Eleven will provide access to the fight via a Fight Pass subscription for a one-time payment of €20. Subscribers an also purchase an annual pass for €80 that gives them access to all Eleven content, including La Liga, Serie A and Ligue 1 football, UFC and Cage Warriors mixed martial arts, Euro Hockey League, Champions League handball, Premier League Darts and the World Cup of Darts.
Eleven recently strengthened its portfolio of rights in the country by securing the rights to show all UFC combat sports events live in Belgium and Luxembourg.
“We are committed to delivering world-class, premium sports entertainment for the fans and we are thrilled to bring this super fight between two legends of their sports exclusively live to fans in Belgium,” said Danny Menken, group managing director, Eleven Sports.
“Coming on the back of our acquisition of rights to UFC and Cage Warriors, this announcement underlines our commitment to growing and promoting fight sports while also creating a go-to destination that a growing and loyal fanbase can call home.”
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