Fight Pass adds Glory Superfight Series and Eddie Bravo Invitational

February 11, 2016

UFC Fight Pass announced new content to its digital platform adding Glory Superfight Series and the Eddie Bravo Invitational.  The additions bring more content to Fight Pass.

According to the UFC Fight Pass press release Glory SuperFight Series will start on Fight pass in two weeks while EBI will appear in April.

Per the Glory press release, it states that UFC Fight Pass has licensed the Glory kickboxing library “including access to events and individual fights from promotions like GLORY , K-1, It’s Showtime, and others.”

Payout Perspective:

Fight Pass is making a concerted effort to expand this year.  Later this month, UFC Fight Night on Fight Pass will feature Anderson Silva taking on Michael Bisping in what is the biggest fight on the platform since its inceptions.  The addition of kickboxing and jiu-jitsu should satiate the combat sports fan that are fans of those disciplines.  While we will never see subscription numbers, one would think that the acquisitions would help boost revenue for the business.  For Glory, the move helps the company with its North American fan based.  As it no longer appears on Spike TV, it is finding a temporary home on ESPN.

4 Responses to “Fight Pass adds Glory Superfight Series and Eddie Bravo Invitational”

  1. tops E on February 12th, 2016 4:54 AM

    A lot of unhappy subscribers hahahaha

  2. Chris on February 12th, 2016 5:59 PM

    Great additions, more content is the key. Fight Pass is kicking ass. Eric Winter was a great hire.

  3. tops E on February 12th, 2016 10:09 PM

    Refund is in order hahaha

  4. jf on February 13th, 2016 12:33 PM

    Amazing for Glory and k1, I love kickboxing!

    @ tops E What are you referring to? Where did you get the information that a lot of unhappy subscribers are asking for refunds?

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