UFC Fight Pass to Carry Glory Super Fight Series, Eddie Bravo Invitational

By Tristen Critchfield Feb 11, 2016
UFC Fight Pass has expanded its repertoire beyond live mixed martial arts.

Fight Pass general manager Eric Winter announced on Thursday that the promotion’s digital streaming service will now carry Glory Superfight Series kickboxing bouts as well as Eddie Bravo Invitational grappling events.

“We haven’t just added some kickboxing and BJJ to Fight Pass,” Winter said in a release. “We partnered with leaders in both sports.”

The first Glory Super Fight Series bouts will appear on Fight Pass on Feb. 26 as part of the Glory 27 lineup. That portion of the card will be headlined by a matchup between Joe Schilling and Mike Lemaire. While the Super Fight Series will be shown on Fight Pass, the Glory 27 main card will continue to air on ESPN3. However, the 27-event Glory archive will be added to the Fight Pass archive. In addition, seven It’s Showtime cards and more than 100 K-1 events will now be included in the streaming library.

Meanwhile, the next Eddie Bravo Invitational event is slated for April 24, when EBI 6 hits Los Angeles. According to the release there will be five EBI offerings on Fight Pass in 2016, and the organization’s previous events will be available for viewing immediately.

“EBI uses the same weight classes as we do in the UFC, and the rules are set up to encourage athletes to be very aggressive and go for submissions from start to finish,” Winter said. “The result is an exciting product that I know our loyal FIGHT PASS customers are going to love.”

Glory Super Fights Series and EBI join a growing Fight Pass lineup also includes the likes of Invicta FC, Pancrase, Victory FC, Shooto Brazil, Titan FC, Brace MMA and Eurasia Fight Nights.


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