UFC Fight Pass continues streaming deal with Cage Warriors until 2023
UFC Fight Pass has announced a multi-year extension of its streaming partnership with Cage Warriors, a London-based mixed martial arts promotion, in which UFC Fight Pass will continue to live stream Cage Warriors events through 2023.
“UFC Fight Pass is committed to providing premium content and exciting events to our subscribers,” said Crowley Sullivan, UFC Fight Pass vice president and general manager. “Cage Warriors has been one of our long-standing partners and continuously delivers action-packed maps. We are delighted to expand our partnership and look forward to the future.
Cage Warriors’ relationship with the UFC deepened in 2013 when Conor McGregor, then two-division Cage Warriors champion, signed with the UFC. Three years later, Cage Warriors made their UFC Fight Pass debut with Cage Warriors 75, featuring a card featuring current UFC athletes Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett and Jack “The Joker” Hermansson. Under the terms of the new agreement, the UFC Fight Pass will broadcast 40 Cage Warriors events over the next two years across FIGHT PASS’s global footprint in more than 200 countries and territories.
“We are delighted to extend our partnership with the UFC Fight Pass,” says Richard FitzGerald, President of Cage Warriors. “By bringing our brands together, we once again underscore our steadfast commitment to the European MMA community.”
This partnership offers Graham Boylan, President of the Cage Warriors the platform to continue to identify and develop the best European talents.
“Cage Warriors is the proven route,” he says. “Our team finds the best talent and presents the best shows in Europe. Some of the guys we’re seeing emerging from key markets like France and Scandinavia now are superstars in the making. “