(Previous ‘Ring of Honor’ event pictured above: screenshot from YouTube)
The streaming service for combat sports FITE TV, which features both free and paid content, is offering a veritable smorgasbord of fight programming this weekend.
FITE TV’s busy fight card – 16 live events – starts tonight, at 9 pm ET, with the Ring of Honor (ROH) 15th Anniversary Pro Wrestling Pay-Per-View (PPV) event from Las Vegas. The cost is $34.99.
Saturday, March 11, includes two headline events: at 12:45 ET, for $19.99, there’s Team Sauerland Boxing’s Culcay vs. Andrade Judgement Night PPV event for the WBA World Super Welterweight Championship from Ludwigshafen, Germany; and at 1 pm ET, for free, Absolute Combat Berkut’s (ACB) ACB 54 Supersonic will stream live from Manchester, England.
This Sunday, March 12, for $10.99, viewers can watch the Max Muay Thai PPV event from Pattaya, Thailand at 7 am ET (please note that daylight savings time starts Sunday).
For a complete listing of FITE TV’s event schedule and fees, visit www.FITE.tv/events.
FITE TV has several viewing options: online at fite.tv; via connected TVs; and on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast and other devices. To find the correct free, downloadable app for your device, visit fite.tv/how-to-watch.
To help simplify the viewing process, FITE TV provides this short video showing how the FITE app casts the stream from your mobile device to a smart TV:
FITE TV, which officially launched in January 2016, claims exclusive broadcasting agreements with Absolute Combat Berkut (ACB) and Team Sauerland Boxing, and showcases events from TNA Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor (ROH), World Series of Fighting, Golden Boy Promotions and other partners. In addition to live events, FITE TV also delivers over 5,000 hours of on-demand programming, interviews, documentaries, instructional videos and “unique interactive community features” that allow fans to interact with combat sports athletes and celebrities.
For more information, visit FITE.TV.
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