Fox Sports is expected to unveil a new 24-hour sports channel this summer, and its arrival will likely signal the end of the UFC on FX and UFC on Fuel TV-branded events as they are currently known. read news >>
A Monday report indicates that Fox is busy with a major re-branding effort intended to ax sports from FX, and relaunch the Speed Channel and Fuel TV as Fox Sports 1 and 2. read news >>
- 6 months ago
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Just keep clicking the channel button on your remote, you'll find it eventually. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is headed back to its old stomping grounds on FX channel for the UFC 174 "Prelims" bouts, which take place this Saturday night (June 14, 2014) at 8 p.m. ET from inside Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. That's according to the UFC "How to Watch" page (via MMA Junkie), which appears to be in line with the FX channel schedule for this weekend (see it here). UFC "P read news >>
UFC Tonight will be moving from its current home on Fox Sports 2 (formerly Fuel TV) to its more prominent sibling, Fox Sports 1, on Sept. 11. read news >>
It’s been one of the worst kept secrets in TV land, but Fuel TV is officially going to get the re-branding treatment on Aug. 17 when parent company Fox launches Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. read news >>
Comcast subscribers will soon have access to UFC content on Fuel TV due to Fox Networks’ new programming agreement with the cable provider. read news >>
From the start of their relationship, the UFC’s partnership with the Fox family of networks had one of its key elements being to give the UFC a home network and in return, the UFC would help that network to grow. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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UFC on FUEL TV 4 is in the books, and FOX Sports has released video highlights from the event's two major matchups.
They include middleweights Chris Weidman vs. Mark Munoz and light heavyweights James Te Huna vs. Joey Beltran.
The video footage includes Weidman's stunning and vicious second-round knockout of Munoz in the night's FUEL TV-televised main event.
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- 2 years ago
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If you missed last night's UFC on FUEL TV 1 event, FOX Sports has you covered.
Following the event on the FOX-owned channel, officials released video highlights of all the night's big fights.
They include the event's "Fight of the Night" (Jake Ellenberger vs.
Diego Sanchez), "KO of the Night" (Stipe Miocic vs. Philip De Fries) and
"Submission of the Night" (Ivan Menjivar vs. John Albert), as well as
Ronny Markes vs. Aaron Simpson and Stefan Struve def. Dave Herman.
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- 3 years ago
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New UFC programming may be leaving Spike TV for Fox Networks in 2012, but the world’s largest promotion will continue to appear on Spike in the coming year. read news >>
The Ultimate Fighter 20 Finale airs Friday evening on Fox Sports 1 from Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. Major TV coverage of the season's conclusion commences at 9 p.m. ET and runs till midnight. Carla Esparza and Rose Namajunas will be squaring off for the first ever Women's UFC Strawweight title belt in the main event. This marks the first time, too, that women's fights are the majority of an Ultimate Fighting Championship card, with eight of the 11 bouts in the women's strawweight division. read news >>
Urijah Faber appearing on FOX Sports 1 instead of the pay-per-view lead to the show on Saturday night did 840,000 viewers, slightly above the 809,000 viewer average for such shows. The UFC 181 prelims, which featured Urijah Faber, did slightly above the usual average, with 840,000 viewers.The figure was up from the 624,000 viewers for the UFC 180 prelims, which was the Fabricio Werdum vs. Mark Hunt show. That prelims show had head-to-head competition from Bellator in the second hour. The prelims read news >>
Spike TV will add boxing to its slate of combat sports related programming in 2015, likely turning Friday nights into some iteration of boxing, kickboxing or mixed martial arts. read news >>
"The American Gangster" will return to TV as a MMA analyst. Fired from FOX Sports after testing positive for five banned substances in two different random drug tests, Chael Sonnen, a former UFC middleweight and light heavyweight title challenger, has signed with ESPN as the channel’s new MMA analyst, The Associated Press reported Tueday. Sonnen makes his ESPN debut at Friday’s SportsCenter, breaking down the upcoming UFC 180 pay-per-view card, which takes place Saturday night in Mexico City. "I read news >>