ESPN Plus vs. UFC Fight Pass
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ESPN+ isn’t the only streaming service that dabbles in UFC content. In fact, the MMA organization has its own streaming service called UFC Fight Pass.
Available separately for the same monthly price as an ESPN+ subscription, UFC Fight Pass carries the entire UFC fight library, exclusive PPV preliminary fights, and over 30 other combat sports events from around the world.
ESPN+ and UFC Fight Pass are a one-two punch for the best UFC content. You’ll still need ESPN+ to watch the UFC’s exclusive Fight Nights and every UFC PPV event, but UFC Fight Pass will get you additional original series and the largest on-demand library of MMA content.
UFC Fight Pass is available in different countries and territories, and its content offerings vary depending on your location. While the streaming service airs UFC PPV main card events live internationally, U.S. viewers must wait about a month after the original event date to watch the full event replay on UFC Fight Pass. That’s about two weeks longer than when PPV event replays become available on ESPN+.
When push comes to shove, UFC Fight Pass is a good supplement but not a replacement for what ESPN+ offers. We recommend UFC Fight Pass if you want to watch the most combat sports action, with an emphasis on past MMA events and fights from other MMA promotions.