I've spent about 10 weeks playing with UFC Fight Pass, the UFC's new digital streaming service that debuted in January by offering a two-month free trial.
Zuffa, the UFC's parent company, began charging $9.99 on March 1. Despite an offer of free service for media, I have chosen to pay for it out of my own pocket because it's the right thing to do.
In using it on an almost daily basis, and in comparing it to the new WWE Network that I purchased last week, I'm astounded at the level of vitriol that surrounds Fight Pass.
In this review, I'm going to try to explain what it is, who it is for and, most importantly, my experience using the service.
Clearly, it's a better product conceptually than in actuality now, but it's good enough as is that I do not plan to cancel (or accept the free offer).
For those who don't know, UFC Fight Pass is a digital streaming service that Zuffa officials have tried to position as a Netflix forRead More »from Why UFC Fight Pass isn't there just yet