Details: Catch UFC Fight Night 34 on the all-new “UFC Fight Pass”

On Saturday, the Ultimate Fighting Championship took a new step in its technological evolution by launching an online network called “UFC Fight Pass”.

The network will feature exclusive LIVE prelims, newly created and exclusive content in addition to unprecedented on-demand access to parent company Zuffa’s vast mixed martial arts video library.

Moreover, with a two-month FREE trial to get things going, UFC Fight Pass is set to deliver a minimum of ten exclusive LIVE events per year.

“We’re very excited to announce this unique subscription service for our great fans. As the demand for live UFC events around the world continues to increase, we’ve responded by planning more big shows in international markets in local primetime,” quoted UFC president Dana White, in a press release unveiled by UFC officials. “In 2014, there are going to be more international events than ever before – but we wanted to make sure that fans around the world could see these fights too.”

“The UFC has always been ahead of the game when it comes to new media and new technology,” White said. “We are putting together some sick cards in international markets and with UFC Fight Pass fans never have to miss a single UFC event, no matter where in the world the fights are taking place.”

Three international events have already been scheduled for the all-new fight pass including UFC Fight Night 34 (AKA UFC Singapore) on January 4th, UFC Fight Night 37 on March 8th and a third foreign fight card targeted for the month of March as well.

While the fight pass will be the place to go to for LIVE prelims on major UFC PPVs and televised cards, UFC Fight Pass will also offer unparalleled on-demand access to the biggest MMA fight library in the world.

“Zuffa has the biggest fight library on the planet, and with a UFC Fight Pass subscription, fans will get access to thousands of fights from the entire history of the sport. This is what fans have always wanted – we are giving them the keys to the candy store,” White said. “Subscribers will be able to watch, on demand, the greatest fights and greatest fighters in the entire history of this sport. And I mean everything, from Royce Gracie, Matt Hughes, Chuck Liddell and Anderson Silva, to Frank Shamrock, Wanderlei Silva, Kazushi Sakuraba and Fedor Emelianenko.”

Subscribers will be able to access content from the archive which includes two decades of UFC fights and the video libraries of other defunct MMA organizations including PRIDE, PRIDE Bushido, Strikeforce, EliteXC, the World Fighting Alliance, Affliction Entertainment and the WEC.

“If you are a fight fan, UFC Fight Pass is for you,” White added.

UFC Fight Pass will initially launch in the United States, Canada, New Zealand and Australia, with a USD$9.99 price point per month in all four markets. Content will vary according to local television blackout rules.

A free two month trial starts now through February 28th, 2014 providing access to LIVE fights starting from the UFC’s first ever event in Singapore, and prelims.

So fight fans, if you want to catch UFC Fight Night 34 in its entirety including other exclusive array of content, you will have to subscribe to the UFC Fight Pass.

Visit UFC.TV/FightPass to start your subscription today.

*Source: Press Release, UFC


Thinesh John is a Singapore-based MMA journalist. You can check out some of his work over on Follow him (@ThineshJohnMMA), and be sure keep up with the latest Asian MMA news from on Twitter (@FightSportAsia) and Facebook


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