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Fetch TV Named Official UFC Broadcaster

Fetch TV will soon begin showing UFC Pay-Per-View events and other programming as part of a new broadcast partnership between the two companies.

Launching in time for UFC 214: Cormier vs. Jones 2 on July 30, Fetch TV will begin offering numbered UFC Pay-Per-View events for $49.99 each.

“We are excited to be in business with Fetch TV to grow our broadcast offering in Australia,” said Joe Carr, UFC senior vice president, international and content.

“Fetch’s sizeable subscriber base, along with its comprehensive network of ISP and retail partners offers UFC a unique opportunity to extend our distribution footprint to reach new fans and continue the dramatic growth of UFC’s brand and the sport of MMA in Australia,” Carr said.

Along with access to live UFC events, Fetch subscribers will also be able to watch over 150 hours of UFC studio programming.

“We are extremely proud to welcome UFC to the Fetch family. Today’s announcement represents another major enhancement to our overall content offering, with more to come,” said Scott Lorson, CEO of Fetch TV.

“Led by the phenomenal success of the UFC, the sport of MMA continues to grow in popularity and we are delighted to offer our subscribers an outstanding MMA offering in Australia, and to do so at unprecedented value.”

As part of the partnership, UFC Fight Night events and magazine programming will be shown on Fetch TV’s EDGEsport channel, available as part of the Fetch Vibe Pack for $6 per month.

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