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Prior to UFC's debut in Fox Sports on November 12, the network will air UFC Primetime on October 30.
Fox Sports announced on Wednesday that they will air UFC Primetime on October 30 as a build-up to UFC’s November 12 live event. The one hour behind-the-scenes special coverage will feature the main event fighters from UFC’s network debut. And while the fighters that will headline the upcoming event is yet to be announced, the tournament is said to take place in Anaheim, California.
Fox Sports and the UFC recently announced a multi-year, multi-platform rights agreement that features programming on several Fox networks including FX and Fuel TV. Featured programming includes live fights, pre- and post-shows, countdown shows and several of UFC-produced original programs.View Article Source »
Ultimate Fighting Champion continues to expand world wide. Today, UFC President Dana White announced that they will also air on Fox Sports en Latinoamérica.
UFC’s global invasion continues to expand. Justo today, the company announced a new deal to expand the company’s appearance in Latin America.
Beginning this weekend’s UFC 119’s event, FOX Sports en Latinoamérica will air UFC programming that includes live fight cards. Plus the pre-recorded programming.
“South America is a huge market for the UFC,” UFC president Dana White stated in today’s release. “We look forward to working with FOX Sports Latin America to bring UFC events to fight fans all across the region.”
FOX Sports en Latinoamérica is a Spanish cable channel that broadcasts sports programming 24 hours a day. The network is frequently seen in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
In addition to this, FOX Sports en Latinoamérica will also feature the highlight of the show, “UFC Guerreros” plus a Spanish-language version of the “UFC Countdown” program that will preview each of the fight’s major events.
FOX Sports en Latinoamérica, based in Argentina, is one of the most top billed widely distributed Spanish-language pay television sports network in the world. Terms of the deal with the UFC were not yet released.View Article Source »
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