Plus a 50% discount is mentioned for signing up for the year in the next two weeks so wealthy Brazilians can get PPV’s for $2.30 a month in 2023 while poor Americans are now paying $80.
Does that make any poor American want to “support the sport” at $80 a month?
“The UFC Fight Pass Brazil product is going to be the single most important content decision that we’ve made in Brazil, because now we house everything. You pay for Fight Pass, you get everything.”
UFC Fight Pass Brazil is set to air every single UFC event for R$ 24,90 a month (approx. $4.60), as well as LFA, Shooto Brazil, Cage Warriors, Polaris, and more. On top of that, fans get a 50 percent discount signing up for the entire year if they do it on the first two weeks of 2023.
Asked how many subscribers the UFC expect to draw to UFC Fight Pass Brazil ahead of UFC 283, Shaw joked they’re aiming at “a good chunk” of the 220 million people who currently live in Brazil.