 34 out of Singapore. The broadcast will start at 6:30a ET, but will be available for immediate replay any time after for Fight Pass members.
While the PPVs, Fox, FS1, and FS2 shows won't be shown on the channel, the prelims that are currently available via Facebook and Youtube streams will move to the new digital network exclusively.
UFC Fight Pass will also eventually feature the full Zuffa library of MMA events. That includes all UFC events going back to UFC 1, Pride, WFA, WEC and a lot more. Additionally, the UFC plans to add exclusive behind-the-scenes content to the network.
Let us know what you think about the UFC Fight Pass content and price point in the comments.