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UFC Fight Pass confirms streaming deal with Glory

The Glory World Series kickboxing series has entered into a partnership with Fight Pass, mixed martial arts’ Ultimate Fighting Championship online viewing subscription service.

Under the deal, Glory SuperFight Series cards will be streamed live on the UFC Fight Pass platform.

Coverage will commence with the Glory SuperFight Series Chicago event on February 26.

UFC Fight Pass has also licensed archived content from events as well as individual fights from Glory and other kickboxing promoters such as K-1 and It’s Showtime.

Marshall Zelaznik, chief content officer for the UFC, said: “We are continually looking at ways to increase the value to our subscribers and Glory events will be a huge asset in our offering.”

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